Released January, 2008
The Pros:Video quality is full HD and crystal clear, very detailed. Surround sound microphone captures a 3D sense of the environment. Menus are very simple, and a one-button "easy" function automatically sets everything.
The Cons:Slow motion feature dramatically reduces video quality.
The HDR-UX10 is a camcorder from Sony that can record to DVD format. It features a 2.3 megapixel CMOS sensor that captures 1920x1080 quality video and is equipped with a 4 megapixel still photo sensor, and has BIONZ and Exor technology for optimal image processing.
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The camera records to DVD media but can also record to Memory Stick Duo Pro. The lens is capable of 15x optical zoom and 180x digital zoom, and is manufactured by Zeiss. The camera also features face-detection software to auto-caliberate focus, exposure and color for up to 8 faces in the frame. The camera is equipped with USB 2.0 and HDMI interfaces.
- 2.3 megapixel CMOS sensor
- 1920x1080 resolution
- 4 megapixel still photo sensor
- BIONZ and Exor technology
- Records to DVD -R/-RW/+RW/+RDL
- Records to Memory Stick Duo Pro
- Zeiss lens with 15x optical zoom
- Face-detection software
- 5.1 channel audio recording
- HD/SD switchable
- USB 2.0 and HDMI interfaces
User Reviews (1)
video quality is full HD and crystal clear, very detailed
surround sound microphone captures a 3D sense of the environment
menus are very simple, and a one-button "easy" function automatically sets everything
can take photos while recording video
"night shot" function gets sharp and clear images
file transfers to PC are easy and fast, automated by the software or you can just drag/drop
slow motion feature dramatically reduces video quality
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