Sony PMW-320K 1/2″ XDCam Camcorder and Accessories- USED


Sony PMW-320K 1/2″ XDCam Camcorder comes with

  • XS16x5.8A-XB8 lens
  • Microphone
  • Viewfinder


Lightweight and affordable shoulder-mount camcorder
The powerful, affordable PMW-320 is equipped with the cutting-edge imaging technology of Exmor full-HD CMOS sensors and uses SxS memory cards as the recording media. Exceptionally low power consumption makes it environmentally friendly. The PMW-320 supports multiple frame rate recording such as 59.94i, 50i, and native 23.98P and 25P as well as being 1080i/720P switchable. There is also a choice of a 35Mb/s High Quality mode, 25Mb/s HDV 1080i compatible mode and 25Mb/s Standard Definition DVCAM recording.
Enhanced Workflow
Innovative solid state recording with SxS PRO ExpressCard memory cards.
Superior picture performance
1/2 inch Exmor CMOS sensors offer true 1080 x 1920 resolution.
Fujinon professional 1/2-inch HD lens
The adoption of three 1/2-inch imagers and standard 1/2-inch bayonet lens interface means the PMW-320K is compatible with a wide variety of broadcast standard optional lenses, as well as being supplied with a 16x (optical) zoom HD lens.
Environmentally friendly
The PMW-320 is designed to be environmentally friendly thanks to its low power consumption of just 15W (body only in recording time).
Superb ergonomics

Designed to be very compact and ergonomically well balanced, the main body weighs only 3.2 kg (7lb 1 oz) and is one of the lightest shoulder camcorders with three 1/2-inch full-HD imagers available.

Selectable format and bit rates
A choice of bit rate is offered – either 35 Mbps (HQ mode) or 25 Mbps (SP mode) – depending on the desired picture quality and recording time. The camcorder records 1920 x 1080 HD images using the MPEG-2 Long GOP codec, which conforms to the MPEG-2 MP@HL compression standard.
Multiple-format recording 1080/720 and interlace/progressive switchable operation
The camcorder offers a wide array of recording formats for multiple content-creation applications. The recording mode is switchable between 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, and 1440 x 1080 resolution. The scanning system is also selectable from interlace and progressive, such as 59.94i, 50i, 59.94p, and 50p.
Three Exmor Full-HD CMOS sensors
The PMW-320 is equipped with three Exmor CMOS sensors, which deliver superb picture performance with full-HD resolution. The PMW-320 has a 1/2-inch-type image sensor, which provides an excellent sensitivity of F10, a remarkable signal-to-noise ratio of 54dB and high horizontal resolution of 1,000 TV lines in HD-SDI, HQ 1080 mode. This high-performance sensor results in high-quality digital signals with extremely low noise. This significantly enhances shooting in low-light environments. Additionally, the large sensor can capture images with a shallower depth of field, giving users more freedom of creative expression.
Impressive body design
Designed to be very compact and ergonomically well balanced, the PMW-320 provides a high level of mobility and comfort in various shooting situations. The camcorder has a low centre of gravity, ensuring outstanding stability on the shoulder. The low-profile design provides a wide space between the main frame of the camera and the handle, and an unobstructed view to the right-hand side of the camera operator. The position of the shoulder pad can be adjusted to provide users with optimum weight balance even if the camera is docked with any type of lens or camera adaptor.
Low power consumption

For the PMW-320, power consumption is only 18 W* and can operate for approximately 310 minutes on a fully charged BP-GL95 battery pack.

* With supplied viewfinder, lens, and microphone while recording.

Lens package choice
The PMW-320K comes equipped with an HD lens with a standard bayonet interface. The lens is equipped with two independent focus wheel mechanisms, which can be switched between Auto Focus mode and Full Manual Focus mode by sliding the focus ring itself back and forth. The MF Assist function helps to precisely focus on the target subject when shooting in MF mode. In this mode, Auto Focus is momentarily activated when the user stops adjusting the focus ring.