Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-HD1000E Preliminary A new camcorder has been created to meet the growing demand from users who are looking for mobility and professional appearance. The HVR-HD1000E features a shoulder-mount design and black matte body similar to that of professional camcorders; making it perfect for weddings, corporate communications, and sporting events where appearance makes a difference. Premium design characteristics and high-definition HDVTM1080i recording are the main features of this new one-piece shoulder camcorder, ideal for working videographers on a budget. A built-in down-converter creates DV material, perfect for standard DVD productions. Plus, a special still photo mode is ideal for producing DVD cases and making wedding photo albums. Whether you are recording weddings and corporate communications or helping students make a documentary, the HVR-HD1000E is the best choice on the market today as an entry level professional camcorder. HDV - the Accessible HD Recording Format HD can be Recorded on an Inexpensive DV Cassette Tape Video and television technology, as well as viewer preferences, are moving from standard definition (SD) to high definition (HD) - just like black and white television moved to color in the past. HD has almost twice the number of scanning lines available than SD. This means you can see much sharper detail and finer image quality when your work is viewed on a HD display monitor. The HVR-HD1000E adopts the HDV format for HD recording. The HDV format allows you to shoot approximate 63minutes of HD video on a miniDV cassette tape*1. There are two standards of HDV format. One is HDV720p and the other is HDV1080i, which has 1,080 scanning lines and is used by most broadcasters already using HD. Sony has adopted the HDV1080i standard for all its HDV products. *2 HD (16:9) SD (4:3) 1,080 lines 576 lines Picture Quality HDV Recording DV non-linear editing system, while retaining HDV1080i a HD master on the tape for future use. DV Furthermore, the HVR-HD1000E offers a DV DV (LP) recording mode (4:3 or 16:9*4), which can provide a recording time of approximately 120 minutes in LP mode.*5 HD Recording (16:9) SD Editing / Monitoring (4:3) Down conversion Squeeze i.LINK / Analog output Letter Box*6 Edge Crop *3 i.LINK is a trademark of Sony used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394 connector. Not all products with an i.LINK connector will necessarily communicate with each other. For information on compatibility, operating conditions, and proper connection, please refer to the documentation supplied with any device with an i.LINK connector. For information on devices that include an i.LINK connection, please contact your nearest Sony office. *4 Squeezed recording. *5 When a DVM80PRL standard miniDV cassette tape is used. If you record in LP mode, pictures may appear mosaic-like or sound may be interrupted when you play back the tape on other camcorders or VCRs. *6 Letter box mode is not available from the i.LINK connector. HVR-DR60 Brings HDV to IT Workflows DV Recording *1 When the PHDVM-63DM miniDV cassette tape is used. The PHDVM-63DV is recommended for the HDV recording mode. The recording data rate of HDV1080i format is almost the same as that of DV format. *2 This brochure refers to the HDV1080i specification as the HDV format. Full Compatibility with your Current DV System The HVR-HD1000E offers benefits for SD productions, as well as HD. It is easy to use HDV recordings for your current DV editing work. The HVR-HD1000E has a down-conversion feature that outputs converted DV signals through the i.LINK connector*3 to your current The optional external HVR-DR60 Hard Disk Recording Unit gives you a hybrid operation, where video and audio is recorded simultaneously to hard disk drive (HDD) and tape. The HDV or DV images are recorded as movie files in the HDD for quick nonlinear editing, enabling the operator to archive the source tape as soon as the shoot is finished. HVR-DR60 (Hard Disk Recording Unit) High-quality Imaging System 1/2.9-inch ClearVid CMOS SensorTM The next generation of Sony imaging sensor, the ClearVid CMOS Sensor used in the HVR-HD1000E camcorder, is quite unique and different from current CMOS technology. The ClearVid CMOS Sensor uses a unique pixel layout rotated 45 degrees to provide high resolution and high sensitivity. This pixel layout technology is also used in higher end professional camcorders. The ClearVid CMOS Sensor, coupled with an Enhanced Imaging ProcessorTM (EIP), generates stunning images. Moreover, thanks to the CMOS technology, bright