Sony's Handycam HDR-XR260 Camcorder In Hands

8/27/2012 9:40:21 PM

With advanced features and equipment such as 29.8mm wide angle lens, Full-HD recording at 60 fps, 30x Optical Zoom, anti-shocking, 8.9 Megapixel still photos, Exmor R sensor which helps to record under weak light condition and integrated microphone using Digital 5.1 channel surround sound, etc., Handycam HDR-XR260 is a prominent candidate aiming at entertainment of youngsters and families.

Description: Sony’s Handycam HDR-XR260

Sony’s Handycam HDR-XR260

Using XR260VE is convenient because it is equipped with a microphone using Digital 5.1 channel surround sound so there is no need for removable microphone (although the camcorder is equipped with the microphone slot. This microphone is quite big and located in the front, right under the lens. It spreads from this side to other and covers the whole bottom path of the camcorder, allowing recording more sounds from different directions. Additionally, the hand strap of the right path contains a small USB to connect to a computer and transfer the images, videos and even charge the battery without inserting an individual cable. It is convenient for far-away trip and you do not have to bring the cable with you.

The screen size is 3 inches, sensitive-touch and can be rotated to the front so that you can record yourself. The control buttons are located on the body and battery paths, which is convenient to take action with your thumb and index finger. You can take photos while recording by pressing the “Photo” button on the top path. Mode button is to switch the photo and video modes. In photo mode, you press slightly on the Photo button to auto-focus and press it all to take the photo at 8.9 MP resolution.

Description: The screen size is 3 inches, sensitive-touch and can be rotated to the front

The screen size is 3 inches, sensitive-touch and can be rotated to the front

The internal memory is strength of HDR-XR260. It uses the HDD with the capacity of 160GB. This is a large capacity; if you choose the HD recording, it can save 65 hours of video.

It has RRP of $761 and 2-year warranty. The accessories include a charge wire, a charger, A/V cable, USB cable, Mini-HDMI to HDMI cable and a manual.

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