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User reviews and opinions
|dirtyname||9:59am on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|This camera is easy to operate and takes great pictures under many conditions. After owning a Canon powershot for several years, it was time to upgrade. The Sony DSCHX-1 was one Id been weighing along with a few other models.|
|viki_||9:40pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|Purchased my HX1 two weeks prior to a cruise vacation. Was fully into using it by the time we left and shot the best pictures of my life! I purchased Aug 09)and took it on vacation. This camera can do much more than other smaller size cameras. Excellent video and stills.|
|ginkyo||1:36pm on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010|
|in zoom no things This camera is a master piece. Loved my DSC W7 and was great for over 6 years. The HX1 is a hugh leap forward in picture and video quality and available functions/options.|
|lolobricolo||12:51pm on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010|
|I was always missing my childs events because my old camera only had 3x zoom. With this Sony I am able to zoom in and get that picture! I checked this camera out after reading a blog of someone who knows cameras and then doing tons of research. I checked this camera out after reading a blog of someone who knows cameras and then doing tons of research. Since I am not an expert in the several functions from this camera. I really like the intelegent mode function of the camera and it works great!!!|
|ChristopherM||4:45am on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|I shopped 6 months before selecting the Sony CyberShot DSC-HX1. I wanted a camera using rechargeable batteries, had decent built-in zoom. what can i say? have always had good luck with Sony camera products so when my old cyber-shot died, Sony was the first place i looked.|
|philtheo||6:47pm on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|Surprising Sony I picked this camera up for a trip I was taking and I didnt want to carry my DSLR while hiking. Amazing Pictures, Very Lovely colors I had to return a brand new, 6 day old Nikon P100. It froze in full zoom.|
|BigTex||11:07am on Monday, June 28th, 2010|
|I am loving it..Built in to last me a while.. Made in Japan...Just got it for christmas..Loving it so far The price is expensive Living in Uganda, my DSLR was stolen. I had n... The fact that I can move from a macro shot when I come across a unique situation.|
|RalphOcean||7:55am on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|Mini SLR If you are no sure(Like I was not sure) which camera you should buy Point and Shoot or SLR, then go for Sony HX1. Very good camera but no DSLR I am writing this review after 10 months of use. There are so many reviews by other users with lot of details.|
|thiasos||6:36pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|After a three month shakedown cruise, the verdict is in: the HX1 is the finest high zoom compact camera yet made. The HX1 is my 9th Sony camera.|
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13 September 2007
By: Alex Vochin, Technology Editor
Sony's Got Some New Blu-ray Goodies
The BDZ-X90, BDZ-L70, BDZ-T70 and BDZ-T50 Blu-ray recorders, for now only in Japan
The 4 new Sony Blu-ray recorders Impress Watch Japan
Digital TV recorders have marked the death sentence of old VCRs, as they are capable of carrying out pretty much the same functions (namely, scheduled TV recording and playback), but at a much grander scale. And in an attempt to enlarge even more its customer base, Sony has just announced the release of 4 new such devices, which, besides the relatively large amounts of storage space, provide yet another interesting feature: they've been fitted with Blu-ray recorders, thus allowing users to burn their favorite TV programs onto the Sony's next-generation optical discs. All the four new models, namely the high-end BDZ-X90, mid-range BDZ-L70 and BDZ-T70 and finally, the entry-level BDZ-T50, have been fitted with AVC/H.264 encoders, thus making them compatible with AVCHD cameras as well, a very important element for the future, when said cameras will probably become a lot more popular than they are nowadays. Moreover, in order to make them even more appealing for the customers, the company has also thrown in some pretty large HDDs, ranging from 250 GB in the entry-level model and up to 500 GB in the BDZ-X90. And since we're on the subject of the BDZ-X90, it's worth mentioning the fact that this model has been fitted with two analog TV tuners and supports recording in 1080p60, not to mention 24 frames playback via HDMI (which, by the way, is gold-plated), as well as support of x.v.color, for a true cinema-like experience. Moreover, it can record on both BD-R/RE and DVD-RW and is compatible with either the MPEG-2 codec (in DR mode) or with the AVC codec (in XR/XSR/SR/LSR/LR/ER modes). The rest of the models lose some of the aforementioned goodies, but also shave off some Yens (around 20,000) or dollars (around $175) per model from the price tag. Thus, the L70 has got only 320 GB of recording space, with no 1080p60, the T70's got HDMI, but no gold in there, while the entry-level T50 doesn't even have digital tuners. Unfortunately, as mentioned earlier, these models will be available for now (actually, from November 8th) solely in Japan, starting at $1,228 for the T50 and going up to $1,775 for the high-end X90 model. We are just a few, but there are many of you, Softpedia users, out there. That's why we thought it would be a good idea to create an email address for you to help us a little in finding gadgets we missed. Interesting links are bound to be posted with recognition going mainly to those who submit. The address is.
