MVSony HDV video Camera / 1080i Interlaced high-definition Camera FX1

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With the introduction of Sony’s HDR-FX1, the first HDV 1080i camcorder and the benchmark in video technology available for consumers and prosumers alike, users now have the capability to record and play back high definition video. With 1080 interlaced lines of resolution – the highest resolution (1440 pixels x 1080 lines) of any prosumer camcorder.

Utilizes the 1080 lines horizontal resolution / 60 interlaced frames per second frame rate for the HDV specification, which records to standard MiniDV tapes.

Incorporates three chip, one megapixel Super HAD CCDs. The 1080i HD CCDs have several improvements, including an on-chip micro-lens on top of the CCD sensor that increases the light focusing rate for focusing on the fly. There is also a great developed 16:9 aspect mode for recording in widescreen. By giving each lens its own megapixel imager, the camcorder captures the intense detail and color that expert videographers appreciate.

Real Time HD Codec Engine File compression maintains trueness of images Sony’s Real Time HD Codec Engine lets you record and playback HD images. This remarkably small and energy efficient technology uses MPEG2 compression technology to handle HD images at the same bit rate as the DV format, all while maintaining image quality. The Real Time HD Codec Engine provides you versatility in format handling and truer images for increased viewing pleasure. HDV 1080i Compatible Camcorder Allows you to capture HD video in a broad range of styles, for an exceptional level of creativity in your shots. The features provide the control that you would expect of a professional grade camcorder, opening up a whole realm of possibilities. HDV/DV Switching System Record and playback in both formats, with this camcorder you can record and playback in HDV 1080i and the original DV format as well. So now you can enjoy HDV and DV recording in one camera. Wide Super HAD 3CCD Advanced Super HAD (Hole Accumulation Diode) CCD functionality greatly improves the performance of the camcorder. With this technology comes an on-chip micro-lens, on top of the CCD sensor that increases the light focusing rate.
More defined digital HD images are achieved through a 3CCD Camera System which separates light that enters the lens into the 3 primary colors of red, green and blue. Sony has also included Semi-conductor technology with a great developed 16:9 aspect ratio, and 1.12M total pixels; all of which work to increase the feel of your footage.
Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Lens With the advanced multi-layer optical coating system, the Vario-Sonnar T* lens improves the contrast and color of your footage greatly. The lens reduces the Ghosting effect and flair by up to 80%, and lets more light through for much sharper images. Better Viewing and More Control Combines the right balance of manual and automatic controls to help you use the functions of your camcorder to their best. You have the best of both worlds; automatic control function for moments when you want to capture a simple shot, and full control functions for when you need to manually adjust camera controls to achieve a unique effect. 3.5″ Hybrid LCD You can use the monitor to check wide-angle shots in digital HD. Because it is a hybrid system, you can still see the LCD monitor outside even on the brightest and most sunny days. With 250,000 pixels. Even more, it is located above and in front of the handle, which has it placed on the same eye-level as the viewfinder for even greater ease. Cinematic Features Cinematic features alter the visual characteristics of the footage by configuring how the camera responds to lighting, changes in focus, and the rate at which frames are displayed. The cinematic features include pre-programmed recording settings so that quality footage can be captured in a variety of environments. CineFrame Recording Provides the option of recording video at either 30 fps or with a feeling of film-like 24 fps (frames per second). Shot Transition Allows for a smooth automatic scene transition. Settings for focus, zoom, iris, gain, shutter, and white balance can be set to the A/B button and a smooth transition will take place according to the set time. This function enables the focus to gradually shift from the front of the screen to a deeper part of the screen. Expanded Focus Indicator The camera’s LCD image is magnified, temporarily, up to 4x its original size without any loss of distortion. This allows the user more finite control while focusing the camera for greater detail and clarity. Large Eye Viewfinder A LCD panel is utilized in the Eye viewfinder to allow wide-angle digital HD shots to be viewed. Additionally, with the size of the eyepiece increased, you can see images even while wearing glasses – further light-excluding ability and visual abilities can be achieved with a large eyecup accessory. Again, with 250,000 pixels of resolution, you can view the fine details of your video subjects.

Sereer HDV 301 FHD 1080P Digital Video Camera Camcorder Review

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Today I’m reviewing the Sereer HDV 301 FHD 1080P Digital Video Camera Camcorder is it worth a buy or a skip?

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Sony HVR-Z5E Professionl HD video camera / camcorder (HDV HVR Z5) –

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Review – Ordro HDV – V7 3inch LCD Digital Video Camera HD Camcorder DV

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Main Features:
– Lightweight and portable
– High-end CMOS sensor, high sensitivity
– Max. 24.0 Mega pixels, high-definition shooting
– 16X digital zoom, 1920 x 1080P full HD video, HDMI HD output
– DIS intelligent anti-shake, durable to use
– Face capture, shooting easily
– Exposure compensation, LED fill-in light
– One-key pause with pressing the OK button
– 8 scenes
– Compressed file to save storage space
– Full charged can last for 3 hours

Andoer 4K 48MP Handheld Video Camera Camcoder Review

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A nice budget camera for home videos, clear crisp images but low volume capture.

