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Updated: Sep 1, 2023

La cámara de cine más pequeña del mercado

The Sony FX3 is the smallest member of the Sony Cinema Line saga where the top is the Sony Venice, a high-end cinema camera, followed by the Sony FX9 that comes to replace the acclaimed FS7. The Sony FX6 is one of the most popular in the family especially for television production including ENG.

With similar characteristics and with the same sensor as the FX6 is the FX3 with which it also shares the type of media: SD cards and CFexpress type A. Both equipped with a double ambivalent bay. Of course, for the most powerful codecs it is necessary to use CFexpress cards, as well as high-speed recording.

In the high-resolution digital film and video camera rental environment, the Sony FX3 is one of the most requested models for several reasons: Its size which facilitates its portability and assembly in difficult environments. Secondly, its full frame sensor makes it very bright and thirdly, its full compatibility with the Cinema Line family. But there is one feature that makes it the favorite of many filmmakers and videographers that it shares with the other members of the family, except the Venice, which is AFC or continuous autofocus. Sophisticated tracking features keep your subject in focus so you can focus on composition. Enjoy precise focusing with Eye AF and tracking functions thanks to the AI-based subject recognition algorithm. The FX3 includes 7 AF Transition Speed ​​settings to provide easy selective focusing and 5 AF Subject Shift Sensitivity settings to easily customize AF behavior with your subject locked on. You can also select the subject you want to focus on just by touching the LCD monitor.

A handle with an XLR adapter and two full-size XLR terminals can be connected to the camera's Multi Interface (MI) shoe for stable use and operation in difficult shooting situations, such as shooting at low altitudes.

Thanks to its compact and lightweight design, the FX3 offers great mobility. The attached handle and holes for mounting accessories without a frame allow for quick and fluid handling. The main body and covers are constructed from lightweight magnesium alloy to improve performance and durability in demanding environments.

An ideal camera for a film and television production services company and rental of high-quality equipment.

The smallest film camera on the market, Sony FX3

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Updated: Jul 5, 2023

Filming Locations in Andalusia

We all agree that Andalusia is a filming location. Literally. The eight Andalusian provinces have been setting for some of the best films and series, both national and foreign, for over a hundred years. Surely more than once you have thought: ‘In which film have I seen this?’ With this list we want to show you all those places where your favorite actors have been. Prepare the popcorn and discover the scenes of series and films in Andalusia. Filming Locations in Andalusia


The coasts of Huelva appear in some scenes of the film | Shutterstock

The scenic quality of Huelva has attracted all kinds of directors and producers who have shot series and movies in Andalusia.

The Neverending Story. Through the lands of Huelva walked the little Bastian to save, through the pages of a book, a mysterious world.


Having such a rich historical and cultural heritage has led this magical province to become the radiant setting for several international productions. Here are some of them:

Mission: Impossible 2. Sevillians can boast that Tom Cruise has set foot on their land twice during two of its shootings. The successful actor was seen riding through the streets of the city on a motorcycle at full speed and also running the Sanfermines running of the bulls, with the La Maestranza bullring behind him.

Game of Thrones. The acclaimed HBO series decided to set the Kingdom of Dorne during its fifth season in the Alcazar of Seville. In addition, many other scenes were filmed in Osuna.

Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens. Many fans of the saga are unaware of the importance of the capital of Seville. The best known relationship between the city and these films is that the Plaza de España in Seville became Naboo during Episode II of the saga.


Guadix, Granada | Shutterstock

This province is the perfect place for all those directors looking for a bohemian essence for their productions, as well as one of the most beautiful destinations for filming locations in Andalusia:

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: one of the most important scenes of Harrison Ford’s movie was shot in the train station of Guadix.


Kingdom of Heaven

The charm of this city and its Arab attraction are two incentives to shoot period films in this province.

Kingdom of Heaven: although the setting initially thought for this film was the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, finally the film crew had to move to Palma del Rio.


Die Another Day

Undoubtedly, the beaches of Cadiz have a great capacity to attract directors and producers. That is why it is part of our film sets in Andalusia.

Die another day. No one can get out of their memories the image of Halle Berry coming out of the water in a mythical scene that simulates Havana. In reality, this sequence was filmed on the beach of La Caleta, next to James Bond, played by Pierce Brosnan.


Never Say Never Again

This province stands out for being the land of western movies. However, the productions that have recently been made in this area do not have much to do with this genre. Even so, the desert and arid landscapes are still very much appreciated by directors. For all these reasons, it is included in our list of filming locations in Andalusia.

The most successful productions filmed in this province are Never Say Never Again, Lawrence of Arabia and Cleopatra.

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  • Writer's pictureCINEMAX

Andalucía Film Commission is a nonprofit institution that aims to promote Andalusia as a place of shooting and supports companies and professionals of the audiovisual industry in the logistics of their productions. Since its inception in 1998, Andalucía Film Commission reports on possible locations in Andalusia and coordinates the audiovisual industry and production companies with the government, performing a work aimed at attracting tourism and therefore creating a beneficial economic impact in the Andalusian region. It also has signed agreements with public and private institutions from different provinces of Andalusia to create the Film Cities Network, providing the best coverage of audiovisual production needs throughout Andalusia.

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