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Sony Announced HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder
      #45223 - 09/04/13 06:17 PM

Sony has announced a new camcorder concept designed and engineered specifically for musicians - the HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder. From stage to web, the video camera lets artists shoot and share every performance with superb Full HD image quality and dynamic studio-quality sound. Here's more info:

Ideal for band rehearsals, practice sessions and live gigs, Sony's new camcorder records CD-quality audio in uncompressed Linear PCM or internet-ready AAC. The slim, portable MV1 music video recorder captures every detail of musical performances - from soloists and groups, to orchestras and bands - in rich audio with its 120-degree X-Y stereo microphone that can be tuned for clear, undistorted recordings. Adding versatility, external microphones or instruments can be directly connected to the device and there's also a convenient speaker on-board so users can check their recordings instantly.

To complement its superior audio capabilities, the Music Video Recorder offers Full 19201080/30p HD video. Its back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor allows for a sharp picture even in dimly-lit clubs or recording studios. And the wide-angle 120-degree Carl Zeiss lens takes in the whole scene so no one in the band gets left out of the action, perfect for cramped rehearsal spaces as well as expansive stages.

The HDR-MV1 camcorder features Audio Lip Sync to ensure that music stays precisely matched to the video playback, with no lag, and a vibrant 2.7" color LCD to allow frame checking or adjusting. The camera also offers manual or auto audio level control with an on-screen meter to monitor the input levels and modify for diverse environments.

Built-in Wi-Fi works with Sony's free PlayMemories Mobile application that allows users to instantly share their Music Video Recorder content to a smartphone or tablet for easy upload. The Wi-Fi connection also allows control of the camera with any compatible device, for start/stop recording as well as to select movie/audio modes. And with NFC support, it's even easier to make a one-touch connection to Xperia phones, tablets and other compatible Android devices.

The new HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder from Sony will be available in December for a suggested retail price of $299.99. The camcorder and its accessories will be sold at, Sony retail stores and other authorized retailers nationwide.


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