hvr-v1e professional hdv camcorder

hvr-v1e professional hdv camcorder
Sony has introduced a new compact, lightweight professional HDV camcorder, the HVR-V1E, further enhancing its range of professional HDV products, which
includes Sony’s first and flagship HDV professional camcorder, the HVR-Z1E and the compact and lightweight HVR-A1E. The HVR-V1E is ideal for film-makers
with smaller budgets, and, with its progressive scan capability, provides greater choice when shooting.
In keeping with other Sony professional HDV camcorders, as well as 1080/50i and 25p acquisition, the HVR-V1E features built-in format down-conversion
capability and can also record and playback in DVCAM or DV. This provides users with the flexibility to output images in Standard and High Definition formats.
3 ClearVid CMOS Sensor
Progressive scan (25p)
Alongside its many innovations, the HVR-V1E is the
first HDV camcorder to incorporate “3 (three)
ClearVid CMOS Sensor” system for optimum
picture quality. Coupled with Sony’s Enhanced
Imaging Processor (EIP) which internally processes
signals at 1920 X 1080p 4:2:2, these sensors provide high sensitivity, low noise and a wide dynamic
range to achieve breathtaking, high-quality images.
CMOS also eradicates picture smear and is less
demanding on power consumption, which delivers
extended battery life.
Thanks to the 3 ClearVid CMOS Sensor system
and Enhanced Imaging Processor, the HVR-V1E
supports 25p progressive scan modes, in addition
to typical 50i. The 25p signal is recorded as a
50i signal by dividing each frame into two fields.
This allows the 25p progressive footage captured
by the camcorder to be played back or fed to an
editing suite using existing Sony HDV equipment.
Flexible shooting options
The Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® T* Lens features
Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass and a 20x optical
zoom lens with F2.8 at the tele-photo end for
greater light sensitivity and long-range image
acquisition for maximum shooting flexibility. The
Digital Extender feature can digitally extend the
focal length by around 1.5 times so that the focal
length at tele-photo end can be up to 1100mm at
35mm conversion.
Further professional features
The HVR-V1E has a range of advanced professional
features, including a timecode preset function and
two XLR microphone inputs for independent sound
recording. It uses mini-size DV cassettes that are
capable of up to 63 minutes of continuous recording
in HDV mode using Sony DigitalMaster tape and it
has battery stamina of 8 hours operation with
There are also a range of accessories and options
available for the HVR-V1E, such as an optional
wide conversion lens, which employs a bayonet
joint for easy attachment.
The HVR-V1E is expected to ship in November 2006.
Other useful features include:
Camera profile
TC Link
Last scene review
HDMI output
3.5" Clear Photo LCD plus
1.2M still picture recording
© 2006 Sony Corporation. All details subject to change without notice. Sony, DVCAM and all Sony product names are trademarks of the Sony Corporation, Japan. HDV and the HDV logo are trademarks of the Sony Corporation and the Victor Company of Japan, Limited. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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