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Sony HDR-HC5 High Definition Camcorder With 2.7'' LCD Screen at Amazon £399.99 Delivered!

* Product Description: Sony Handycam HDR-HC5E - camcorder - Mini DV (HDV)
* Product Type: Camcorder - Widescreen Video Capture
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.2 cm x 13.4 cm x 8.2 cm
* Weight: 0.53 kg
* Media Type: Mini DV (HDV)
* Supported Flash Memory: Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo
* Sensor Resolution: 2.1 Mpix
* Effective Sensor Resolution: Video: 1.4 Mpix - Still: 2.0 Mpix
* Shooting Modes: Digital photo mode
* Lens Aperture: F/1.8-2.9
* Focus Adjustment: Automatic, manual
* Focal Length: 5.1 mm - 51 mm
* Optical Zoom: 10 x
* Digital Zoom: 80 x
* Image Stabiliser: Electronic (Super Steady Shot)
* Camera Flash: Built-in flash
* Microphone: Microphone - built-in - stereo
* Viewfinder: LCD monitor - colour - 16:9
* Display: LCD display - 2.7" - colour
* Supported Battery: 1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )
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#1
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Manufacturer's Description
The handy size and lightweight HDV1080i High Definition Handycam® with ClearVid CMOS Sensor, Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® T* lens and a HDMI connection. It now comes with i.LINK cable to be editing-ready.

Product Description
With its built-in DXP 14-bit HD processor that employs x.v. colour technology, 2-megapixel CMOS sensor and Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T lens, the HDR-HC5 camcorder from Sony will give you high-definition video (HDV 1080i) on MiniDV discs. In fact, this camcorder produces stunning, true-to-life images thanks to its easily-adjustable manual focus and large 2.7? touch screen. It also lets you control the set up of your shot constantly and gives you quick and easy access to a number of handy functions. With its 10x optical zoom, you can take close-ups of far-away subjects; while its tele-macro function lets you capture the beauty of nature on camera. Plus, the HDR-HC5 camcorder has 10 AE programmes, 13 special effects and 4 fades so you can add your own personal touch to each one of your video creations, and with its Super NightShot mode, you can even film in the dark. When it comes to sound, the HDR-HC5 has got your needs covered. Capable of recording in MPEG1 stereo sound in HDV mode (high-quality video), this camcorder will impress you with its PCM digital stereo sound in DV mode. Also equipped with an accessories shoe, the HDR-HC5 camcorder even lets you add a microphone, while its DV inputs and outputs, HDMi output and USB port give you unlimited choices for watching your films. Whether you?re looking to create digital video montages or host private projections in high definition, you can do everything with the HDR-HC5 camcorder from Sony!
#2
For some reason I just have the urge to say:

' Raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayman '

in the kind of funny Yankee voice...

nice specs on the camcorder, however one would be better off buying something with an internal HDD e.g. minimum 30gb... so there won't be any worry of running out of and having to buy horrid cassettes.....

HOT though.........

Something with 1 touch PC burn is good as well as you can easily edit it (especially in Sony camcorders) then burn straight to a DVD using your PC
#3
Depends what your preference is with Tapes or HDD.

If your off for a 2-3 week holiday then the 30-40gb HDD isn't going to last. Unless you take a laptop. A bag full of blank tapes are much easier to carry or you can buy as you need em.

Also with HDD - If you just want to take off a 5 minute section, you have to transfer the entire contents of the HDD to your computer and edit that out.

My preference is still tape - Cheap as chips and you can transfer to the PC for editing at your leisure.
#4
If quality of picture is important to you then tape is still the best as it compresses the signal least for storage. I would buy tape.

Chris
#5
Temporarily out of stock
£515 for ones in stock
#6
Only 1 left in stock--order soon (more on the way).
#7
Still available to order from Amazon at £399.99
#8
Price: £624.95 :O
#9
puls3;1967608
Price: £624.95 :O

That an Amazon Marketplace seller, Amazon no longer stock it.

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