On January 5, 2005 in Las Vegas the Sony Corporation made an announcement proudly of the advent of six brand new mini DV Handycam camcorders. At the time of the announcement Sony emphasized that these new mini-camcorders would easy to use, stylish, and improve on performance and functionality.
Each of the six new handycam models comes complete with an exceptional Handycam Station. The Handycam Station lets the mini-camcorder owners plug their camcorder straight into their television or personal computer. The Handycam Station is a tabletop cradle. In addition to permitting the camcorder user to connect their mini DV Handycam camcorders to their TVs and personal computers the Handycam Station also recharges the camcorders batteries. The Handycam Station’s features comprises, an audio/video terminal that connect to the computer and television, an S-video, i.link, and a USB port.
Sony designed the newest installment with people who are fond of recording high quality videos in mind. Sony accomplished this by carefully examining how people use their camcorders. They then incorporated this data into the design of the six min-camcorders. Sony claims that they desire people to think of their camcorder as an important part of their life, as important as a cell phone.
The six new mini DV Handycam camcorders were the DCR-PC1000, the DCR-PC55, the DCR-HC90, the DCR-HC32, the DCR-HC42, and the DCR-HC21. The DCR-1000. The prices of these binoculars range from $400.00 (the DCR-HC21) to $1300.00 (the DCR-PC1000).
Each new mini DV Handycam camcorders come with a plenty of features. The DCR-HC21 has 20X Optical/800X digital zoom, and technology that enhances image stabilization. The DCR-HC32 comes complete with a Memory Stick DUO media slot. The DCR-HC42 is capable of placing together a slide show, and has 2.7 inch LCD screen that swivels. The DCR-PC55 is designed with a mechanical lens cover. The DCR-HC90 has a three megapixal CCD, it has a fitted flash, and is designed to accommodate Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T*lens. The most elegant of the mini DV Handycam camcorders, the DCR-PC1000 has a three-chip CMOS sensor.
The three-chip CMOS is sensor technology that is available in the DCR-OC900 and the DCR-OC1000 is a enhanced imaging processor that renders the mini-camcorders with state-of-the-art picture quality, and better lighting details. The three-chip CMOS utilizes less power. CMOS is short for complimentary metal oxide semi-conductor.
The Zeiss lenses that Sony usage have a long standing history as being premium binocular lenses.
If you have a piece of electronics that was designed by Sony, check out their website if it breaks. At the Sony Corporations website it is feasible to order replacement parts or accessory items for your Sony product. All you have to do is fill out the repair form that can be found on the Sony Corporation’s website. There is even a spot to check the progress of a repair that a Sony representative is already executing and a lace where Sony will provide you with the estimated cost of a repair. If you feel that you are incapable of installing the part correctly by yourself, the Sony website provides you with a list of authorized dealers and representatives in your part of the world.