For decades, Sony has always pushed the boundaries in the world of filmmaking, staying at the forefront of cutting edge cinematic technology.
In 2000, Sony introduced Hollywood to the HDW-F900 - the world's first digital cinema camera. The F900 was used to make blockbuster movies such as Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones in 100% digital cinematography. Sony’s class-leading VENICE has been used to capture hundreds of theatrical, broadcast, cable and streaming releases. Find out more about why it’s the go-to cinema camera of the world’s top DOPs here
We combine our film industry DNA and superior digital imaging prowess to create powerful creative tools - such as the Pro Cinema Line and Alpha Series cameras - to capture emotion and unleash the true power of visual storytelling.
Join Sony, together with our Dreammakers - a bona fide collective of Sony filmmakers and cinematographers - as you go on a journey of endless discovery and mastery of your film craft.