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Dennis Hissink : January 6th 2005 - 15:00 CET

Sony Digital8 and Hi8 Camcorders at CES 2005


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SonySony Digital8 and Hi8 Camcorders at CES 2005 : Combining convenient features with great value, Sony's Hi8 and Digital8 camcorders offer a simple way to record memories. The Digital8 and Hi8 camcorders line sports handy features like the NightShot recording system, 2.5" SwivelScreen LCD and a 20X optical/990X digital zoom. Recording flexibility has been greatly simplified by duplicating the zooming and recording controls adjacent to the LCD screen. "Hi8 and Digital8 formats continue to hold great appeal for many consumers," said Linda Vuolo, director for camcorder products at Sony Electronics. "The partnering of desirable features with attainable prices, make it possible for virtually everyone to document the moments of their lives."
Sony Digital8 and Hi8 Camcorders at CES 2005Sony - New features
The Sony Handycam line-up have an Easy Handycam button that resets the settings to automatic mode and adjusts the display to show only essential icons like power and tape length, while enlarging the necessary icons for easier recording. The camcorders also come equipped with an InfoLithium battery with the AccuPower Meter system to keep a more accurate and constant reading of remaining battery power. The Sony DCR-TRV480 camcorder includes backward compatibility to make it easy for you to playback your existing analogue 8mm and Hi8 tapes.

Sony - New Digital8 Handycam line-up
Sony's new Digital8 camcorders include the Sony DCR-TRV280 has a 20X Optical Zoom, build-in light, NightShot Plus and additional controls for ease of use. It will be available in February for about $300. The Sony DCR-TRV480 features a 2.5-inch Touch Panel LCD and backward compatibility. Other new benefits include Analogue Input with A/D Conversion capabilities, a Memory Stick Media Slot that lets the camcorder double as a camera with the optional Memory Stick media, Remote Control. The Sony DCR-TRV480 model will be available in February for about $350. The Sony DCR-TRV480 model also includes Super NightShot Plus system, which lets you record in darkness, while delivering even more natural color to the video.

Sony - New Hi8 Handycam line-up
The two new Hi8 models include Sony CCD-TRV138 has a 20X Optical Zoom and the NightShot Plus system along with new LCD screen controls. It will be available in February for about $240. The latest one is the Sony CCD-TRV338 includes similar features, in addition to Super SteadyShot picture stabilization to minimize shake in your videos. It will be available in February for about $270.





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