objects do not cause vertical smear. Optical 10x zoom by Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonner T*TM lens The HVR-HD1000E camcorder can adapt to a wide range of shooting situations and features a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonner T* lens with 10x optical zoom, as featured on higher end professional HDV camcorders. The T* lens coating suppresses unwanted reflections and faithfully reproduces colors for professional-looking results. with T* coating without T* coating Super SteadyShotTM (Optical) Image Stabilizer • Larger pixel size • Unique 45˚ angle pixel layout ClearVid CMOS Sensor Vertical smear ClearVid CMOS Sensor CCD The Super SteadyShot (Optical) feature of the HVR-HD1000E is an image stabilizer using an active optical lens method that functions without any deterioration in image quality. The lens itself shifts vertically and horizontally to compensate for the polarized light axis in real time. 3 Professional Design Shoulder-mount design The HVR-HD1000E is lightweight and easy to use even for beginners, it provides a professional camcorder shoulder-mount design allows for easy balance and stable operation. Rec indicator light Wide Clear Photo LCD plusTM Monitor on Viewfinder Unit Provides Easy Viewing A large, freely rotating 2.7-inch type LCD screen is located on the top of the viewfinder unit to provide easy viewing when the HVR-HD1000E camcorder Conventional LCD device Clear Photo LCD plus is in a low-level position or on a tripod. This also makes it easy for a director or client to see what the camera operator is shooting. The LCD uses 211,200 dots widescreen Clear Photo LCD plus device that provides proper brightness and a high level of color reproduction Stereo shotgun microphone (stereo mini plug) Camera Control Ring A special camera control ring is located on the lens unit of the HVR-HD1000E camcorder. Any one of the following functions can be assigned to the ring for easy adjustment: * Focus (default) * Zoom * Brightness * Shutter * Video: 1/4~1/10000 sec * Photo: 1/4~1/500 sec. * AE Shift * WB Shift DC power input 123,200 dots Color EVF Ergonomically Designed Handle The ergonomically designed handle of the HVR-HD1000E camcorder contains a convenient record button and zoom control, essential for low position shooting. There are two cold shoes on the front and rear of the handle. You can attach two accessories like the HVL-LBP Battery Video Light and HVR-DR60 Hard Disk Recording Unit. Cassette tape compartment (miniDV cassette) Photo button • HDMI output connector • Memory Stick Duo slot • USB connector • i.LINK connector • LANC connector • Headphone jack 4 Video/Audio output connectors Other Features Long Operating Time With infoLITHIUMTM L Series Battery The HVR-HD1000E camcorder uses standard infoLITHIUM L series batteries, like the DSR-PD170P, HVR-Z1E, and HVR-V1E. With the NP-F970, a maximum operating time of approximate 10 hours can be achieved thanks to the power management system and low power consumption of the ClearVid CMOS Sensor. quad-speed images are captured for three seconds, stored in the built-in buffer memory, and then recorded to tape (in either HDV or DV format) as slow-motion pictures lasting 12 seconds.*7 *7 When using this function, the resolution of the camera image is decreased. Sounds can not be recorded while shooting in this mode. Super NightShotTM NP-F970 (optional) Smooth Slow Rec The Smooth Slow Rec function of the HVR-HD1000E camcorder enables slow-motion playback by capturing images at four times faster than the normal field rate (200 fields/s). In this mode, The Super NightShot function of the HVR-HD1000E ON camcorder uses a built-in OFF infrared light emitter that allows you to record an object in zero lux light levels. It also enables night-time monitoring and surveillance. Diverse Range of Photo-creation Functions While the HVR-HD1000E doesn’t contain all the features you’d find in a higher end professional camcorders, such as DVCAM recording/playback, XLR audio connectors, and TC preset menu, it does boast a diverse range of photo-creation functions. These photo-creation functions are available at the touch of a button. You can store high-quality still images on Memory Stick DuoTM media*8, and then use them to design DVD cases, website content, news, etc. *8 Memory Stick Duo media is not supplied. Photo Mode Capturing from recorded video In Photo mode of the HVR-HD1000E camcorder, you can take 6.1-megapixel, 2848 x 2136-quality, 4:3-aspect images. In case you missed the perfect timing for your still photo while videotaping, you can capture and save still frames from