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Sony adds 4K* consumer camcorder to its Handycam portfolio Posted: 05/09/2013
Sony adds 4K* consumer camcorder to its Handycam portfolio

New FDR-AX1E allows fresh creative expression with four times the resolution of Full HD

  • Shoot 4K Ultra HD images withExmor R CMOS sensor, professional image processor and high-quality G Lens with 20x optical zoom and SteadyShot
  • Stores 4K video in efficient new XAVC S format, with relay recording with dual XQD media card slots
  • Enjoy 4K videos with one-cable HDMI connection to your BRAVIA TV
  • Extensive manual controls for pro-style operation plus XLR audio connectors
Tags: Sony | AX1E | 4K | Handycam | BRAVIA | XAVC | MP4 | AVCHD | G Lens | Steadyshot | XQD
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Sony launches professional PXW-Z100 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder Posted: 05/09/2013
Sony launches professional PXW-Z100 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder

Sony today announced the PXW-Z100, a professional 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder featuring a 1/2.33" Exmor R CMOS sensor. The sensor has total of 16 million pixels and is able to acquire stunning 4K content (4096x2160) at 50p or 60p. The camcorder marks Sonys latest step in expanding the 4K world to everyone, from high-end cinema to corporate and event productions.

Tags: Sony | Z100 | PXW | Bill Drummond | 4K | F55 | BRAVIA | HDMI | XQD | AVCHD | XAVC | FDR-AX1E | Handycam | XDCAM | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Sony produces the first ever X Games in 3D Posted: 10/09/2012
Sony produces the first ever X Games in 3D

IBC, Amsterdam, 7 September 2012 (Hall 12, stand 12.A10) Sony has announced that since the launch of its 3D-capable BRAVIA TV, it has worked with ESPN to produce X Games Los Angeles 2012 in 3D. ESPN is the largest sports cable channel in the United States and a division of The Walt Disney Corporation. Before collaborating together to produce the X Games in 3D, ESPN has previously worked with Sony to produce some of the worlds most famous sporting events including the FIFA World Cup, NCAA football, NBA matches and the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. These programs are available to more than 60 million homes in the United States via Comcast Xfinity TV, Bright House Networks, Verizon FioS TV, DIRECTV and Time Warner Cable.

Tags: Sony | IBC | IBC2012 | X Games | BRAVIA | ESPN | IBC 2012 | IBC 2012
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