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Thursday, October 10, 2013
Sony Introduces Full HD Video Camera That Records LPCM Audio


Sony's new HDR-MV1 "Music Video Recorder" portable video camera focuses on audio recording in the uncompressed linear PCM format.

Available n Japan next month for about 30,000 yen ($307), the full HD (1920x1080/30p) compliant video camera is able to record audio in uncompressed linear PCM or AAC. The camera uses a 120-degree X-Y stereo microphone built-in optimized to record live performances in high fidelity.

The camera also packs Sony's 1/2.3 Exmor R CMOS image sensor with 16.8 million pixels (8.4 million pixels effective), F2.8 Carl Zeiss "Tessar" lens, Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. It supports Memory Stick Micro, microSD/SDHC/SDXC storage options. A 2.7-inch LCD display (230K pixels) is placed on the side of the camera's body.


Model HDR-MV1
Image sensor Type 1/2.3 "Exmor R" CMOS sensor
Total pixels 16.8 million pixels
Effective pixels 8.4 million pixels (16:9)
Lens Lens Carl Zeiss "Tessar"
F-measure F2.8
Recorder /
Player
Video recording MP4: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Audio recording MPEG-4 Linear PCM (48kHz/16bit),
MPEG-4 AAC-LC 2ch (48kHz/128kbps)
Video recording 1920 × 1080/30P, 1280 × 720/30P
Internal recording media capacity -
Recording Media Memory Stick Micro (MARK2),
Micro SD / SDHC / SDXC memory card
AudioFeatures Audio only recording mode (no video) Linear PCM (WAV)
Recording capability LINE IN (audio only), low-cut filter (audio only)
System NFC One-touch remote, one-touch sharing (video only)
Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz band)
High Definition output HDMI output (optional HDMI micro terminal cable)
USB port multi / micro USB connector
Line-in Microphone input, integrated into the line input terminal stereo mini jack
Microphone, speaker 120 ° XY stereo system single directional microphone, mono speaker
Power consumption (during video recording) MP4: 2.1W
Battery NP-BX1 (included)
Continuous shooting time About 2 hours
Weight About 165g (battery included)
Dimensions About 116.5 (W) × 70.5 (height) × 27.0 (D) mm




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