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News & Information
No: 07-104 September 12, 2007 New Product
Realizing Long-duration HD Recording Maximum 16 Hours on One Blu-ray Disc1 Four New Blu-ray Disc Recorders Allow Users to Choose their HD Viewing Style
Photo Left: BDZ-T70 (Above) BDZ-T50 (Below)
Sony today announces four new Blu-ray Disc Recorders. These new models offer strengthened functionality to give improved performance in the key areas of high picture and sound quality, long-duration recording, and easy operation. HD content in the home is rapidly increasing, whether it be digital broadcasting, personal/home video or movies. Sony envisions the Blu-ray Disc Recorder at the center of the HD era, and the four new models target three styles of customer viewing enjoyment: HD broadcasting enjoyment, personal/home video enjoyment and advanced picture and advanced sound quality home theater enjoyment. This range of choice will be a key factor in accelerating the diffusion of the Blu-ray format. Blu-ray Disc Recorder Lineup with digital HD tuner and HDD Style Model Release Enjoying Broadcasts T Enjoying Personal/Home Video L Enjoying Home Theater X BDZ-T50 BDZ-T70 BDZ-L70 BDZ-X90 Blu-ray Disc will be referred to as BD below. Major New Functions (available on all models) 1. Ample HD recording capacity: A new high-resolution HD encoder, adopting the high compression efficiency of MPEG4-AVC, allows ample HD recording capacity. A maximum of approximately 16 hours can be recorded on one 50GB BD1 and the HDDs capacity has been increased 3.8 times for a maximum recording capacity of about 166 hours.2 2. Fast HD dubbing: One hour of HD video can be dubbed to BD in a minimum time of approximately 3 minutes.3
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3. High-quality HD picture and sound playback: 24p True Cinema and HD audio-compatible HDMI audio output 4. HD Handycam compatibility: Handycam video (AVCHDcan be transferred to HDD and easily edited. It can then be stored in HD on BD. 5. BRAVIA Link: Compatible with BRAVIA Link and BRAVIA Premium Photo (1) When recording to a dual layer 50GB BD in LSR (AVC 6M) mode. (2) Using BDZ-X90 and recording in LSR (AVC 6M) mode. (3) When one hour of video recorded in LSR mode onto a HDD is dubbed to BD (4x speed).
Main Features of Each Style Enjoying Broadcasts T -- Ample Capacity to Record and Enjoy HD Broadcasts (BDZ-T70 BDZ-T50) --
1. Ample HD Recording function gives a maximum of approximately 105 hours4 HD recording on HDD and a maximum of approximately 16 hours1 on one 50GB BD (Available on all models.) (*4) Using BDZ-T70 and recording in LSR (AVC 6M) mode. 2. The Keyword-relational Search function and the x-Omakase Maruroku (Auto AI recording)(allowing simultaneous recording of two programs1) mean that viewers can catch all their favorite programs (Available on all models). 3. Just one touch of the remote control button gives simple and fully automated operation from startup to panel display (Available on all models). Enjoying Personal/Home Video L -- Personal and Home HD Video Content Stored in Pristine Condition (BDZ-L70) --
1. One-Touch Dubbing Button allows one-touch transfer of HD Handycam video content to HDD. 2 x-Pict Story HD assembles digital snaps and automatically creates Pro-quality slideshows. This can then be stored in HD on BD. Also available on BDZ-X90. 2. x.v.Color offers advanced reproduction of video with a wide color range, and full HD photo reproduction is also available. These functions enhance the beauty of videos and photos for the full enjoyment of the user (Available on all models).
Enjoying Home Theater X -- Experience HD Home Theater with Superb Picture Quality and Sound BDZ-X90 --
1. DRC-MFv2.5 recreates HD signals for an even more refined and higher resolution image. Output at progressive HD 1125p (1080p). 2. Deep Color creates a smooth picture with rich color gradations. 3. All models have an HDMI audio output compatible with lossless audio. Further, Sony has pursued mastering studio quality through meticulous audio engineering, including the strict selection of quality audio parts.
