Sony NEX-EA50UH Entry Level Large Sensor NXCAM Camcorder
Sony NEX-EA50UHsignificantly expands creative freedom for Full HD video and 16.0 megapixel high-quality still photos shooting, thanks to its E mount interchangeable lens system, Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, powerful imaging capabilities and flexible semi-shoulder design. E mount interchangeable lens system accepts virtually any 35mm SLR, DSLR, and Cine lenses via inexpensive lens adapters. Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor was designed for shooting Full HD video and 16.1 megapixel high-quality still photos without artifacts common to still camera sensors.
The NEX-EA50H is capable of shooting in 50Hz or 60Hz systems; enabling users to produce content for clients around the world.
It includes a newly developed E-mount servo zoom model SELP18200. It features: variable zoom speed, auto/manual focus, continuous variable iris and Optical Steady Shot™ image stabilization with Active Mode, making it ideal for shooting moving images.
E mount interchangeable lens system accepts virtually any 35mm SLR, DSLR, and Cine lenses via inexpensive lens adapters.
Its new Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor was designed for shooting Full HD video and 16.1 megapixel high-quality still photos without artifacts common to still camera sensors.
Six picture profile settings for different shooting conditions are provided as default settings.
As in other NXCAM camcorders, the internal recording format is AVCHD 2.0.
A built-in GPS function automatically records absolute time and location information every half second of a shoot to AVCHD files.
The optional HXR-FMU128 flash memory recording unit permits extended recording times exceeding 12 hours at 24Mbps and 10 hours at 28Mbps.
One memory card slot accepts either compatible memory sticks or SD Cards.
Simultaneous HD-HD recording to the memory card and FMU128 is possible
DV format recording and playback (version 2.0 or later).
Two REC buttons enables to control memory card and the optional HXR-FMU128 in a different trigger (version 2.0 or later).
AVCHD Recording Modes (1080 59.94i)
Audio Recording Modes: 16-bit 48KHz LPCM or Dolby Digital Stereo 48KHz
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