Sony's new action camera the FDR-x3000 has been making waves in the professional film making industry for very good reasons.
The BOSS system (Balanced Optical SteadyShot) is an optical stabilizer that allows the user to shoot in stabilized 4K resolution. This system is unique in the "action camera" industry. Moreover, the low light performance is the best we have seen in any action cams. Also, the FDR-X3000 offers a 100 megabit rate in 4K/30FPS. The higher the bit rate, the more information is captured in each frame. This in turn allows for very crisp videos as well as being able to pull out details out of each frame in post production. In our opinion, the FDR-x3000 is the new leader in image quality for action cam.
If you are a professional user and do not have a camera yet, we would strongly recommend taking a look at this new camera. There are plenty of reviewers on YouTube who will offer their honest opinions ( Iphonedo is one of our favorites...)
Suffice to say, we wanted to create a housing that would be the toughest one we've ever made.
This is THE camera housing for extreme depth and extreme filming conditions. From filming underwater to depth of 9000ft (1.7 mile, 2750m ) or filming explosions, rocket launches, building demolitions, etc, Abysso is made to be at the heart of the action, regardless of how brutal the environment is.
Abysso Specs are:
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I started GroupBinc.com as a result of people asking about how I shot my videos on my youtube channel (Frank Abyss).
About 2 years ago, I tried to lower my POV cameras into water with a fishing rod/reel or a rope and quickly discovered that the camera would spin. So I set out to design a stabilizing system that would make the camera track straight underwater, taking a predictable path. I went through a dozen of designs, modifying this and that, and tested several materials. What you see here is the culmination of this extensive testing.
The second item is a specialized underwater housing for GoPro type cameras. I wanted to go far beyond the limited depth of the original OEM case (only 200ft). Once again, I tested several designs and materials and finally arrived at this current version.
We have more patent-pending products on the way, so stay tuned!