Features and technical details
<b> HXR-NX100 Combines High Sensitivity, Enhanced Resolution and Accurate Color Reproduction; Ideal for Web Content Creation, Student Filmmaking, Documentary and Event Video Production </b> Sony's HXR-NX100 expands its line of professional compact camcorders that deliver the benefits of a 1.0" type sensor. The new model delivers high resolution, superb low-light performance, and accurate color reproduction, and its ease of use and diverse features fit a range of professional applications, from web content creation and student filmmaking to corporate, documentary and event production. The new camcorder joins Sony' PXW-x70 in a growing line of professional compact models with a 1.0" type sensor. The HXRNX100 features a 1.0" type Exmor R back illuminated CMOS sensor with 20 megapixels. The sensor, which is approximately the same size as a Super 16mm film frame, delivers high resolution, low noise, and stunning picture quality even in low light conditions. It also enables the greater depth of field control required in demanding shooting requirements. High picture quality is further ensured by a fixed Sony G lens, offering 12x optical zoom from a 29mm angle of view at wide end that can be increased to 24x with Clear Image Zoom, while retaining full resolution using Sony's By Pixel Super Resolution Technology. Zoom performance can double by up to 48x at any point using a Digital Extender. These features are complemented by a built-in 4-step ND filter to control exposure in bright scenes. Sony HXR-NX100 professional camcorder The HXR-NX100 has an ergonomic, lightweight design. Three independent manual lens rings give easy access to zoom, focus and iris functions. The camcorder's connectivity options include HDMI, Multi/Micro USB, XLR terminals, REMOTE, Composite (BNC) and Multi Interface (MI) Shoe for use with a wide range of accessories without the need for cables, such as Sony's HVLLBPC Video Light and the UWP-D wireless microphone series. The HXR-NX100 records in AVCHD, DV and XAVC S 50Mbps, giving shooters greater production flexibility. The HXR-NX100 records to SD memory cards, and has dual media slots to record onto two memory cards either simultaneously or via a relay mode, where recording automatically switches when the first card is full.