Sony Offers New HDR-CX300, HDR-CX350V, HDR-XR350V, HDR-XR550V And HDR-XR150

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:44pm CDT, in News | CES

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Sony isn’t all about HDTVs and computers at CES, the company has also showed off a new line of camcorders. The new lone includes several models that share similar tech like the Sony Exmor R CMOS sensor on all HD models.

The cameras also feature Golf shot and iAuto settings along with Face Touch, Embedded GPS, Highlight Playback, 60p output and a new user interface. The camcorders have Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 25x optical zoom lenses, shoot 3.1MP still shots and have Steady Shot image stabilization. The screens are 2.7-inces.

The HDR-XR150, HDR-CX150, and HDR-CX110 will be available in late January for about $700, $550, and $500, respectively. TheHDR-XR350V, with a 160GB hard drive; HDR-CX350V, with 32GB of flash memory; and HDR-CX300, with 16GB have upgraded features with a Wide angle G lens, optical steady shot with active mode, and golf shot. The cams also get 7MP still shot resolution, and embedded GPS. The HDR-XR550V, with a 240GB hard drive for up to 101 hours of HD video (LP mode); and the HDR-CX550V, with 64 GB of embedded flash memory for up to 26 hours of HD video. These cameras have 12MP still shots, manual controls, wide angle G lenses, 3.5-inch screens and more. The HDR-XR550V, HDR-CX550V, HDR-XR350V, HDR-CX350V and HDR-CX300 will be available in late February for about $1400, $1300, $1000, $900, and $800, respectively.

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