HD camcorder with a built in stereo
Sony seems to have been focusing on how to make creative’s lives a little bit easier these past few days. Earlier this week, the Japanese giant announced their “Smart Shot” digital camera clip- ons to help smartphone photographers take their work to the next level. Now, Sony is targeting the aspiring musician and Youtuber searching for stardom as they’ve unveiled their HDR-MV1. The Sony HDR-MV1 is an HD camcorder with a built in stereo field recorder, built in speaker,
Sony HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder
Capture your next jam session with pro-quality sound and HD video. Imagine recording CD-quality audio in uncompressed Linear PCM or versatile, internet-ready AAC with this compact camcorder featuring a 120? X/Y mic. It also records HD video at 120? with its wide-angle lens and captures fine detail even in dimly-lit venues. Put simply, every artist should have one.
we’re living in the Age of YouTube, it’s becoming pretty much standard practice for up-and-coming musicians to post videos of their jam sessions or live performances online. And while the affordability of HD video cameras/phones may mean that the visuals in those videos look nice, music is first and foremost an auditory art-form. That’s why Sony is introducing a new musical- performance-specific camcorder, known appropriately enough as the HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder.
The MV-1 records audio in either uncompressed Linear PCM or internet-friendly AAC format, via a tunable 120-degree X-Y stereo microphone. Recording levels can be manually controlled, and a line-in port allows for direct feeds. Audio quality is monitored either via user-supplied headphones, or using the camera’s built-in speaker.
Video is captured by a wide-angle 120-degree lens – to ensure that all band members get in the shot – at a resolution of either 1080p or 750p (both at 30 fps). A back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor is claimed to capture sharp images even in dimly-lit clubs, and the option of manual exposure control will keep the iris from closing down every time a stage light comes on.
Footage is recorded to a Micro SD card or a Memory Stick Micro, in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format. Shots are monitored or reviewed using a 2.7-inch LCD screen, which can also be used to check and adjust audio input levels. Additionally, the camera can be remotely operated using a Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device – this could come in particularly handy in cramped venues, where a videographer would be in peoples’ way if they stayed with the camera.
The user’s mobile device can also be utilized to post footage online, via Sony’s free PlayMemories Mobile app.
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