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Besteker HDV-5052 Digital HD Video Camera Review

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In this video I’m reviewing the Besteker HDV-5052 Digital HD Video Camera. Besteker advertises the following:

-Multifunctional Camcorder with Touch Screen: COMS 5.0 MP, max 20.0 MP, 1920*1080P (FHD)/30FPS, HDMI/USB output. 3.0” TFT-LCD touch screen. It supports standard tripod and SD/SDHC/TF card(32GB max), IR Night vision and WIFI function
-Powerful 2 Batteries: Equipped with 2* NP-FV5 3.8V 1200mAh rechargeable Li-Ion batteries. When the battery is fully charged, it can take videos and pictures for a long time. Working time will be a little shorter when you use WIFI and IR function together
-Portable Lightweight Camcorder Design: 4.7*2.5*2.0 inches, 120.5(length)*62.9(high)*49.7(width) mm. About 0.65 pounds (295g). Easy to carry and store. Equipped with safety tether, allow you to record precious moments at home and outdoor
-WIFI Function: Support WIFI connection. Use mobile phone download “iSmart DV” APP to connect your camcorder. Can control the camera and download files from camera to mobile phone or tablet, as well as taking photos and filming as a remote control
-Package Included: Besteker camcorder, Camcorder bag, USB cable, AV cable, HDMI cable, Charger, 2*Rechargeable Li-Ion battery, User manual. We offer 12-months warranty and friendly customer service

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Digital Video DV Camera Camcorder

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Support 1080P(interpolation) HD video resolution, record your happy moment.
3.0Mega pixel CMOS sensor, provides high quality images max up to 24MP interpolation.
3.0 inch large touch screen to see what you are recording and to operate the DV easily.
16X digital zoom, help you to take a distant shot.
Electronic anti-shake design, provides more clear and beautiful images.
Support SD / SDHC card up to 32G(not included).
Multiple white balance mode to choose: Automatic/Daylight/Cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent
With 750mAh NP-40 rechargeable battery.

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Filmmaking Tutorial: Buying a low budget video camera

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When looking at buying your first or next low budget video camera, the main thing you need to figure out is how much you have to spend. The one thing i want to make sure of is that you’re not spending your entire budget on just the camera. Do you need lights? microphones? tripod? etc..? Don’t skimp out on other items! Take tripods for example, my rule of thumb is spend at LEAST 20% of your camera cost on a tripod, so if you’ve got a $2000 camera, spend at least $200 on a tripod. And any tripod under $100 is likely to be not so great, so make sure you’re above that price point at the bare minimum. But let’s stay on point here, we’re talking about cameras!

Say your budget is under $1000 for the camera, including a lens of some sort whether it be attached or detachable. The first thing i look for is does it have a focus ring? I refuse to accept any sort of touch screen focus as usable, it needs an actual ring for focusing!

Next up is audio, and the first thing to do is pretend that it has no built in mic, because any built in mic is, and i’m going to all caps this because it’s important: IS NOT SUITABLE FOR PROFESSIONAL USE! You NEED to use external mic options, and to that effect, if you don’t want to use a separate sound recorder, you’ll need to make sure your camera has an audio input. Now, at this price point you aren’t likely to find proper XLR inputs, but that’s fine so long as it at least has the 1/8″ stereo mini input.

Now for buttons, because i love me some buttons, and i hate me some touch screen. Physical buttons are just better, and the litmus test for that line of reasoning is that if you have your eye locked into the viewfinder, with buttons you can feel your way around to get things done. Not so with touch screen! So the more buttons, the better. There are some higher end cameras like the Red Scarlet and Epic, and the Black Magic Cinema Camera which rely heavily on touch screens, but those are very big and well designed touch screens, and hence are much better and out of the price range we’re discussing here.

Backing up a second, we need to go over sensors, because that is the heart of the camera. In this price range though, theres only two real choices: very small, or very large. Odd, i know! The reason for this is that DSLR’s that now shoot video have created a whole other market: Photography cameras that happen to shoot darn good video. And yes, lots of them are under $1000, but the biggest catch is, they need lenses, which can be very expensive. It depends on your needs, but if you need a camera that can zoom from very wide to very long, then a DSLR may not be ideal for you. But on the other hand if you need the best possible low light ability, as well as shallow depth of field, then DSLRs may be perfect for you. But back to more conventional cameras in this price range, they will mostly be in the 1/3″ size, which is fine, but will result in mostly very deep focus, meaning everything will be in focus with the exception for when you zoom in significantly. One thing i stress at this point is that i never buy a camera just based on its specs, i look at sample footage and user reviews. Because even if a camera looks great on paper, if hundreds of people in user reviews around the net say it’s terrible, then it’s pretty obvious you shouldn’t buy it!

Next up is its recording ability. Tape is still around but leaving the arena, so for futureproofing it’s best to stick with flash based recording. The one thing i’d stay away from is any camera that uses a built in drive, because if that drive dies, you can’t just swap it out and it has to go to the repair shop. So make sure the camera you get uses either SD or CF cards which you can easily swap out, it also makes it easier for downloading footage. I hate having to plug the camera into the computer, card readers are much swifter. And then there’s the codec and bitrates, which i’ve got a whole other quicktip for. Suffice it to say, trust user reviews, not what’s on paper. Different cameras can have different codecs and some lower bitrate ones can easily outperform higher bitrate ones if the codec is superior, so don’t discount a camera right off the bat if it has a lower bitrate, check the reviews.