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|Sensor||3 x 1/3" Exmor R CMOS sensors|
|Lens||25x optical zoom lens|
|Recording Media||Dual SD card slots|
|Codecs||XAVC Intra/Long GOP DVCAM|
The Z190 also supports HLG recording. HLG, or Hybrid Log Gamma, is the only backward-compatible HDR standard. Other HDR types look strange when displayed on a non-HDR monitor. HLG images look normal on SDR screens and even better on HDR ones.
What a difference eight years makes in camcorder technology! I bought the Z190 as a replacement for my trusty NX5U and I'm loving it.Even though this camera is UHD with 3 densely packed 1/3" sensors, the low light capability is much better than my old camera.
I shoot indoor sports under fluorescent lighting. This cameras auto WB and auto focus produced grainy poorly balanced images consistently. I have a Panasonic HC-X1 which performs much better on these functions. I thought for the premium price Id be getting some marked improvement. Alas I found none.
I bought this to replace the Sony PXW-Z150 that I had just purchased in February this year...What a difference this Z190 is...the 25 times zoom, the low-light capability, the advance face-detection are all welcomed improvements.
My Z190 was EXTREMELY soft wide open and did not get sharp until f.4 and higher. I also a lot of weird optical ghosting and strong purple fringing on the long end past about 400mm or so. This camera also relies HEAVILY on huge amounts of noise reduction to clean its image.
I love this camera, its general performance and feel. My problem with it, and the reason Im selling it, is that it does not function well in the darker, colorful stage performance environments in which I shoot.
I am now on my replacement Z190 because of an issue with sound of the Zoom Motor/Servo being picked up on the Mic. Sony denying there has been no problems with this issue, but I have 2 friends who have recently purchased this camera and have the same problem?
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I originally purchased the Z190 as a B-Cam to my Sony A7sii. Since I used Sony camcorders in the past, I thought it would be a great idea to purchase one myself.To start off, when I purchased this camcorder, I already had multiple issues.1. Soft images were produced at f/3.2 or lower f-number2.
So far, I have 4 different model of Sony cameras Sony Z5U, Sony Z150,SonyHXR-NX100 and this one, this is worth model which costed 4K+ and wasted my money on this. Very bad color (always get very dull and saturated color) . I love Z150 and Nx100 quality/Videos.
Im a hobbyist but I like using pro-level tools with my hobbies. Prior to purchasing this camera, I did some research, and aside from the reviews on here, and a handful of YouTube videos, I did not find anything.