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Sony USA unveils DSR-PD170 DVCAM camcorder

Mark Peters : 2003-11-13 00:04:24
Sony has introduced the DSR-PD170 compact camcorder to its DVCAM line of professional video equipment, the fastest-growing professional video format with more than 400,000 units sold worldwide. The new DSR-PD170 builds on the legacy of its predecessor model, the DSR-PD150, the overwhelming choice of video professionals in applications ranging from corporate and educational production to ENG/EFP, television and independent cinema production. "The DSR-PD170 distinguishes itself with the addition of several performance and ergonomic enhancements, many of which are the direct result of customer feedback," said Robert Ott, vice president of professional audio and video products for Sony Electronics' Broadcast and Production Systems Division.


Sony replaces DCR-VX2000 with DCR-VX2100 camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-10 16:03:37
Back in September we informed you about an update of the successful DCR-VX2000 camera. During the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam (11-16 Sept.) Sony mentioned some details regarding this upgrade, but we now have the full details for you. The new 3-CCD DV Camcorder DCR-VX2100 will get more enhancements then its predecessor, but will remain at the same price. In other words, getting more camera but without having to pay for the extras. For a long time the DCR-VX2000 was most popular among video journalist, news gatherers and videographers worldwide. But also in this area developments and innovations are always continuing and after three strong years Sony decided to develop an advanced model of the DCR-VX2000 camera.


Sony Updates DCR-VX2000 Camcorder to DCR-VX2100

Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-13 16:11:14
In conjunction with other major announcements at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) on September 11-16 in Amsterdam, Sony Europe has released details of the DCR-VX2100, a forthcoming 3 CCD DV camcorder that will replace the best selling DCR-VX2000. Launching soon, the new model adds significant enhancements to the proven video capture capabilities of the DCR-VX2000. As well as the same superior picture quality and performance, the camera’s minimum illumination has been increased, resulting in even better recording in low light conditions. Audio quality also receives a boost with more accurate sampling during manual recording. There is also the addition of a Hybrid LCD Panel for monitoring recording and playback.


World’s First 3Megapixel Handycam from Sony

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-05 13:14:44
Sony Europe has announced a new compact Handycam featuring a single 3.3Mega pixels CCD - a world first for consumer camcorders. Ideal for the semi professional or the home video enthusiast looking for the next leap in quality, the Handycam DCR-PC330 is also built to deliver the best colour reproduction in the world of consumer video. Equipped with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Lens for perfect images with almost no distortion, a new CCD filter technology for highly accurate colour reproduction, up to nine hours battery life as standard and the ability to record in true 16:9 widescreen mode, the DCR-PC330 is set to take the lead in the consumer camcorder stakes.


Sony DVD Handycams Make Movies Easier

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-05 13:04:52
Following the announcement from Sony Europe earlier this year Sony’s new DVD Handycams are to be launched on the European market and will give everyone the possibility to have a go at being their own movie director. Now it is even easier to use a camcorder to shoot, play and share precious moments directly with a DVD disc. The Handycam DCR-DVD100 and DCR-DVD200 make it possible to film your family and quickly send the movie to friends and relations across the world on a lightweight and durable DVD disc. With its high quality sound and image, the DVD format brings a Hollywood quality to your home movies. It is compact, being easier to carry, shelve and archive than videotape and does not take up as much space in the camcorder.


Revolutionary compact size for Sony camcorder

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-05 13:01:21
Sony Europe has announced a Handycam the size of a playing card. The ultimate in portability chic, the Handycam DCR-IP1 is ideal for those spur-of-the-moment occasions you just have to catch on video. Small and light enough to fit in a handbag or shirt pocket, yet fully featured, this MICROMV Handycam is the latest word in mobility. As stylish as its intended market, the slim and light design of the DCR-IP1 makes it the ideal portable camcorder. Sony has downsized and streamlined all the main parts of the camcorder, incorporating a miniature lens, a slim line mechanical deck, a compact and streamlined LCD panel and a single-piece circuit board into the tiny camera body.


JVC UK introduce GR-D20, GR-D50 and GR-D70 video

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-21 00:12:02
JVC UK Ltd is launching a comprehensive range of affordable MiniDV digital camcorders. The range consists of three models, the GR-D20, D50 and D70, and starts at an entry-level price point that will encourage owners of analogue camcorders to step up to digital. Despite the competitive price points, however, the range offers high-performance features that will appeal to experienced videographers. In addition, a new design, combined with miniaturisation technology, makes these camcorders more portable and more visually appealing than previous models available in this price range. All three models feature JVC’s Digital Colour Night Scope low-light shooting technology and a a 16x Optical and 700x Digital Zoom.


JVC UK introduce ProStyle GR-DV700 and GR-DV4000

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-21 00:07:14
JVC UK Ltd is introducing two new digital camcorders that make up its high-end “ProStyle” range. The GR-DV700 and GR-DV4000 MiniDV camcorders both feature an F1.2 lens and 1.33 Megapixel CCD to deliver a horizontal resolution of 540 lines. Both models are also equipped with a USB interface that can stream MPEG-1 data to a PC, facilitating a wide range of computer-based functionality, including Video CD creation, video clip creation, Web-camera webcasting, and digital still image capture. In addition to this great affinity with computers, the two camcorders both have a built-in digital still camera, delivering HG (High Grade) digital stills and MPEG-4 video clips that can be saved on a memory card.






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