Hong Kong Tech Phooey

a tech junkie from Hong Kong

Review – Sony Handycam HDR-SR7/E


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Awesome pics from Mobile01

Read this review from Mobile01 yesterday. Forgot to post it up. Saw the full-page advertisement on Apple Daily today and it reminded me to do so. First, let’s look at the specs.

  • Offering the industry’s largest hard disk capacity of up to 60GB, which can record high definition video up to 22 hours 50 mins
  • Using the AVCHD 1080i scanning lines system, at a resolution of 1,440 x 1,080 pixels
  • Built-in Sony 1/2.9″ ClearVid CMOS Sensor (3.2 mega pixels) and Enhanced Imaging Processor
  • Compatible with x.v.Colour technology which is approximately doubles the range of sRGB colours that can be reproduced and assures for supremely life-like colour reproduction
  • Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® T* Lens (Filter Diameter: 37mm)
  • Complement with 5.1 channel Surround Sound recording, users can indulge in an immersive experience of sights and sounds during playback
  • Can captures up to 6.1 mega pixels of still imagesEquipped with Dual Recording and Smooth Slow Recording functions
  • With brand new Face Index and Film Roll Index for easy search of scenes
  • 2.7 inch 211k dots Clear Photo Touch Panel LCD Plus, for accurate control of recording
  • HDMI Transmittion
  • Supplied with Handycam® Station (with “One Touch DVD Burn” button)
  • Zoom: 10x Optical / 20x Digital
  • Super NightShot®
  • Dimension:75 x 81 x 144mm
  • Weight:530g

The list goes on and on, well, you know Sony products. The price lag on this little monster, HK$11980 listed (~US$1,540). For the English review from Mobile01, click here; for the Chinese review, here and the link to the official product page from SonyStyle here.

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July 13, 2007 - Posted by | Cameras/Camcorders, Gadgets n Gizmos, Review, SONY |

3 Comments »

  1. I am an Aussie, and was considering buying the Sony HDR-SR7 from China, and was wondering what exactly the E at the of HDR-SR7E was for?

    I had a look around the internet and didn’t find any good solid facts, some people believe its European (PAL) version which i don’t believe and others believe it is a cut down version, in which case i would like to know exactly whats cut out and if its disabled and i able to enable it?

    Comment by Matt | December 29, 2007 | Reply

  2. Not sure either. Think safest is to check the specs. My guess is just for model identification, US/Euro/Asia.

    Comment by hongkongphooey | December 29, 2007 | Reply

  3. I wanted to buy the same camera of you and i got a lot of info in China,coz i wanted to buy it there.
    The SR7E is the PAL version and works only for pal Tv or multistandard Tv, the SR7 without E is the NTSC version.
    That is for sure.

    Comment by Lestat | January 7, 2008 | Reply


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