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Thread: My newest toy..




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    It's a 3 chip Sony DSR-PD150P DVcam with three 380K pixels 1/3" CCD's.

    It has SuperSteadyShot and Autofocus, 12x optical zoom and 48x digital zoom, and 530 TV lines of horizontal resolution..

    (The Capturing/Editing software I use is Adobe Premiere 6.5)

    Camera Main specs:

    LCD: TFT Active matrix, 2.5" 200.000 pixels

    Lens: 12:1 variable speed zoom lens
    6,0 - 72,0mm Filter diameter = 58 mm

    Imaging device: Prism mounted 3-chip 1/3" Interline-transfer (IT) 380.000 pixels CCD's

    Shutter speed: 1/4 to 1/10.000 sec

    Minimum illumination: 2 Lux

    Horizontal resolution: 500 Tv Lines

    Filters: ND-1 and ND-2 (1/4 and 1/32)

    Viewfinder: Pro. B&W 180.000 dot 500 lines hor.res. Zebra Pattern

    Audio Signal: Rec : 48KHz / 16-bit, 32KHz / 12-bit
    Playback : 48KHz / 16-bit, 32KHz / 12-bit

    Built-in microphone: Mono High quality Shotgun directional

    Built-in Speaker: Dynamic Speaker

    I'm damn pleased with it and it does shoot some high quality stuff.. :)
    Sorry for the low quality pics but I had no other way of taking a picture than using my webcam.. And yes the camcorder gives me somewhat better quality.. lol

    Now if only the ordered Nforce2 system could show up so I can test out how sweet it runs Premiere when editing..


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    Better pic from the web.

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    Wow... That's a damn fine camera... I'm impressed. Now you can make some movies for TT too! :)

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    Wow nice camera :D

    Yeah I have a Panasonic ***** (somthing) DV camera. I have recorded numerous shanigans such as friends boxing, explosions... :), abuse of caffeine, etc. Fun stuff! Plus when I beat my friend with a big plastic candycane to try out rotoscoping and making a lightsaber (that was fun :). Well yeah cameras are good for comedy, and sometimes serious stuff, but who needs to be serious when you can hit your friend in the head with a shovel, and get it on camera ;). I am sure many of you have seen that video
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    impressive looking camera :thumb: .

    what was the cost of that monster?

    i have this sony one that is really old. cause i am a bad camera man(shaky hands). + i am not a fan of filming.

    enjoy ur new gadget.
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