The Sony PXW-Z90t 4K HDR XDCAM camcorder offers phase-detection autofocus (AF) and HDR capabilities in a compact, palm-style body. Suitable for corporate events, broadcast news, and television production, the PXW-Z90T camcorder features a stacked 1″ Exmor RS CMOS sensor with UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution, a 12x Zeiss optical zoom, an OLED viewfinder, and 3.5″ touchscreen LCD monitor.S-Log3/S-Gamut3 functions offer users additional image control. Additional features include built-in 2.4/5 GHz for multiple streaming via RTMP/RTMPS protocols and FTP options.
In movie recording mode, use the appearance of phase-detection AF frames to monitor your subject’s focus.
Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) enables you to future-proof your output by smoothly integrating,your 4K recordings into an HDR workflow without the need for color grading during post-production. Capture images with high-quality contrast and resolution using the PXW-Z90T’s 12x optical Zeiss zoom, and 18x 4K digital zoom (24x in HD). An integrated ND filter function enables greater exposure and depth-of-field control.
The PXW-Z90T camera supports Sony’s Slow and Quick Motion for shooting HD video at variable frame rates, including 120 fps. Recording to a variety of formats, frame rates, and codecs, the camcorder supports 100 Mb/s XAVC Long recording of 4K UHD video at up to 29.97p, and 50 Mb/s capture of HD up to 59.94p. Footage is recorded to two SD memory card slots, either simultaneously to both cards or in relay mode to create a backup. The PXW-Z90T’s 3G-SDI output offers integration with professional studio environments.
The PXW-Z90T provides external microphone support via two 3-pin XLR audio inputs (line, mic, mic +48V phantom) and a 3.5mm mini input. You can also use the PXW-Z90T’s built-in microphone to record audio when shooting. For multicamera productions, the PXW-Z90T integrates seamlessly with Sony’s MCX-500 live switcher (available separately).
The camera supports RTMP/RTMPS live streaming protocols. This is included with the camera and as a free upgrade if your camera does not have this functionality. You can stream directly from the camera using Wi-Fi or via Ethernet with optional converters such as the Sony VMC-UAM2 or CBK-NA1. No computer is required for streaming.
The camera is compatible with Sony’s XDCAM air. So you can upload proxy footage to the cloud, and editors can start working with your footage remotely. You can even control the camera from your smartphone or tablet using Sony’s free Content Browser Mobile app.
Zeiss T* Lens with 12x Optical Zoom
The PXW-Z90T’s fixed 12x optical wide-angle zoom with 18x Clear Image Zoom technology in UHD 4K (24x in HD).
Frame Rate Flexibility
Record up to UHD 4K video (3840 x 2160p) at 29.97, 25, and 23.98 fps, in XAVC Long in a choice of 100 Mb/s or 60 Mb/s, or HD at frame rates up to 59.94p.
Slow & Quick Recording
Uses Sony’s Slow & Quick Motion for recording 1080p/i60 HD video at 1, 2, 4, 8, 15, 30, 60, and 120 fps.
Record in XAVC Long (UHD 4K), MPEG-4 HD at 4:2:0, XAVC Long (HD) 4:2:2, HD 2.0, or XVAC Proxy at 4:2:0, at a variety of data rates (license key required for some codecs).
Built-In ND Filters
The PXW-Z90T incorporates an ND filter function with Clear, 1/4ND, 1/16ND, and 1/64ND for optimal exposure and depth-of-field control.
1″ Exmor RS CMOS Sensor
1.0″-type Exmor RS CMOS sensor with approximately 14.2 million effective pixels provides optimal image quality.
Fast Hybrid Autofocus
Offers highly accurate focusing and tracking, especially useful when shooting sharp UHD 4K footage.
Super Slow Motion
Offers slow-motion recording up to 960 fps.
The PXW-Z90T is equipped with two memory card slots—one for SDHC/SDXC cards only. And one compatible with both SDHC/SDXC and Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark 2) / Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo cards.
Use the PXW-Z90T camcorder’s built-in Wi-Fi capability to send FTP files directly from the camcorder or live stream over Wi-Fi. NFC compatibility allows you to connect compatible devices with one touch.
3G-SDI output integrates with professional studio environments.
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