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Sony Corporation, commonly referred to as Sony, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, Japan and the world's fifth largest media conglomerate. Sony is one of the leading manufacturers of electronics, products for the consumer and professional markets.

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Recover videos from Sony DCR-VX1000

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The VX1000, was the first digital consumer MiniDV camcorder. It is also widely used by professional skateboarding filmers, so much that Century Optics designed the Mk 1 fisheye lens just for the vx1000. The vx1000 has been said to be able to produce excellent daytime colors.

 

Recover video files from Sony DCR-TRV900/DSRPD100 camcorder

These models gained wide scale popularity among skateboard filmers when paired with century optics mk1 or mk2.
Sony DCR-VX2000 & Sony DSR-PD150

The VX2000/PD150 sister models improved on the VX1000 in low light sensitivity and added LCD screen. Both models have 1/3" CCD sensors while the PD150 has XLR audio inputs and independent iris and gain controls.

 

Undelete video files from Sony DCR-TRV950/Sony DSR-PDX10

The VX2100/PD170 improved on the VX2000/PD150 models with low light sensitivy of 1 lux, improved LCD screen, and 24 iris increments from 12.

Repair videos on Sony HDR-HC1 camcorder

The Sony HDR-HC1, was the first HDV CMOS camcorder to support 1080i. The CMOS sensor has a resolution of 1920×1440 for digital still pictures and captures video at 1440×1080 interlaced, which is the resolution defined for HDV 1080i. The camera may also use the extra pixels for digital image stabilization.

The camcorder can also convert the captured HDV data to DV data for editing the video using non-linear editing systems which do not support HDV or for creating edits which are viewable on non-HDTV television sets.

The HVR-A1 is the prosumer version of the HDR-HC1, having a few more manual controls, as well as XLR ports.

 

Restore video files from Sony HDR-HC5 camcorder

The Sony HDR-HC5, was the third DV tape HDV CMOS camcorder to support 1080i. The 1/3 CMOS sensor has a resolution of 2MP and interlaced 4MP for digital still pictures and captures video at 1440×1080 interlaced, which is the resolution defined for HDV 1080i. The camera may also use the extra pixels for digital image stabilization. Digital photos can be stored on Memory Stick. Minimum Light to operate on is 2Lux.

The camcorder can also convert the captured HDV data to DV data for editing the video using non-linear editing systems which do not support HDV or for creating edits which are viewable on non-HDTV television sets.

 

Recover files from Sony HDR-HC7 camcorder

The Sony HDR-HC7, was another DV tape HDV CMOS camcorder to support 1080i. The 1/2.9 CMOS sensor has a resolution of 3MP and interlaced 6.1MP for digital still pictures and captures video at 1440×1080 interlaced, which is the resolution defined for HDV 1080i. The camera differs from the HC5 by including a manual focus wheel, mic and headphone jacks, and a slightly larger imaging sensor, producing 3200K gross pixels versus the 2100K gross pixels of the HC5. The HC7 also sports Sony's Super SteadyShot Optical Image Stabilization System. Digital photos can be stored on Memory Stick. Minimum Light to operate on is 2Lux.

The camcorder can also convert the captured HDV data to DV data for editing the video using non-linear editing systems which do not support HDV or for creating edits which are viewable on non-HDTV television sets.

Sony released the HD1000, the shouldermount version of the HC7. Advantages of the HD1000 (over HC7) include much more stable off-tripod footage with the shouldermount full-size zoom control while shouldermount custom ring to manually control the focusing, exposure (iris and gain), zoom, or shutter speed ability to mount a large video light on its front coldshoe ability to mount wireless audio on its rear coldshoe, and more. Video file recovery software can recover videos, recover video files from this and many camcorder models automatically.

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Recover videos from Sony HDR-FX1 camcorder

The Sony HDR-FX1, was the first HDV 3CCD camcorder which supported 1080i (1440 X 1080 resolution with 4:2:0 color sampling). The Sony HVR-Z1U is the "professional" version of this camera with additional features such as balanced XLR audio inputs, DVCAM recording, and extended DSP capabilities (i.e. cine/gamma controls).
Cineframe

The FX1 offers Cineframe shooting modes at 30 and 24 frames per second. The camera is still using an interlaced image but extracts progressive images from individual fields by doubling them. The 30fps and 24fps do not offer the same resolution as true progressive scanning but may nonetheless be useful for recording progressive images without interlacing. Furthermore, the 24fps Cineframe shooting mode does not offer the same resolution, or motion cadence as true 24fps progressive scanning.

It does not shoot at 24 frames per second.

The HDR-FX1 includes three 1/3-inch 16:9 1.12 Megapixel gross CCDs. Each CCD measures 960 x 1080 pixels. The HDR-FX1 also includes a 12x optical Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens, a 3.5-inch LCD screen, a zoom ring, focus ring, and an iris / aperture ring.

When the audio mode of HDR-FX1/HDR-FX1E camcorder is switched to the 16-bit setting (in DV mode), and the unit is then turned off, a software used in the camcorder causes the unit to reset to the default 12-bit setting, though the LCD indicator of the unit continues to display the 16-bit audio setting.

 

Fix videos, stored on Sony HDR-FX7 camcorder

The Sony HDR-FX7, almost two years after the introduction of Sony's first HDV camcorder, Sony HDR-FX1. The new camcorder is the first camcorder below $3,000 to offer full 1080 HD resolution with a three-chip sensor.

