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Sony Handycam HDR-CX700V


$1,299.99 Released March, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact and lightweight, comfortable and easy to carry around. Stabilization works well, both photos and video seem unaffected by normal hand shake. Low light shooting is better than most, everything comes in sharp.

The Cons:Menus seem to have the most useful options deeply nested.

The Sony Handycam HDR-CX700V is a “video enthusiast-level consumer” digital camcorder released in early 2011. It features a wide-angle Sony G 10x optical zoom lens, a 12MP Exmor R CMOS image sensor, and 96GB of ultra-fast access flash memory.

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As a premium-grade unit, the device uses a wide angle up to 26.3mm and an enhanced sensor to produce full 1080p high-definition video at 60fps for fluid-like fast motion without the field-ripping like in 60i. There’s also a large 3” LCD display that can conveniently be flipped out. Plus the unit is loaded with adjustment options like tracking focus, iAuto, and optical image stabilization.

Features

  • Handheld Digital Camcorder
  • G Lens
  • BIONZ Image Processor
  • Back-Illuminated CMOS Sensor
  • 1080p @ 60fps Video Capture
  • 10x Optical Zoom
  • 120x Digital Zoom
  • 96GB Flash Memory
  • Flip-Out LCD Display
  • iAuto Scene Selection
  • Built-In USB Cable
  • Optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization
  • JPEG Up To 3072x2304
  • MPEG4-AVC 28Mbps 1080p
  • Dolby Digital 5.1ch
  • Integrated Zoom Microphone
  • Clear Phase Speaker
  • Memory Stick PRODuo
  • Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
  • SD/SDHC/SDXC
  • HD Out Mini
  • Component Video Out
  • TypeA/AB USB
  • Bravia Sync

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    compact and lightweight, comfortable and easy to carry around

  • 1

    stabilization works well, both photos and video seem unaffected by normal hand shake

  • 1

    low light shooting is better than most, everything comes in sharp

  • 1

    GPS geotagging is easy to use, handy later when sorting through clips

  • 1

    easy to set up and start shooting without having to work through menus

  • 0

    can capture images at an extremely wide angle

Cons
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    menus seem to have the most useful options deeply nested

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