recorded video by just pressing the photo button of the HVR-HD1000E camcorder during playback. HDV footage will give you a 1.2-megapixel, 1440 x 810 pixel still image of that magic moment. Dual Rec You can take 4.6-megapixel (16:9-aspect) photos while you are shooting HDV video simply by pressing the photo button. Workflow Using HDV Shooting and Photo Data Creation For working videographers starting out with a limited budget, the HVR-HD1000E camcorder provides flexibility and an amazing selection of features like HDV shooting and photo data creation. Even if you are still using SD for your projects, HD is the way of the future. Down-conversion allows you to shoot in HD to create a high-quality master tape and still use your existing DV nonlinear editing system and SD display monitor for playback and viewing. 2 HVR-HD1000E 6.1M (Photo Mode) 3 Photo Album Memory Stick Duo Printing 4.6M (Dual Rec) Capturing 1 For DVD design DV non-liner editing 4 5 DVD/Tape Your Client Down converted DV HDV non-liner editing 6 Blu-Ray Disc™. HDV [Workflow chart] 1 Shoot the original footage in HDV mode. 2 Create photo images using the photo data creation functions. 3 Make a photo album for your client using the photo data. 4 Edit your HDV recordings in the down-converted DV signal format. 5 Use your edited content and photo data for standard DVD/tape making. 6 Use the original HDV footage for HD-quality Blu-Ray DiscTM making. 5 Options HVR-DR60 HVL-LBP An external Hard Disk Recording Unit with a 60GB capacity and 4.5 hours of recording time for HDV, DVCAM*, and DV. VCT-PG11RMB VCL-HGO737C A multi-purpose mid-spreader tripod with RM-1BP. 0.7x wide conversion lens 2NP-F970 infoLITHIUM L series rechargeable battery pack (two packs) NP-F570/770/970 infoLITHIUM L series rechargeable battery pack VMC-30VC 3m Component Video Cable RM-1BP LED video light using infoLITHIUM L series battery. VMC-30FS 3m Multi AV Cable AC-VQ1050B AC adaptor/charger VMC-15HD/30HD HDMI cable (1.5m/3m) A LANC remote controller with variable speed zooming. VCL-HGO1737C 1.7x tele conversion lens UWP-C1/C2/C3 UHF Synthesized Wireless Microphone Package VF-37CPK S PHDVM-63DM A professional durability tape for HDV, DVCAM*and DV. VMC-IL4408A/ IL4415A/IL4435 i.LINK cable (4pin-4pin) VMC-IL4615/4635 i.LINK cable (4pin-6pin 1.5m/3.5m) *HVR-HD1000E doesn’t have DVCAM recording/playback capability. Filter Kit HVR-HD1000E Specifications (preliminary) Camera section Lens Focal length Imaging system Maximum still image recording Gross pixels Effective pixels VTR section Recording format Play out/Down conversion format Playback/Recording time Connectors Component video output Composite video output S-Video output HDMI output HDV/DV input/output Audio output Audio input Headphone LANC USB DC Input Others LCD viewfinder LCD monitor Speaker Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens, 10x (optical), f = 5.4 to 54 mm, filter diameter: 37 mm 40 to 400mm*1 49 to 490mm*1 40 to 400mm*1 37 to 370mm*1 1/2.9-inch, ClearVid CMOS Sensor system MAX. 6.1M (2848 x 2136) (4:3) Approx. 3200K pixels 16:9 video mode Approx. 2280K pixels 4:3 video mode Approx. 1710K pixels 16:9 photo mode Approx. 2280K pixels 4:3 photo mode Approx. 3040K pixels 16:9 video mode 4:3 video mode 16:9 photo mode 4:3 photo mode HDV/DV SP DV LP HDV1080/50i, DV/DV(LP)576/50i (PAL) HDV1080/50i, DV/DV(LP)576/50i (PAL) Max. 63 min with PHDVM-63DM cassette Max. 94.5 min with PHDVM-63DM cassette RCA Pin x3 RCA Pin x1 mini-DIN 4-pin x1 HDMI connector i.LINK interface (IEEE 1394, 4-pin connector) RCA Pin x2 (L,R) Stereo mini jack (φ3.5 mm), ECM-PS1 external shot-gun stereo microphone is supplied. Stereo mini jack (φ3.5 mm) Stereo mini-mini jack (φ2.5 mm) TYPE B connector AC-L100 AC adaptor is supplied. 0.27-inch type*2, approx. 123,200 dots, 16:9 aspect ratio 2.7-inch type*2, Clear Photo LCD plus, approx. 211,200 dots, hybrid type, 16:9 aspect ratio, touchscreen φ16mm *1 These values are calculated to be equivalent to the 35 mm film. *2 Viewable area, measured diagonally. Distributed by MK10444V1CAD07AUG © 2007 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. Sony, DVCAM, ClearVid CMOS Sensor, Enhanced Imaging Processor, DigitalMaster, SteadyShot, NightShot, i.LINK, InfoLITHIUM, Memory Stick Duo and their respective logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Clear Photo LCD plus, , Blu-Ray are trademarks of Sony Corporation. HDV and the HDV logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation and Victor Company of Japan, Limited. Vario-Sonnar T* is a trademark of Carl Zeiss AG.
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