Sony FX3 now open for pre-orders!

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The Sony FX3 was recently announced, featuring a 10.2MP full frame sensor and the ability to shoot UHD 4K video up to 120fps. However, this full frame cinema camera is now available for pre-order at a variety of stores, including B&H in the US and Wex Photo Video in the UK. Check out the full selection of retailers below to pre-order your Sony FX3 – which will begin shipping in early March.

Sony FX3 pre-orders now open

Sony FX3 open for pre-orders in US

Sony FX3 | $3,898 | at B&H

Sony FX3 | $3,898 | at B&H
With a 10.2MP full frame CMOS Exmor R sensor, a compact form for cage-free operation and the ability to shoot UHD 4K up to 120fps and 1080p up to 240fps, the Sony FX3 is a fantastic cinema camera to invest in.

Sony FX3 | $3,898 | at Adorama

Sony FX3 | $3,898 | at Adorama
The Sony FX3 offers the quality of a full frame cinema camera in a compact body – perfect for run-and-gun videography. Plus, it's even capable of 10-bit 4:2:2 XAVC S-I, 16-bit Raw output. 

Sony FX3 open for pre-orders in UK

Sony FX3 | £4,199 | at Park CamerasPromotion!

Sony FX3 | £4,199 | at Park Cameras
Promotion! When you buy the Sony FX3 at Park Cameras, you can save 50% on four different microphones and save £300 on selected Sony lenses as well. 


Sony FX3 | £4,199 | at Wex Photo Video
When you buy the Sony FX3 at Wex Photo Video, you can also pick up the Sony FE 85mm f/1.4 G Master lens for a £300 discount, making this high quality lens just £1,229.

Designed for solo film makers and vloggers, the full frame Sony FX3 has a 4K Exmor R sensor, making it perfect for capturing high quality footage when on-the-go. Smaller than other cameras in the series, such as the FX6 or the FX9, the FX3 is the perfect tool for handheld, gimbal and drone shooting.

Featuring powerful 5-axis In-Body Image Stabilization, the Sony FX3 also has an advanced internal cooling system that's designed to enable you to significantly extend your shooting time. 

The Sony FX3 is capable of recording 4K full frame video at up to 120p with minimal rolling shutter – plus its Exmor R CMOS sensor and upgraded Bionz XR processor gives it great low-light capabilities and 15+ stops of dynamic range. 

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