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Dennis Hissink : August 5th 2003 - 13:04 CET

Sony DVD Handycams Make Movies Easier


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SonyFollowing 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.
It is also far easier to keep high quality footage of cherished family memories on DVD as you can have instant access to any scene. DVD discs cannot be accidentally erased and they never need rewinding. The 8cm DVD Discs used by the Handycam range can be played back on most consumer DVD players as well as compatible PCs with DVD drives and Sony PlayStation 2 consoles.

The 8cm DVD discs are available in either DVD-R (for one-time recording) and DVD-RW (for rewritable recording approximately 1,000 times) disc formats. DVD disc (1.4GB) can hold up to 60 minutes of video recording. Both movies and still images can be recorded on the same DVD-R or DVD-RW disc.

The DVD Handycams are more than just for recording videos. They also provide a facility to edit and organise your scenes into playlists on DVD-RW discs immediately after shooting. Now with simple-to-use editing functions anyone can rearrange newly recorded scenes, cutting, dividing and assembling movie clips to tell a story, all within the camera. Your video can also be played back and edited on a PC using the supplied "PIXELA ImageMixer software for Sony DVD Handycam". This user-friendly software makes filmmaking easy, bringing a little bit of Hollywood to every desktop. Once you have made your movie, it is also simple to make as many more copies as you want. DVD Discs can be duplicated when the Handycam is connected to a PC even if the PC has no DVD burner.

The Handycam DCR-DVD200 is a 1 Mega pixel camcorder, while the DCR-DVD-100 sports an 800,000 pixel CCD. Both are capable of delivering high quality video and still images (JPEG format) at variable resolutions. Both models offer excellent image quality and Handycam engineering including a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lens with a 10 x optical zoom, 120 x precision digital zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD screen and USB 2.0 interface for high-speed PC connectivity. Stylishly designed, the camcorders are among the first to display Sony’s new brand logo for the Handycam range.

The DCR-DVD100 and DCR-DVD200 will be available across Europe from November 2003.




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