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Sony Camcorders with GPS

Dennis Hissink
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Friday 9th, January 2009
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

As a leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is introducing four hard disk drive Handycam camcorders with high-performance optics, large storage capacity and advanced technologies. The Sony HDR-XR520V, HDR-XR500V, HDR-XR200V and HDR-XR100 camcorder models preserve content in high resolution with 1920x1080 high-definition video recording and up to 12-megapixel still image capture. The flagship model includes a 240GB hard drive that holds up to 101 hours of HD video (LP mode), embedded GPS, a back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, and improved optical image stabilization.

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Sony GPS Camcorders

Sony Webbie HD cameras

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 9th, January 2009

Social networking is all the rage with Sony’s new stylish cameras that make it easy to capture and upload MP4 video and still photos directly to the Web. The Sony MHS-CM1 and MHS-PM1 Webbie HD cameras capture daily events in high definition video (1440x1080/30p) and 5 megapixel still photos. Embedded software makes it possible to quickly upload content online in a few simple clicks. Two portable designs in three stylish colors - eggplant, orange and silver - reflect your personal style while capturing every wish-you-were-here moment.

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Sony HC9

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of a new HDV camcorder model. The new HDR-HC9 camcorder is based on the HDV format for recording 1440 x 1080 HD video to standard mini DV tape and offers compatibility with a wide range of video editing suites. It features Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* optics, a 3.2-megapixel ClearVid CMOS sensor, and 6.1-megapixel photo capture. The Sony HC9 model offers extensive manual controls to meet the demands of advanced videographers, including “focus to infinity;” spot meter and focus to change exposure and focus at the same point at the same time; center mark to use as a guide frame in the LCD screen or viewfinder.

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Sony SR12

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Wednesday 9th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of a new HD camcorder model. The Sony HDR-SR12 hard drive camcorder is based on AVCHD technology and feature full 1920 x 1080 high-definition recording for outstanding clarity and detail. The Sony SR12 camcorder delivers the highest HD resolution available without sacrificing recording times. The Sony HDR-SR12 features a new high-profile encoding system to optimize encoding efficiency. And, because the Sony HDR SR12 is based on the industry-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec, the camcorder enters the market compatible with many third-party editing suites.

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Sony SR11

Posted by: Mark Peters Wednesday 9th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of a new HD camcorder model. The Sony HDR-SR11 hard drive camcorder is based on AVCHD technology and feature full 1920 x 1080 high-definition recording for outstanding clarity and detail. The Sony SR11 camcorder delivers the highest HD resolution available without sacrificing recording times. The Sony HDR-SR11 features a new high-profile encoding system to optimize encoding efficiency. And, because the Sony HDR SR11 is based on the industry-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec, the camcorder enters the market compatible with many third-party editing suites.

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Sony SR10

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Wednesday 9th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of a new HD camcorder model. The Sony HDR-SR10 hard drive camcorder is based on AVCHD technology and feature full 1920 x 1080 high-definition recording for outstanding clarity and detail. The Sony SR10 camcorder delivers the highest HD resolution available without sacrificing recording times. The Sony HDR-SR10 features a new high-profile encoding system to optimize encoding efficiency. And, because the Sony HDR SR10 is based on the industry-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec, the camcorder enters the market compatible with many third-party editing suites.

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Sony high definition camcorders

Posted by: Mark Peters Monday 7th, January 2008

As the leader in the high-definition camcorder category, Sony is further expanding the industry with the introduction of six new HD models. The HDR-SR12, HDR-SR11 and HDR-SR10 hard drive camcorders, along with the HDR-UX20 and HDR-UX10 DVD models, are all based on AVCHD technology and feature full 1920 x 1080 high-definition recording for outstanding clarity and detail. They deliver the highest HD resolution available without sacrificing recording times. All of them feature a new high-profile encoding system to optimize encoding efficiency. And, because they are based on the industry-standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec, they are entering the market compatible with many third-party editing suites.

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