With the Sony F65 and the SR-R1 recorder come a new set of workflow processes. At AbelCine, we are always trying to stay ahead of the curve, even as technologies such as these are evolving. Sony’s F65 and the SR-R1 both record to SRMemory cards, which are high-speed memory that enables recording of F65RAW video at up to 120 fps. To work with these cards, Sony has released the SR-PC4 and SRPC-5 transfer stations, which present a unique way of playing back and downloading content.
Like any new technology these devices can be a bit tricky to get started with, so I’ve put together these two videos to show how to work with SRMemory. The video above shows how to connect to the PC4 and its basic functions, and the video below shows how to mount drives to it for downloading.