Three -1/4" ClearVID™ CMOS Sensors
Three -1/4" ClearVID™ CMOS Sensors with 1,120K (effective) pixels provides
stunning detail and clarity with exceptional video (up to 1080 lines of
resolution - HD) and still image performance. The Megapixel technology enhances
your digital videos and digital still (1037K -16:9 mode) photography
HDV Recording Format
The HDR-FX7 camcorder is the world’s first HDV1080i consumer level camcorder and
player to include 3 CMOS Sensors. Now you can record all your memories in true
Switchable HDV/DV Format Recording
The HDR-FX7 is capable of recording and playing back both High Definition and
Standard Definition video recorded on standard MiniDV cassettes.
Real-time HD Codec Engine
A Sony developed Real Time MPEG Encode/Decode system with reduced energy
consumption and compact size to fit inside a personal camcorder. This provides
efficient MPEG2 compression, and recording and playback of clear HD images at
the same bit rate of the DV format, so that High Definition video can be
recorded on the same cassettes as are used for MiniDV recording.
20X Optical Carl Zeiss®
Vario-Sonnar® T* Lens
From the authority in lens technology, the Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® T lens
provides a high-quality 20x optical zoom which maintains image clarity and color
while reducing glare and flare.
The Digital Extender mode is available at all zoom points and will digitally
enhance the zoom up to 1.5 times the current position.
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Tripod , Bag and Cameras Support
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3.5" Wide (16:9) Hybrid Clear Photo™ LCD plus Display (211K Pixels)1
Provides excellent viewing clarity with improved resolution. The 211K pixel LCD
display makes images sharp and detailed during playback or when monitoring
recording. The Hybrid LCD Screen provides accurate viewing in sunlight or bright
light, virtually eliminating the "washout" common with traditional LCD Screens.
Super SteadyShot® Optical Stabilization System
The HDR-FX7 features an advanced form of Sony’s SteadyShot Image Stabilization
system that controls an even higher range of shake and vibration frequencies.
This optical stabilization system achieves an even higher level of smoothness
without degradation of video like some digital stabilization systems.
Manual Zoom and Manual
Dual independent zoom and focus rings provide precise and detailed control over
the amount of zoom and the overall focus of the image with just a turn of the
rings. Fast, intuitive framing when zooming, and finely detailed focusing is
easy with the natural "feel" of the rings.
Easily adjust the amount of light entering the lens by adjusting exposure
brightness in accordance with the iris and gain. The Iris control allows the
volume of light to be adjusted (shutter speed and gain are adjustable).
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.
This feature allows the user to set manual adjustments for a scene (color,
sharpness, white balance, etc) into any one of six presets, so they can be
called up at just the touch of a button. Useful when shooting under the same
conditions repeatedly—you don’t have to reset the options each time. Settings
for various shooting conditions are offered as defaults.
Six buttons on the exterior of the camcorder are user-assignable so that they
can be set to the options most commonly utilized, for ease of recording.
HDV/DV Interface (IEEE1394)
A high speed bi-directional digital video/audio communication between two
compatible devices equipped with an IEEE1394 interface, including camcorders,
digital VCRs, and PCs.
Allows for a smooth, automatic scene transition. Settings for focus, zoom, iris,
gain, shutter, and white balance can be set to the Assignable Buttons 1, 2 and 3
which will create a smooth transition and will take place according to the set
time and transition. This function enables the focus to gradually shift from the
front of the screen to a deeper part of the screen. Thus the iris enables a
smooth change of depth of field.
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