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Simon Wyndham April 16th, 2007 04:44 AM

New Sony full size shoulder mounted HDV camera
http://www.dvuser.co.uk/content.php?CID=158 Scroll down and there's a photo. Looks like a DSR250, but is in fact a new shoulder mount HDV camera that takes the new full size HDV tapes.

Greg Boston April 16th, 2007 09:30 AM

Wow Simon, that one got by me. I've been busy looking at the XDCAM stuff and didn't see anything else but then...why would I. (grin)


Craig Irving April 16th, 2007 10:11 AM

Where can I find info on these new full-size HDV tapes?

Ivan Snoeckx April 16th, 2007 10:21 AM

Here you go:

Sony DigitalMaster Tapes

Hope this helps!

Craig Irving April 16th, 2007 10:28 AM

Since these tapes are physically larger, are there any decks supporting these new tapes or do new decks have to be created?

Ivan Snoeckx April 16th, 2007 10:38 AM

There are 3 decks that can play/record on standard and mini tapes.


The HVR-M10U can only play/record on mini tapes.

Sony HDV VTR's

Hope this helps!

Craig Irving April 16th, 2007 11:00 AM

Weird. I jumped to the assumption that this was new technology, but I guess I'm behind. =)

Steve Connor April 16th, 2007 11:41 AM

ermm.... hello guys you are missing the point about this camera entirely.

It's solid state! It's an HVX killer - it does variable frame rates from 1-60fps, it's got 3 proper 1/2 HD chips, it records in 18, 25 and 35mb modes exactly the same as the 350 XDCam camera. Uses cheaper Express cards for storage, which can be read by all new Mac and Sony laptops. All the formats are supported by NLE's already.

Sony kept this one quiet!

Craig Irving April 16th, 2007 11:48 AM

No we're not. You're just confusing it with the XDCam EX model that Sony just announced.

We're discussing the HDV model.

Steve Connor April 16th, 2007 11:52 AM

OK in my excitement I didn't scroll down that far!!!

The new camera was such a shock I didn't go any further. You're right it looks like a 250

Craig Irving April 16th, 2007 11:58 AM

Yeah there's a lot of excitement around the XDCam EX model. It looks amazing. That said, I'd love to hear more people reporting on this HDV model.

Specifically the price-point, since it would appear to me as though the two models would be very closely priced.

Feature-wise though, I'd love to know what this new HDV model offers over the V1U.

Steve Benner April 16th, 2007 01:29 PM

I've got to say...Sony has finally impressed me...then again, no other camera company released anything in the Prosumer range this year.

Boyd Ostroff April 16th, 2007 03:21 PM

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I just took some photos. The Sony booth is really packed, it's hard to get a good look at anything. But if you note the display card next to the camera, it seems like this is more of a work in progress than an actual product at this point....

Tyson Perkins April 16th, 2007 05:21 PM

I wonder what we are looking at price wise for this cam?

Does anyone have an kind of guesses for the price range of the whole new xdcam series?

Boyd Ostroff April 16th, 2007 07:10 PM

Tyson, I think the shoulder mounted HDV camera is more of a concept than an actual product. To the best of my knowledge they haven't announced availability or price range. As you can see from the placard above, they haven't even decided what size sensors it will have.

I just attended Sony's presentation the XDCAM EX. They said it would be available "by the end of the year" and cost "less than $8,000."

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