Sony HVR-V 1 E
- For more complex professional tasks, the simply trimmed operating concept is a bit awkward to handle.
- Since this technique is still in its infancy, it should not be the cheapest device.
- During the shooting, the first impression was very positive.
- The controls are very ergonomically arranged and we got along quickly with the operation.
- The only drawback is the uncovered wide-angle range of the lens.
- In the evening then the assessment of the made recordings.
- Quickly showed the high quality of the HD recordings made with the HDR-V1.
- Especially if you are not used to it, it is really a pleasure to see recordings with such a high resolution.
- In addition, it also meets the “usual” criteria for quality such as contrast and Farbtreue- or
- Our conclusion: a really very nice device, not cheap, but considering the still young technology and the great execution a buy tip.
- HOW THE HVR-Z1 is astonishing the excellent contrast processing, which is amazingly close to the drawing of much more expensive HDCAM camera heads.
- Some amateur will also be pleased about the in almost all light conditions large depth of field.
- VIDEOAKTIV had a first look at a pre-production device – and discovered some surprising things.
- Differences Z 1 and V 1 From Z 1 the price V 1 first differs.
Sony HVR-V1 Review (HVR V1E)
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Sony HVR V1E 1080i tests and shots
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