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Sony Hdr-mv1 | Music Video Recorder

Sony have unveiled the HDR-MV1, a camcorder aimed for musicians, perfect for recording band rehearsals, practice sessions, and live gigs. The device allows musicians to record pro-quality sound and videos in full high-definition, with dynamic studio-quality sound and transfer them easily to the web. It features a 120-degree X-Y stereo microphone, a speaker and a 2.7-inch LCD for checking recordings, plus built-in Wi-Fi, Micro SD slot, and a Carl Zeiss lens. The HD camera records at 1080/30p and allows you to connect microphones or instruments to the device. Put simply, every artist should have one.

The HDR-MV1 will be available from November at amazon for $300.




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