HVR-V1U Digital HD Video Camera Recorder www.sony.com/HDV...
Available at a price comparable to Sony DVCAM handheld camcorders, the HVR-V1U offers new creative shooting opportunities to both the HD and SD worlds. Please contact your nearest Sony office or authorized dealer for a listing of compatible nonlinear editors.
HD formats. recording at approximately 25 Mb/s, which is the same data Although not used in Sony HDV products, the HDV format also defines the HDV 720p rate as the DVCAM/DV format, enabling a long recording specification, which features 720 effective scanning lines (progressive scanning system).
SQ=Sqeeze, EC=Edge Crop, LB=Letter Box 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...
Creative Shooting Features of the HVR-V1U Camcorder Interval Recording Shot Transition Function Interval recording is a unique function that records signals at The Shot Transition function allows for smooth automatic pre-determined intervals (longer than 30 seconds) for scene transitions. After an operator has programmed a shot’s pre-determined durations (longer than 0.5 seconds).
Up to six different picture-tonal settings can be saved in the memory with custom 12-character names as picture profiles Using the TC LINK function, the time code of the HVR-V1U on the HVR-V1U and displayed on the LCD monitor at the can be synchronized with another camcorder such as the touch of a button.
Ergonomic Design On-handle Zoom Lever and Rec Start/Stop Button The design of the HVR-V1U is based on years of Sony experience in camera ergonomics, and In order to facilitate zoom control and recording provides ease of use and operational comfort.
HVR-V1U and other HDMI-equipped the right side of the HVR-V1U's rear panel where they do devices, such as consumer HDTV monitors, via a not get in the way of camera operations during shooting.
The 24p (progressive scan) images captured with the HVR-V1U are recorded captured by the camera, using a compatible nonlinear using a method that allows them to be viewed on existing Sony HDV (60i) devices. Two recording modes can be selected depending on your editing requirements.
Gamma Characteristics Cinematone Color “OFF” Cinematone Color “ON” Easy Operation for Cinematographers Normal The HVR-V1U can display setting values in a format that film camera operators are familiar with. Input (%) ❚ Focal Length Display in Meters or Feet Normal Gamma...
Reliable Recording and Archiving Via its i.LINK connection, the HVR-DR60 Hard Disk Recording Unit developed by Sony allows recording of HDV 1080i signals The HVR-DR60 offers a hybrid recording function, in which video from a compatible HDV camcorder, or DV signals from a and audio material is recorded simultaneously to the hard disk compatible DVCAM camcorder.
Consequently, if the 3G sensor temporarily interrupts disk writes, video footage is not lost. On the LCD monitor and viewfinder of the HVR-V1U, the operational status of the HVR-DR60 – such as connection, Thanks to such advanced technologies, the HVR-DR60 should...
System Diagram ECM-673 NP-F970/F770/F570* UWP-C1 HVL-LBP HVR-DR60 (on cold shoe) VF-62CPK AC-VQ1050B VCL-HG0862K HVR-V1U (on LCD monitor) SH-L35WBP Battery adapter for HVL-LBP VCT-1BP HVR-DR60 UWP-C1 VCT-PG11RMB *The NP-F570 is not available for the HVL-LBP . Dimensions 12 3/4 (323) 5 1/4 (132)
Accessories A range of accessories for the HVR-V1U broadens shooting opportunities. HVL-LBP LED Light ❚ Brightness of 600 lx (1 m), life of approx. 10,000 hours (whole unit), and power consumption of 16 W ❚ Ideal for wide-angle shooting ❚...
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