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Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Sony Action Cam HDR-AS20 Released In Europe


Sony has j announced the successor to last year's Action Cam HDR-AS30V, the Action Cam HDR-AS20, which is coming to Europe starting from July 2014.

The camera features a wide-angle ZEISS Tessar lens with a 170° field of view (120° with SteadyShot on) that’s close to human vision. Camera shake’s kept in check by SteadyShot that reduces judder and vibration when you’re hurtling down a pock-marked bike trail or buffeted by wind and waves. There’s also a stereo microphone.

Inside the camera there is a back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor that captures Full HD video and still photos (up to 28Mbps bit-rate recording), even at dusk.

Built-in Wi-Fi connects Action Cam with the wearable RM-LVR1 Live-View Remote. Available as an optional extra, this waterproofed wrist-mount accessory makes it easy to check shots and control up to five cameras with Action Cam mounted in hard-to-reach places like your surfboard or a helmet.

Battery life’s even longer than its predecessor, letting you shoot non-stop video footage for a 130 minutes with Wi-Fi on (150 mins with Wi-Fi off).

Image sensor

1/2.3 type (7.77mm) back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with 11.9 megapixels (effective, approx.)

Image processor

BIONZ

Video formats

MP4: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264

Video mode (resolution)

PS: 1920 x 1080 60p/50p

HQ: 1920 x 1080 30p/25p

STD: 1280 x 720 30p/25p

SLOW: 1280 x 720 60p/-

SSLOW: 1280 x 720 120p/-

VGA: 640 x 480 30p/25p

Lens type

ZEISS Tessar® F2.8

Focal Length (35mm equivalent)

SteadyShot OFF: 15.3mm (170°)

SteadyShot ON: 21.3mm (120°)

Image stabilisation

Electronic SteadyShot

Multi Camera Control

Up to 5 units

Scene modes

Auto/Underwater

GPS

No

USB charging

Yes

Multi/Micro USB Terminal

Yes (supports Micro USB compatible device)

Wi-Fi

Yes

NFC

No

Dimensions (W x H x D) (including supplied battery)

Approx. 24.5mm x 47.0mm x 82.0mm

Media card compatibility

Memory Stick Micro™ (Mark 2)

Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card (Class 4 or higher)

Weight (main unit only)

Approx. 58g

Weight (with supplied battery)

Approx. 83g (with NP-BX1 supplied battery)

Supplied accessories

Rechargeable Battery Pack (NP-BX1)

Micro USB Cable

Operating Guide

Waterproof Case (SPK-AS2)

Adhesive Mount (VCT-AM1)





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