Sony Webbie HD MHS-CM1
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Full HD 1440x1080. Inexpensive.
The Cons:Uses expensive Sony memory sticks.
The Sony Webbie HD MHS-CM1 is a pocket-sized high definition camera from Sony's 2009 lineup that is designed ultra compact and lightweight, at only 7 ounces. The camera features a 5 megapixel CMOS sensor to take 5 megapixel still images and record high definition footage in MP4 format.
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It records directly to Memory Stick PRO Duo media and includes pre-installed PMB portable software to make transferring and sharing easy without the need for a computer. The MHS-CM1 has a slim horizontal design with a 2.5" LCD display that automatically powers on the camera when it is opened and swivels 270 degrees for easy self-recording. The camera also has an integrated LED video light and 5 scene selection modes for recording in all types of lighting. It is capable of 5x optical and 20x digital zoom as well as stereo audio recording. The MHS-CM1 is available in silver, eggplant, or orange, and is powered by a lithium ion battery for up to 85 minutes of battery life.
- 5-megapixel still images
- High definition MP4 video recording (1440 x 1080/30 p)
- 5x optical and 20x digital zoom
- 2.5" LCD display that swivels 270 degrees
- Auto power-on when LCD is opened
- Stereo audio recording
- 5 scene selection modes
- Integrated LED video light
- PMB Portable Software
- Memory Stick PRO Duo media slot
- Lithium Ion battery for up to 85 minutes battery life
- USB port and multi-AV terminal
- Slim horizontal design fits in palm
- Ultra compact 1.7"W x 2.4"H
- Lightweight at only 7 oz.
- Available in silver, eggplant, or orange
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Uses expensive Sony memory sticks.
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