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Sony Introduces the FDR-AX43 UHD 4K Handycam Camcorder

Sony Introduces the FDR-AX43 UHD 4K Handycam Camcorder

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So, you want to upgrade to a higher-resolution camera to shoot video on the move, track a walker or a jogger, or record a vlog in multiple locations, but dragging a tripod, handheld rig, or gimbal stabilizer is too heavy, bulky, or you need to be stealthy, and bulky pro camcorders are out of reach.

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So, you want to upgrade to a higher-resolution camera to shoot video on the move, track a walker or a jogger, or record a vlog in multiple locations, but dragging a tripod, handheld rig, or gimbal stabilizer is too heavy, bulky, or you need to be stealthy, and bulky pro camcorders are out of reach. Good news: Sony has just announced the new FDR-AX43 UHD 4K Handycam that incorporates a gimbal stabilizer right into the body of the camera, while providing high-quality UHD 4K video recording to fulfill your busy production needs. With its compact size, any Handycam user can appreciate its easy handling and simple interface, but professionals can also appreciate the high resolution and bitrate, the 30x 4K zoom, the quality Zeiss lens, and the ability to record rock-steady tracking shots.

Sony FDR-AX43 UHD 4K Handycam Camcorder
Sony FDR-AX43 UHD 4K Handycam Camcorder
Just like its predecessor, the FDR-AX53, the AX43 features the "BOSS" system (Balanced Optical SteadyShot) in addition to a new built-in gimbal stabilizer to create even more silky-smooth motion shots. It maintains the same wide 26.8mm f/2.0 Zeiss lens with a 20x zoom, flare-protection coatings, and deep contrast that maintain the famous "Zeiss look." The enhanced 30x 4K zoom and 40x HD zoom feature gives you even more framing options when you're far from your subject. And there's no need to worry about focusing when on the move, the intelligent autofocus feature allows you to track your subjects without constantly having to adjust focus.

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