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The Sony HXR-IFR5 Interface Unit interconnects the Sony FS700 camera to the AXS-R5 RAW recorder. It enables the camera's 2K and 4K RAW files to take advantage of the RAW workflow of Sony PMW-F55 and F5 CineAlta cameras. The RAW files created by the FS700 (FS700RAW files) are sent to the HXR-IFR5 interface unit which docks to the AXS-R5 RAW recorder. After recording, the FS700RAW files can be screened and converted using the free RAW viewer software from Sony.
Docks to the AXS-R5 Access Memory System recorder
Receives the uncompressed bitstream carrying RAW sensor data, metadata, timecode, and start stop commands from the NEX-FS700U/K Camera via 3G-SDI
Controls 4K/2K RAW recording and playback
Coordinates simultaneous recording for seamless on-line/off-line capture; you can simultaneously record 4K on the AXS-R5 while recording HD on the FS700 camera, both with identical; start frame, stop frame, and time code
Built-in LCD panel displays status indication including record mode, frame rate, timecode, and battery & media remaining time
Large, tactile control buttons for basic operation, menu, and media management provide a simple user interface for configuring and controlling the AXS-R5 recorder
When attached to the HXR-IFR5 interface unit, the AXS-R5 RAW recorder can act as a stand-alone playback unit for confidence monitoring and review through the on-board HD SDI 422 output. This system supports recordings made by the FS700 camera and the PMW-F5/55 digital cameras
Automatically salvages card data in case of abrupt power interruption
Uses a comprehensive file naming convention including cameras ID, reel number, shot number, date, and a two-character, user-generated ID