Menu
Marty McFly Hoverboard is on Kickstarter

Marty McFly Hoverboard is on Kickstarter

$199.99 HP Stream 11 Laptop is On Sale

$199.99 HP Stream 11 Laptop is On Sale

Cara Delevingne Recorded Song with Pharrell

Cara Delevingne Recorded Song with Pharrell

Black Friday 2014 iPad Deals will be Amazing

Black Friday 2014 iPad Deals will be Amazing

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Is Very Affordable

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Is Very Affordable

Sony HDR-TG1 tiny full HD Camcorder revealed

Apr 3 2008, 3:24am CDT | by , in News | Portable Devices

Sony HDR-TG1 tiny full HD Camcorder revealed
 
 

Sony introduces the world's smallest full HD camcorder dubbed Sony HDR-TG1.

Update:
Sony HDR-TG1 available to order

The tiny new Sony full HD camcorder weighs only ten ounces and measures just 1.3 inches wide by 4.7 inches tall by 2.5 inches deep.
The Sony HDR-TG1 records 1920 x 1080px HD video and 4MP digital photos directly to Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo or PRO Duo Mark2 media cards. Sony created a very cool looking pocket camcorder, that has the potential to be the must have gadget accessory for the summer.


Other features of the Sony HDR-TG1 include 2.7-inch touch panel LCD screen, Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 10x optical zoom lens and 2-megapixel ClearVid CMOS sensor with Exmor-derived technology, BIONZ engine, Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound recording with built-in zoom microphone, automatically adjust focus, exposure, color control for natural-looking skin tones, and when photos are taken, flash control.

There is also an optional travel kit (Sony ACC-TCH5) that includes a battery, travel charger and pouch for about $100. Plus, there is a custom-fit case (Sony LCM-TGA) with brushed metal accents available as an accessory for about $50.

Sony ships the Sony HDR-TG1 bundled with a 4GB PRO Duo Mark2 media card.
The Sony HDR-TG1 camcorder will ship with supplied accessories in May for about $900.
Via this Sony press-release. See hi-res photos of the stylish little hot camcorder here.

Comments

blog comments powered by Disqus