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HVR-HD1000E
1/2.9-inch ClearVid CMOS sensor HDV
camcorder recording HD / SD
Overview
Digital HD Video Camcorder
The HVR-HD1000E has been created to meet the growing demand from users who are
looking for an entry-level professional shoulder mount design with full 1080i HDV
recording as well as retaining DV capabilities.
The HVR-HD1000E's shoulder-mount design and black matte body is similar to that of
other professional camcorders; making it perfect for weddings, corporate
communications and sporting events where appearance can make a big difference.
The ergonomically balanced shoulder mount design also reduces operator fatigue on
long shoots where a tripod might not be practical.
As well as offering high definition HDV 1080i recording, the HVR-HD1000E features a
built-in down converter to output DV content - ideal for standard DVD productions. It
can also record natively in DV, including a Long Play DV mode for maximum flexibility.
For multi-tasking videographers, the HVR-HD1000E also features three special still
photo modes - ideal for producing DVD cases and even making wedding photo albums.
Whether you are recording weddings and corporate communications or teaching
students, the HVR-HD1000E is simply the best choice on the market today for an entry
level, shoulder mount professional camcorder.
Record HD on inexpensive miniDV 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 colour 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 popular HDV format for HD recording.
The HDV format allows you to shoot approximate 63 minutes of HD video on a miniDV
cassette tape.*
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.
* 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.
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Full Compatibility with your Current DV System
If you don't want to upgrade your existing NLE system to HD, or simply want the
option to work in DV, the HVR-HD1000E has a down-conversion feature that outputs
converted DV signals through the i.LINK connector* to your current DV non-linear
editing system, while also retaining a HD master on the tape for future use.
Furthermore, the HVR-HD1000E offers a DV recording mode (4:3 or 16:9**), which can
provide a recording time of approximately 120 minutes in LP mode.***
* 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.
** Squeezed recording.
*** 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 which do not support Sony LP mode.
Nonlinear acquisition with HVR-DR60
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.
Easy to use
The shoulder-mount design of the HVR-HD1000E is lightweight and easy to use even
for beginners, it allows for easy balance and stable operation.
Capture stills and video
To further enhance the multi-tasking of hard-working videographers, the HVR-HD1000E
offers three still mode options that could be used to capture images for a DVD cover
or even wedding album;
- 1.2-megapixel 1440x810 pixel images taken from playback of standard HDV footage
- 4.6 megapixel 16:9 aspect photos captured while simultaneously shooting HDV
- 6.1 megapixel 2838x2136 4:3 aspect images shot when not recording video footage.
Please see Features section for more information.
Features
1/2.9-inch ClearVid CMOS SensorTM
The next generation of Sony imaging sensor, the ClearVid CMOS Sensor 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.
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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 with Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonner T* lens
The HVR-HD1000E camcorder can adapt to a wide range of shooting situations thanks
to 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 colours for professional-looking results.
Super SteadyShotTM (Optical) Image Stabilizer
An active optical lens system avoids any deterioration in image quality. The lens itself
shifts vertically and horizontally to compensate for the polarized light axis in real time.
Wide Clear Photo LCD plusTM Monitor on Viewfinder
A large, freely rotating 2.7-inch type LCD screen is located on the top of the viewfinder