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#1 piyush sharma

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 02:11 AM

recently i visited sony's business site :

http://www.sonybiz.net/

i am wondering why sony call cameras like HVR A1E and pd170p, a proffesional camera while there is no HDR FX1E in this list .i am wondering why . whats the defination of pro camcorders that way.i read here ppl using FX1E for all kind of purpose and i heard lots of great things about camcorder

also can somebody tell me where i can download a manual of FX1E online.
thanks
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#2 Marek Stricek

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Posted 02 October 2006 - 12:54 PM

recently i visited sony's business site :

http://www.sonybiz.net/

i am wondering why sony call cameras like HVR A1E and pd170p, a proffesional camera while there is no HDR FX1E in this list .i am wondering why . whats the defination of pro camcorders that way.i read here ppl using FX1E for all kind of purpose and i heard lots of great things about camcorder

also can somebody tell me where i can download a manual of FX1E online.
thanks


The main difference between professional (HVR-A1E, PD170) and consumer (HDR-FX1E) is that the professional have features which are of no use when shooting home video - like the microphone XLR connectors, DVCAM format support, timecode settings - and these features rise the price of the professional equipment beside of the fact that in the price there is calculated also cost of support.
And since the FX1 is a consumer camcorder the User Manual can be downloaded at http://support.sony-europe.com/ - select User Manuals from top menu and enter model number HDR-FX1E
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#3 piyush sharma

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Posted 03 October 2006 - 11:21 PM

thanks a lot for for link .this is what i exactly wanted .
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