- The HDR-CX106E has a particularly large hard drive, which has a capacity of 80 gigabytes and can fit up to 33 hours of film.
- If that’s not enough, you can also use Sony’s own memory card, the Memory Stick Duo.
- The CX106 has a 10x optical zoom, which is protected against camera shake by an image stabilizer.
- Pivoting touchscreen and automatic functionsThe monitor of the Sony HDR-XR106E measures 2.7 inches diagonally and is resolved into 211,200 pixels.
- This resolution is on average good and can for example not keep up with the resolution of current monitors of compact cameras.
- For automatically successful shots, the integrated face recognition and the ‘dynamic range optimization’ provide: It is used to ensure that scenes in the background of bright light prevails – for example, backlit scenes – well-exposed shot.
- The sound is recorded as 5.1 surround sound from a zoom microphone.
- An external microphone or headphone unfortunately can not be connected.
- That once again no external microphone can be connected, however, is very regrettable and is perceived by many videographers as a real drawback.
- The film and photo quality is good, the colors are true to nature.
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If that's not enough, you can also use Sony's own memory card, the Memory Stick Duo.
The CX106 has a 10x optical zoom, which is protected against...
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