Sony HDR-SR11 Review

Posted: Feb 19 2009, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:08pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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Our review partner Digital Trends tested the Sony HDR-SR11 camcorder and gave it an Editors' Choice Award.
Quote from the review: "The popularity of hard disk drive standard definition and high-def camcorders continues to climb. Nothing beats the storage capability of a HDD video maker—just think, you can record hour after hour of baby giggles, if that’s your thing (and new parents, you can admit it). Hard drive cams are great for everyone else too since you can record anything to your heart’s content for much longer than any tape or disk-based system. And nothing beats the instantly generated thumbnails that let you hop from scene to scene during playback. Sony dominates the HDD market for SD and HD video makers—just as they do every other camcorder format. That said we were happy to get our hands on the new HDR-SR11, the company’s HDD model that records Full HD 1920 x 1080I video along with 10-megapixel digital stills to a hefty 60GB hard drive."
Read the full Sony HDR-SR11 Review.

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