SONY

PXW-FS7

LA-EA5

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The focus area cannot be selected arbitrarily.
  • Autofocus function (AF-S (single AF) can be used. (orig : Autofocus function (AF-S (single AF)) can be used. * With an A-mount lens attached, the autofocus speed will be slower than when an E-mount lens is attached. (It takes approximately 2 to 7 seconds (based on Sony's measurement standard). It may vary depending on the subjects or brightness of the shooting environments.) * Autofocus does not work while recording movies.)
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Auto iris adjustment is not available in movie mode.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA4

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The focus area cannot be selected arbitrarily.
  • If you use AF (Autofocus), the aperture will be fixed to F3.5, or the largest aperture if the lens' largest aperture is smaller than F3.5, during the movie recording. If you use MF (Manual focus), the aperture can be selected before recording when recording movies in the A (Aperture priority) mode.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Auto iris adjustment is not available in movie mode.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA3

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The focus area cannot be selected arbitrarily.
  • Autofocus function (AF-S (single AF) can be used. (orig : Autofocus function (AF-S (single AF)) can be used. * With an A-mount lens attached, the autofocus speed will be slower than when an E-mount lens is attached. (It takes approximately 2 to 7 seconds (based on Sony's measurement standard). It may vary depending on the subjects or brightness of the shooting environments.) * Autofocus does not work while recording movies.)
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Auto iris adjustment is not available in movie mode.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA2

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The focus area cannot be selected arbitrarily.
  • If you use AF (Autofocus), the aperture will be fixed to F3.5, or the largest aperture if the lens' largest aperture is smaller than F3.5, during the movie recording. If you use MF (Manual focus), the aperture can be selected before recording when recording movies in the A (Aperture priority) mode.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Auto iris adjustment is not available in movie mode.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.

LA-EA1

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • The SteadyShot is not supported.
  • The focus area cannot be selected arbitrarily.
  • The operating noise of the lens, such as during zooming and focusing, may be recorded during movie recording.
  • Autofocus operates in photo mode after the firmware of the Mount Adaptor (LA-EA1) is upgraded to Ver. 0.2 or later. Autofocus is slower when the A-mount Lens is mounted than when using the E-mount Lens. (Approximately 2 to 7 seconds (based on Sony measurement standard). Varies depending on the subject and lighting when shooting.)
  • Auto iris adjustment is not available in movie mode.
  • Changing the iris during recording may create operating noise or make the screen brighter during operation.