Hello! I'm a director and shooter based out of Indiana. Please feel free to ask me any questions, I will try to get you an immediate response. I'm selling my Sony FS7. I purchased it as a B-Stock (a demonstration model) from B&H photo about a month ago. Perfect working condition, only has 22 hours. B&H and Adorama will tell you that anything under 100 hours for this camera is practically brand new. I'm only selling it because I honestly can't afford it right now. It's a beautiful camera. S-Log3 is gorgeous, and it shoots killer slow motion in full HD at up to 180 FPS. Photos of the camera on Flickr: http://flickr.com/photos/evanburke/sets/72157654732113992 Includes all the original accessories and the box. • Sony PXW-FS7 XDCAM Super 35 Camera System • Body Cap • Viewfinder • Eyepiece • Grip Remote Control • Wireless LAN USB Module (IFU-WLM3) for Sony VPL-E200 Series Projectors • Wireless Remote Commander • WA Adaptor Bracket • MPA-AC1 AC Adapter for EVI D100 CCD Camera • SOBCU1 Battery Charger • BP-U30 Lithium-Ion Battery • 2 x Power Cord • USB Cable Additional accessories: • I've got a 64gb 1333x Lexar XQD card that I'll throw in for $100 • And I've got a Yongnuo EF-E adapter to let me use my Canon glass that I'll throw in for $75. Tech Specs: • Super 35 Sized CMOS Sensor • Sony E-Mount • UHD Up to 60 FPS, HD Up to 180 FPS • XVAC-I, XVAC-L, MPEG-2 • XVAC-I Up to 600 Mb/s • Dual XQD Memory Card Slots • Dual HD/3G-SDI & HDMI Output The 4K Super35 EXMOR sensor with features 14 Stops of latitude and a wide color gamut. It offers a choice of XAVC or MPEG-2 codecs. The XAVC codec can be used for 4K and HD recording, while MPEG-2 ios limited to HD recording. XAVC comes in two flavors, XVAC INTRA, and XVAC Long, allowing you to encode from HD to UHD using Intra-Frame or Long GoP compression with 10-bit 422 for HD and the choice of 10-bit 422 or 8-bit 420 for UHD. XAVC intra compression is very efficient, recording at modest bit rates and XAVC Long also substantially extends the recording time while attaining very high quality and low noise. The PXW-FS7 is equipped with an E-Mount machined from solid Stainless Steel for stability and strength. It accepts optional E-Mount lenses from Sony, Zeiss and other manufacturers. The shallow flange distance allows you to mount most 35mm lens types such as PL, DSLR and legacy SLR lenses including Canon EF, Leica, and Nikon as well as many others with mechanical adapters. The camera body is made from magnesium, which is lighter and stronger than aluminum. This allows the camera body to weigh only four pounds. It's incorporates a shoulder pad and is designed to sit on the operator's shoulder or by extending the support arm of the SmartGrip to be held in front of the operator without requiring a support rig. The camera includes an ergonomic handgrip that Sony calls a SmartGrip, which features Zoom, Start/Stop and Assign controls. The SmartGrip facilitates camera operation with the right hand, leaving the left hand free to operate the lens. Both the arm and handgrip can be positioned at different angles permitting great flexibility. FS7 records internally in 4K up to 60fps in UHD 3840x2160 and in HD up to 180fps using XAVC-I or up to 120fps with XAVC-L. Recording Apple ProRes to the internal XQD slots requires an optional EXCA-FS7 extension box and future upgrade. The camera features two XQD media slots that support simultaneous or relay recording. The camera also has an SD card slot that is only used for saving configuration data, and cannot be used to record video.