Sony Handycam HDR-PJ10
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Can output to a number of types of connectors. Recording in low light conditions still gets a fairly sharp image. Audio gathering is sensitive enough to catch most of what's going on in the space that the camera is pointing at.
The Cons:Battery tends to run out a little fast, need to be sure to have a spare handy.
The Sony Handycam HDR-PJ10 is handheld digital camera released in early 2011 alongside the HDR-PJ30V and HDR-PJ50V. The signature feature of the Handycam HDR-PJ10 and its peers is that they all host a flip-out LCD panel with a built-in projector that can display video content at up to 60” when projected from 18ft away onto flat surfaces like walls and ceilings.
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There are also integrated speakers and built-in amplifiers, making this an optimal choice for users wanting to display their content without having to rely on an HDTV. The weakest in the group, this camcorder hosts only 16GB of memory. Other features include a 30x optical zoom lens, a 350x digital zoom, and iAuto for auto scene selections based on the environmental conditions.
- Handheld Digital Camcorder
- G Lens
- BIONZ Image Processor
- Back-Illuminated CMOS Sensor
- 42x Extended Optical Zoom Lens
- 350x Digital Zoom
- Flip-Out LCD Display
- Integrated PRojector
- 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
- Internal Flash Memory
- Memory Stick PRODuo
- Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
- HD Out Mini
- Component Video Out
- TypeA/AB USB
- Bravia Sync
User Reviews (4)
can output to a number of types of connectors
recording in low light conditions still gets a fairly sharp image
audio gathering is sensitive enough to catch most of what's going on in the space that the camera is pointing at
takes a range of memory cards, great compatibility
easy to use, most of the time just point-and-shoot with no settings adjustment needed
comfortable control layout for on the fly zoom
can do extreme zooming without losing much detail
battery tends to run out a little fast, need to be sure to have a spare handy
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