The Sony HVR-V1U HDV camcorder, the world's first 1080p24 HDV acquisition tool. The HVR-V1U camcorder, along with the optional companion HVR-DR60 HDV Hard Drive Recorder represents the latest addition to Sony's tremendously popular line of professional HDV products, & does NOT replace any of the existing camcorders.
The HVR-V1U camcorder provides affordable HD acquisition by offering true 1080p image capture in a small camcorder form factor. Three ClearVid CMOS Sensors, combined with Sony's 14-bit Enhanced Image Processor, create an exceptional camcorder capable of capturing images at 1080p24, 1080p30, & 1080 60i.
All video is processed at 1920x1080 at 60p in full 4:2: 2, for optimum picture quality. In the 1080 24p mode, the images are scanned at the full 1080 lines, & 2:3 pull down is added and recorded to the 60i HDV tape.
From SD to HD, & 24p to 60i, Sony's HVR-V1U & HVR-DR60 offer an extremely versatile, high-quality production package for video professionals. Combining affordable & reliable tape archiving with file-based, edit-friendly clip recording in the field, the HVR-V1U & HVR-DR60 come together to provide a truly practical solution for independent cinematographers, corporate producers, educational users, small-market broadcasters, & wedding videographers, to name just a few.
HVR-V1U Cinema Applications:• 24p Capture
• Cinematone Gamma & Cinematone Color, with 3D-LUT (Lookup Table), to Match Film Stock
• 1/48 Shutter
• Focus Feet Display
• Shutter Degree Display
• Matte Box Attachment
Some of the Advatages of the Pro HVR-V1U:
Progressive Scan, with 24p & 30p Video Capture, Interval Recording, Color Bar Patterns with Tone, Camera Profile+MS Settings (vs. Cam only), Quick Record Function, 3 Smooth Slow Record modes (vs. One), 2 Exposure Type modes (vs. One), i.LINK External REC Control, Variable Outdoor White Balance, Hours Meter, Date Recording, Last Scene Review, Shot Transition Start Timer, Shot Transition Rec. Synchro, Cinematone Color,
2 Cinematone Gamma Settings (vs. One), HyperGain, Knee Point, Black Stretch/Compress, Selectable Setup Level, Digital Downconvert with Squeeze, Letterbox, & Edge Crop (vs. Squeeze/LB only), Simultaneous Use of EVF and LCD, Selectable Color & B/W EVF (vs. Color only), All Display Off Function, Focus Display in Ft. & Meters (vs. Meters only), Shutter Speed Display in Second & Degrees (vs. Second only).
Aspect Ratio (4:3/13:9/14:9/15:9) in EVF, Safety Zone Markers in EVF, All Scan Mode, Selectable Bar/Number Zoom Display (vs. Bar only), DVCAM REC/PLAY Capability, 8-Level Skin Tone Detail, Phantom MIC Power, LEFT/RIGHT Separate Audio REC Level Adjustment, XLR Manual GAIN, LEVEL & WIND settings.
Peaking Level Indicator, with User Selectable White/Red/Yellow, Selectable Auto/Manual Expanded Focus Off Mode, Separate AUDIO AGC Selection, Audio Limiter, Audio Lock Mode, TC Link, Timecode Reset Function.
|Image Device||1/4-inch type x3, ClearVid CMOS Sensors|
|Lens||High quality 20X Optical Zoom Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Lens
Extra-low dispersion Glass
37.4mm to 748mm (35mm equivalent)
Filter diameter 62mm
|Picture Elements||Total pixels: approx. 1.12M pixels
Effective pixels: approx. 1.04M pixels
|2 Built-in Filters||ND1: ¼ and ND2: 1/16|
|Video Signal System||NTSC color system|
|Scanning System||1080/60p 4:2:2|
|Shutter speed||¼ to 1/10000 sec|
|Connectors||A/V, Component Output, XLR IN (x2), i.LINK, LANC, Headphone stereo mini.
USB port, MemoryStick DUO port
|Minimum Illumination||4 lux @ 18db, F1.6, normal shutter|
|Viewfinder||Hybrid Precision 16:9 Color & B/W Selectable
Approx. 250,000 pixel
|Audio||DV/DVCAM Rec. 48KHz/16 bit, 32KHz 12 bit
HDV Rec.: MPEG-1 Audio Layer II
|Provided Microphone||ECM-NV1 Microphone|
|Speaker||16mm built-in dynamic|
|LCD panel||Hard-Coat Anti-Reflection 16:9 3.5" type, 211K pixels (approx.)|
|Format||HDV/DVCAM/DV (SP) recording, HDV/DVCAM/DV (SP) playback|
|Recording Time||Max. 60 min with HDV, 40 minutes in DVCAM, & 60 min. in DV (SP)|
|Weight (Camera only)||1.5 Kg (3 lbs., 6 oz.)|
|Dimensions||131mm W x 184mm H x 323mm D|
|Power consumption||6.8W with VF or LCD on|