Sony PXW-FS7


Sony's PXW-FS7 brings 4K to the native shoulder mounted cameras. For doc filmmakers and reality tv shooters, this is long overdue and very welcome. The Super 35 Sensor provides a beautiful cinematic quality and the stainless steel E mount ensures maximum compatibility with a variety of lenses via adaptors.

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The black RS-FS7XL Compact Rain Slicker from Porta Brace is a custom fit cover for the Sony PXW-FS7. It is constructed of triple-layer tricot-finished nylon and encases the body of the camera to repel water at the case surface. There are hook and loop sealed flaps, clear vinyl windows, and zippered openings to provide maximum protection while still allowing for quick access and ease of operation. A black fabric hood shrouds the camera's fold-out video screen to enable viewing the LCD monitor on sunny days. The Compact Rain Slicker features an extended back-end to accommodate the XDCA-FS7.

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $7,999.00
SKU: RS-FS7XL
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Documentaries, Reality TV, Corporate, Commercials, Event Videography

$10.00

per day

$30.00

per week

$10.00

per weekend


The black RS-FS7XL Compact Rain Slicker from Porta Brace is a custom fit cover for the Sony PXW-FS7. It is constructed of triple-layer tricot-finished nylon and encases the body of the camera to repel water at the case surface. There are hook and loop sealed flaps, clear vinyl windows, and zippered openings to provide maximum protection while still allowing for quick access and ease of operation. A black fabric hood shrouds the camera's fold-out video screen to enable viewing the LCD monitor on sunny days. The Compact Rain Slicker features an extended back-end to accommodate the XDCA-FS7.

Condition: Like New
Replacement value: $7,999.00
SKU: RS-FS7XL
Use this for: TV Shows, Films, Documentaries, Reality TV, Corporate, Commercials, Event Videography

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Siniša Kukić is a cinematographer, car enthusiast, and craftsman. His photographic work is defined by the landscape of his childhood home, the former Yugoslavia, and later the urban landscape of Chicago. As an experimental filmmaker his film Pump, screened on KQED's Truly CA series and is rated the sixth greatest super 8 film of all time by Super8.org. Recently his cinematography has aired on BET's Lens on Talent (Palm Trees Down 3rd. St.) and also won best short documentary at SXSW (Mothersbane). You can find him in Brooklyn under the hood of a 1979 BMW 5 Series. Read more »