  • Resolution: Sony claims "full" 1080 HD
  • Sensor: changed to 3 x 1/4” ClearVid CMOS
  • Light sensitivity: worse by 33% (4lux)
  • Zoom: increased to 20x optical zoom (30x digital)
  • Lens/filter: decreased to 62mm/bayonet mount
  • Optical Image Stabilizator (OIS, SteadyShot 4 settings)
  • Video out: included HDMI
  • Weight: reduced to 1.6 kg (3.52 lb.)

The company line (as expressed by Harry Haruna, Manager of Camcorder Product Planning for Sony USA) is that the new Sony HDR-FX7 will have a much improved resolution (full 1080 HD) when the lighting is good. In low-light situations, Sony FX1 will still produce better results.

 

Undelete Sony HDR-SR1/HDR-SR5/HDR-SR7 camcorder videos

The Sony HDR-SR1, was the first high definition hard disk drive based camcorder from Sony. It launched with a 30 gigabyte internal drive and – along with the Sony HDR-UX1 – is the first camcorder that records high definition video in AVCHD format. Sony released two new AVCHD format HD Hard Disk camcorders, a 40GB (HDR-SR5) and 60GB model (HDR-SR7), both of which add the ability to record in Dolby Digital 5.1. Video recovery program can recover deleted files from camcorder of this (HDR-SR) and many other models in automatic mode.

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Recover videos from Sony HDR-CX7 camcorder

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Sony released the HDR-CX7, the first Sony AVCHD camcorder to record video to a memory card. As with most Sony products, the HDR-CX7 records to Sony's own Memory Stick. The product comes bundled with a 4GB Memory Stick Duo which Sony states will hold 30 mins of HD video.

Sony HDR-CX7 weighs 15 ounces with the supplied battery and it can record nearly one hour of full HD 1080 video on an 8-GB Memory Stick Pro Duo flash memory card. It can record longer videos if resolution is reduced or quality is reduced.

This handycam features crash-proof recording system. It is equipped with a 6.1-megapixel complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensor and a 5.4-54mm/F1.8-2.9 zoom lens.

For the format of video, Sony chose to save files with a resolution of 1440 * 1080i. The video format specifies a rectangular pixel shape. Most players will render this as 1920 * 1080 format after adjusting for the rectangular pixels.

For this camera, the maximum recording rate is 15 Mbps.

 

Recover Sony HDR-CX12 camcorder videos

Sony released the successor to the HDR-CX7, the HDR-CX12.

Major features include:

  • 1920x1080i Recording
  • 1/3" ClearVid CMOS sensor
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 audio
  • 10.2MP still image capture
  • Face Detection and Smile Shutter technology

Recover files from Sony HVR-Z7/HVR-S270 camcorder

The Sony HVR-Z7 and HVR-S270 video cameras were the first 3 CMOS sensor HDV camcorder that records on tape and/or CF card. In previous prosumer models, Sony released model pairs that shared the same optics and sensors, such as the VX2000/PD150, VX2100/PD170, Z1/FX1, and V1/FX7; where the VX/FX was the consumer version and the PD/Z was the professional or prosumer version. What differentiated the models was that the consumer models lacked professional features such as XLR inputs and some manual controls. The HVR-Z7 breaks this pattern as it has all professional features of previous prosumer models, and has no consumer equivalent, although it has a larger shoulder-mounted sister camera, the HVR-S270.

Both video cameras feature interchangeable lenses, attain low light sensitivity similar to the SD low light leader, the Sony DSR-PD170, and offer interlaced and progressive recording in HDV, DVCAM, and DV formats. Compact Flash recording is achieved by a supplied CF card recorder that is removable and connects via a proprietary firewire connection or 6 pin firewire.

 

Repair video files on Sony HDR-FX1000/HVR-Z5 camcorder

The first true successors to the HDR-FX1 and the HVR-Z1, the HDR-FX1000 and HVR-Z5. They employ the same Exmor 1/3" 3CMOS design as the Z7/S270, and the Z5 is bundled with the same CF card recorder as the Z7, but the physical designs more closely resemble that of the FX1 and Z1.

As with all new Sony prosumer camcorders, both models support interlaced and progressive scan recording, HVR-Z5 having also native progressive recording. Both models have the 1-megapixel XtraFine LCD screen included in the EX1, Z7, and SR11/12. A new feature introduced with these camcorders are the introduction of Sony G Lenses to their camcorder lineup. The zoom range extends 20x, 29.5-595 35mm equivalent, and has a wider angle of view than most fixed lenses in this price range.
 

Fix Sony HXR-NX5 camcorder videos

The NX5 is Sony's first professional AVCHD camcorder. It records either onto Sony Memory Stick Pro memory cards, or onto SDHC cards. An optional 128Gb Flash Memory unit provides up to 11 hours of recording time.

It can record in Standard Definition using MPEG2 format, or up to 1920 x 1080 images at 24Mbps in High Definition mode in the AVCHD format.

The camera is almost identical to the HVR-Z5, some people calling it the 'Tapeless version of the Z5'.

 

Recover files from Sony HXR-MC50E camcorder

A very small and compact camera, but comes with a 3.5mm audio input – not a balanced XLR input. Records up to 6 hours of fill HD on 64Gb internal memory.

 

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