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Sony VRD MC1 DVD recorder

Mark Peters : 2005-12-09 08:23:51
Sony VRD MC1 DVD recorder : Expanding the DVDirect DVD recorder product family, Sony Electronics introduced another model that allows both digital photos and home videos to be recorded onto discs without the need for a computer. Like the presently available VRD-VC20 model, the Sony VRD-MC1 recorder can transfer home video footage in real-time from a camcorder or VCR tape to a DVD without a computer, and also enables "computer free" recording of digital still images directly from memory cards to DVD as a slideshow for playback on most home DVD players and PC DVD-ROM drives. The recorder can be directly connected to PictBridge compatible photo printers for printing individual digital pictures from a memory card or from a DVD disc.


Sony Germany relocate office to Berlin

Mark Peters : 2005-11-21 02:51:00
Sony Europe relocate office to Berlin : Sony Europe announced today that Sony Deutschland GmbH, its German Sales & Marketing Company, will relocate from Cologne to Berlin during the next fiscal year, starting from April 1, 2006. The Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz, one of Berlin’s renowned landmarks, currently accommodates Sony’s European headquarters as well as other Sony Group companies. “Relocating from Cologne to Berlin, the capital of Germany, will allow Sony Germany to gain more momentum and competitiveness and to further enhance the current positive sales trend“, says Manfred Gerdes, Managing Director of Sony Deutschland GmbH. Sony Germany will also implement a restructuring of its current workforce by spring 2006.


Holiday gift Sony DVD camcorder

Mark Peters : 2005-11-15 22:40:00
Holiday gift Sony DVD camcorder : Driving the popularity of DVD camcorders, Sony announced it is the first company to sell more than one million of the disc-based units. According to the latest market research from NPD Intellect, the DVD format now accounts for 22 percent of the camcorder market, double a year ago. And Sony DVD Handycam camcorders represent a whopping 85 percent of this unit total here in the U.S. Sony also leads the total U.S. camcorder industry with nearly 50 percent market share for all camcorder sales. Addressing the expanding appetite for a home theatre experience, several of the Sony DVD camcorders provide surround sound recording. Those of you who don't know anything for a holiday gift, Sony has some ideas..


Sony CompactFlash Type II media

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-07 20:30:00
Sony compactFlash Type II media : Sony Europe's Recording Media & Energy (RME) division today announced the launch of its first 5GB CompactFlash Type II media, under the new Compactvaul brand. The new Compactvaul provides the latest addition to Sony's removable media range, enabling storage of up to 1600 images or four hours of MPEG 4 recording. The one-inch hard disk drive boasts a native transfer rate of up to 96.7Mbps, which is further maximized when the Compactvaul is used in conjunction with future Cybercapture enabled products, providing even faster recording of images and higher quality of videos, in what is termed AV mode. The 5GB Compactvaul will be available from November 2005.


Sony Cybershot T9

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-11-01 06:51:23
Sony Cybershot DSC T9 : Sony is stepping up the picture quality of ultra-slim digital still cameras with the introduction of its new Cyber-shot DSC-T9 model, the first in this category to offer both Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization and high light sensitivity. With these Sony technologies, the new six-megapixel DSC-T9 delivers more detailed images with significantly less blur and graininess than typical point-and-shoot cameras. Optical image stabilization reduces image blur from hand movement, while high light sensitivity helps to lessen blurriness resulting from low-light conditions. The end effect is better-focused, expressive images that look like the way you see them, imitating the human eye.


Sony DRX 810UL Mac support

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-28 15:30:00
Mac support Sony DRX 810UL : Macintosh computer owners will soon be able to reap the benefits of Sony's latest generation of DVD burners with the new Mac-compatible sony DRX-810UL model. The external double and dual layer DVD drive will begin shipping next month with Roxio's Toast 6 Lite for Mac compatibility. With the new Sony DRX-810UL/T DVD burner and Toast 6 Lite software, Mac users will be able to store and share home movies, digital photos, and music at 8X maximum for DVD+R Double Layer (DL) recording speed, enabling them to burn up to 8.5GB of video, data, music or images on compatible media in about fifteen minutes. Toast 6 Lite enables advanced authoring, copying and video features.


Cybershot Cameras popular among women

Mark Peters : 2005-10-18 14:45:27
Cybershot Cameras popular among women : Sony's Cyber-shot digital cameras are proving to be a popular choice among women. According to the NPD Group, 53% of all digital camera purchases from May to July were made by women. Of Sony camera purchases, 56% were made by women, beating the industry average. This is up from 42% a year ago. In a research study conducted in April entitled Closing the Technology Gender Gap; What Women Really Want, analysts from IDC found that women were not only tech savvy, but also very busy who demand performance and convenience from the products they buy. According to the study, women don't have time to "tinker" with their gadgets; they require reliable and intuitive devices that are ready when they are.


Sony CCD image sensor faulty

Jasper Huitink : 2005-10-10 19:30:00
Sony CCD image sensor faulty : It has recently come to our attention that a limited number of Sony Digital Still Cameras that incorporate an image sensor device, CCD Chip, manufactured from October 2002 through March 2004 may exhibit the following condition: When the Digital Still Camera is used in camera mode, the LCD panel or electronic viewfinder will show either a distorted image or no image. We have determined that this condition only occurs to a limited number of units. Accordingly, customers who have a Sony Digital Still Camera as outlined below and if said Sony Still Camera exhibits the above-mentioned condition caused by the image sensor device, CCD chip, may contact the special call center set forth below for free repair.






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