Advanced PTZ Auto Framing camera with built-in AI analytics delivering flagship image quality. Offering high interoperability with other production systems.



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Dramatically improved imaging performance
Images captured over a 20x optical zoom range that covers everything from wide angles to close-ups are delivered as high-quality 4K 60p output. In addition, interoperability with existing systems has been improved by incorporating ITU709/709tone, S-Cinetone™, and S-Log3 support.

Built-in AI PTZ Auto Framing
Advanced AI analytics allow subjects to be accurately tracked with smooth, natural-looking framing, making it easier than ever to produce high quality content with less camera operators. Direct pan and tilt drive using newly developed motors results in exceptionally smooth camera operation. This advanced drive system is also remarkably quiet and is ideally suited to situations where silence is a requirement.

Seamless integration with Sony’s system cameras

The BRC-AM7 is the smallest and lightest camera of its type in the world*, making it easy to install just about anywhere. It is unobtrusive for the same reason, even in multi-camera setups. Additionally, the BRC-AM7 offers broad connectivity and system compatibility with for example S700PTP and free-d protocols.

*Equipped with a 1.0-type image sensor and compatible with 4K 60p as an integrated lens PTZ remote camera. As of April 2024 press announcement. Sony survey.

Dramatically improved imaging performance

An Exmor™ RS image sensor and BIONZ XR™ processing engine deliver outstanding 4K 60p quality
A 1.0-type Exmor™ RS image sensor with approximately 14.0 million effective pixels and the latest BIONZ XR image processing engine work in unison to achieve high resolution with low noise. Textures and materials are rendered with lifelike accuracy.

What’s more, 5K oversampling capability for 4K QFHD (3840 x 2160) recording with full pixel readout and no pixel binning oversamples approximately 1.7x the required amount of data, producing 4K 60p output with excellent resolution and detail.

BRC-AM7 offers high-resolution 4K HDR imaging, broad dynamic range, and a wide color gamut.

It is possible to record at up to 4K 120p*, allowing the production of impressively smooth 4K slow-motion imagery. Slow motion is a great way to add interest and variation to dynamic sports action.

* Recording only. Additional equipment required for output. Angle of view is reduced by approximately 23%. 4K 120p not available during transfer via PoE++.

New 24-480 mm* integrated lens design covers wide to telephoto
This newly developed built-in lens features a 20x optical zoom range. In addition, Sony’s advanced Clear Image Zoom offers 30x zoom (720 mm) in 4K and 40x zoom (940 mm) in Full HD. This offers extraordinary range that can easily capture a subject in various situations.

* 35mm full-frame equivalent.

Built-in Variable ND filter for automatic exposure adjustment
Sony’s original built-in electronic variable ND (neutral density) filter allows seamless variation from 1/4 to 1/128 ND, with an auto exposure mode automatically maintaining optimum exposure through lighting variations. Ideal exposure can be maintained when stage lighting changes, for example, without having to adjust iris, shutter, or gain. Also, optimum exposure can be achieved without affecting depth of field in the widest possible range of lighting situations.

Quick colour matching with other Sony's cameras
Color matching with Sony’s system cameras is simple with ITU709 and 709tone, as well as S-Cinetone and S-Log3 for Cinema Line cameras for seamless multi-camera operation.

Built-in AI PTZ Auto Framing
Highly accurate recognition technology
AI analytics uses detailed human pose, head, face, clothing, and other data to recognise human subjects with high precision. This can be used to automatically control pan, tilt, and zoom to follow an athlete at a sports event, for example. PTZ Auto Framing is smooth and natural-looking, making it possible to work with a smaller camera crew.

High-performance AF and PTZ Auto Framing combined for outstanding subject tracking
The latest Exmor™ RS image sensor and BIONZ XR image processing engine work in unison to achieve outstanding subject detection precision and speed for significantly improved tracking performance. The image sensor has focal plane phase-detection AF in the imaging area, easily focusing on fast-moving subjects with extraordinary speed and precision over a wide area.

PTZ Auto Framing works with this newly adopted AF system to dramatically improve overall AF tracking performance. A performer who is actively moving around on stage can be reliably followed while precise focus is maintained, for example. With this capability, a multi-camera system can be set up to follow individual performers without requiring a correspondingly large camera crew.

Versatile camera work and quiet operation
A direct drive system using newly developed motors allows smooth, detailed control of camera pan and tilt for high-quality visual presentation. These advanced motors work with precision optical encoders to allow pan and tilt speeds ranging from a very slow 0.004 degrees per second to a snappy 180 degrees per second. This broad speed range makes it possible to be used in a various applications.

While these new motors deliver high torque for responsive pan and tilt control, they are also remarkably quiet with a noise criterion rating below NC25*, and can be used without worrying about noise at broadcast studios, ceremonies, weddings, classical concerts, or other events where quiet operation is essential.

* Under Sony’s measurement conditions

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