Make your adrenaline-thumping moments last a lifetime. Film them with the Sony FDR-X3000 4K Action Cam. With 4K definition, this Sony action camera relive the rush you felt all over again in HD.
Check out the four ways how the Sony FDR-X3000 4K ups the ante of your filming game. Discover the key features that will help you highlight the best moments of your life yet.
Stable 4K recording
The Sony Action Cam combines 4K imaging and Balanced Optical SteadyShot with advanced camera-shake compensation. This advanced stabilization system makes it easier to shoot beautifully clear images while traveling, bike riding, and in other exciting activities. With this feature, you can shoot in 4K using the FDR-X3000 even in the most difficult situations.
BIONZ X for more details, texture
Sony’s image processing engine authentically reproduces textures and details, as seen by the naked eye, via extra high-speed processing. Together with front-end LSI (large scale integration) that accelerates processing, the BIONZ X gives you more natural details, more realistic images, richer tonal gradations, and lower noise whether you’re shooting photos or movies.
Sharp, ultra-wide ZEISS Tessar lens
Capture impressive wide-angle views with the ZEISS Tessar lens or choose standard but striking views. Either way, you’ll always be capturing beautiful shots of the most challenging underwater activities and mountain trails.
Effortlessly control your action cam even from a distance with the Live-View remote control. The 1.5-inch LCD screen allows you to watch your footages conveniently with its waterproof wristwatch design and easy to use buttons.
The Sony FDR-X3000 4K Action Cam is is available at all Sony Centres and Sony authorized dealers for P27,999. Watch the video below for more details about Son’y 4K action camera.
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Posted by Sony Philippines on Thursday, 3 January 2019