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Monday, September 22, 2008

Sony HDR-FX1000

I thought Sony is phasing out the HDV tape. Well, it looks like they're far from it. With the introduction of the Sony HDR-FX1000, an HDV video cam for the video enthusiasts, Sony is making sure that HDV is far from being phased out. The Sony HDR-FX1000 features Sony's G Lens with 29.5mm wide angle and 20x optical zoom and will be available this October.

Sony HDR-FX1000 Specifications:

  • HDV 1080i recording with new 25p progressive scan mode
  • Exclusive Sony high-performance G Lens with 29.5mm wide angle and 20x optical zoom offers superb clarity and sharpness
  • 1/3 inch 3 ClearVid CMOS sensor with Exmor derived technology for excellent low-light sensitivity
  • Photo-realistic 3.2-type Xtra Fine LCD for detailed, high contrast framing and shot review
  • CinemaTone Gamma and CinemaTone Colour for rich, filmic tones
  • Optical SteadyShot for clearer handheld shooting
  • Advanced manual features with triple focus, zoom & iris rings

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