After Samsung, the answer was also delayed by Sony, and the new televisions were showcased at the CES Fair. The Sony Z9G comes in two different screen sizes: 98 and 85 inches. The difference is that it supports 8K resolution. Sony, 8K X-Reality Pro technology, thanks to the Sony 8K television low-resolution broadcasts will also have high resolution support. In addition to the superior image quality, the television offers a total of four loudspeakers, two of which are at the top and two at the bottom. Sony, 8K, except 77, 65 and 55 inch new OLED TVs offered to the users. The televisions introduced under the Master A9G series come with 4K support. Sony is still relying on Android TV to empower all its smart features with Google Now volume control and connecting to smart speakers. The re-used TVs also appeal to users who cannot afford 8K television. Sony says the 4K LCD models X9500G and X8500G will be available this year.
Familiar with how this experience can be interesting, those who shoot full-frame video with DSLRs, digital lens interchangeable machines.
Thanks to their wide range of sensors, the DSLR category of devices can be more attractive due to their performance in dimly lit environments or close to perfect in light.
However, professional users have to keep up with 35mm or less. Even in the top segment 8K camera, this does not change.
Japan-based Sony seems to be willing to reverse this situation. The new CineAlta camera with 36X24mm size sensor is planning to overcome the problem because CineAlta will get the title of the device which is the only full frame sensor among high-end cinema cameras.
What is the price of SONY CAMERA?
Sony has not yet released all the features of the camera, but expects some features as well as image quality. For example, a camera with no name yet can record 4: 3, 17: 9 and raw 4K images at other ratios. This is called the “independent frame rate”.
The camera expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2018 is likely to be more expensive than other top quality cameras. It will not be a surprise that the Japanese manufacturer, who placed the $ 65,000 tag for the F65 product, set a much higher price for CineAlta. Very high for personal use, but a price that professional movie studios can take away.