SONY

PXW-FS7M2

LA-EA5

  • The lens is dedicated for manual focus.
  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The diaphragm is opened and fixed when the aperture setting of the lens is A position while recording a movie.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA4

  • The lens is dedicated for manual focus.
  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The diaphragm is opened and fixed when the aperture setting of the lens is A position while recording a movie.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA3

  • The lens is dedicated for manual focus.
  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The diaphragm is opened and fixed when the aperture setting of the lens is A position while recording a movie.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA2

  • The lens is dedicated for manual focus.
  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The diaphragm is opened and fixed when the aperture setting of the lens is A position while recording a movie.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA1

  • The lens is dedicated for manual focus.
  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The diaphragm is opened and fixed when the aperture setting of the lens is A position while recording a movie.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.