BD-RE ver. 2.1dual layer compatible BD-R ver. 1.1/1.2dual layer compatible DVD+RWup to 8x DVD+Rup to 16x DVD-RWup to 6x, Ver.1.1/1.2CPRM compatible, DVD-Rup to 16x, Ver.2.0/2.1CPRM compatible HDD(320GB) HDD(250GB) HDD, BD-ROMBD-RE ver.2.1/ver.1.0BD-R ver.1.1/1.2, Discs recorded in AVCHD format, DVD video, DVD+RW/+RDVD-RW/-R/-R DL(dual layer) (video mode )/-RW(CPRM)/-R(CPRM), DualDisc2, DVD+RW/+R DL(dual layer)/-RW/-R also compatible with 8cm disc. HDD, BD-RE ver.2.1BD-R ver.1.1/1.2 BD-RE ver.2.1BD-R ver.1.1/1.2Data Data DVD:DVD+RW/+R/-RW/-R DVD:DVD+RW/+R/-RW/-R, Data CD:CD-RW/-RUSB Data CD:CD-RW/-R digital camera/reader-writer etc. CDDTS-CDCD-RW/-R(CD-DA) MPEG2MPEG13MPEG4-AVC (HDD/BD) HDD(500GB) HDD(320GB)
Audio Video recording format (BD/DVD/HDD) Audio recording format (BD/DVD/HDD)
Dolby Digital 2ch/5.1ch4MPEG2-AACwhen in DR mode
(1) Cannot record onto 8cm DVD disc. Postscripting, deletion, editing and finalizing operations may not be possible on DVD discs which have been recorded and edited on other recorders/drives. DVD discs with a speed capacity over 8x will have a maximum speed of 8x on this units drive. (2) Dual Disc has a layer conforming to the DVD standard and a music-dedicated layer. The music layer does not conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard, and playback on this unit is therefore not guaranteed. (3) When recording in DVD+RW EP mode. (4) Not compatible with linear PCM recording.
Recording Time Capacity and Modes HDD 1
Digital terrestrial broadcast HD: approx 62 hoursapprox 59 hours CS digital BS110 broadcast (HD: Approx 44 hours approx 42 hours CS Terrestrial/ BS110 digital broadcast SD: approx 96 approx 88 hours HDV1080i: approx 39 hours approx 37 hours approx 65 hours approx 61 hours approx 83 hoursapprox 77 hours approx 124 hours approx 112 hours approx 166 hours approx 145 hours) approx 249 hours approx 221 hours approx 499 hours approx 401 hours
Digital terrestrial broadcast HD: approx 39 hours CS digital BS110 broadcast (HD: approx 28 hours CS Terrestrial/ BS110 digital broadcast SD: approx 61 hours HDV1080i: approx 24 hours
Digital terrestrial broadcast HD: approx 39 hours CS digital BS110 broadcast (HD: approx 28 hours CS Terrestrial/ BS110 digital broadcast SD: approx 61 hours
Digital terrestrial broadcast HD: approx 30 hours CS digital BS110 broadcast (HD: approx 21 hours CS Terrestrial/ BS110 digital broadcast SD: approx 46 hours
XR (AVC 15M) XSR (AVC 12M) SR (AVC 8M) standard LSR (AVC 6M) LR (AVC 4M) ER (AVC 2M)
approx 41 hours approx 52 hours approx 78 hours approx 105 hours approx 157 hours approx 315 hours
approx 31 hours approx 40 hours approx 60 hours approx 80 hours approx 121 hours approx 242 hours
(1) HDD recording time capacity assumes that no JPEG photos are on the HDD. (2) XRXSRSRLSR can record at HD quality. LR, ER modes record in Standard Definition (SD). (3) DR mode recording time capacity is an estimate. Recording time capacity will vary according to the type of digital broadcast. (4) The figures in ( ) for BDZ-X90 HDD recording time capacity represent performance when the High Speed Transfer Recording function is on and the Recording Mode is set to Automatic.
Recording Time Capacity and Modes BD/DVD
DR: Digital terrestrial broadcast HD: approx. 3 hours approx. 6hours BS110/CS digital broadcast (HD: approx 2 hours 10 min (approx 4 hours 20 min Terrestrial/ BS110/CS digital broadcast SD: approx 4 hours 44 min approx 9 hours 28 min HDV1080i: approx; 1 hour 55 min approx 3 hours 50 min approx 3 hours 10 min (approx 6 hours 20 min approx 4 hours approx 8 hours approx 6 hours 5 min approx 12 hours 10 min approx 8 hours 5 min (approx 16 hours 10min approx 12 hours 10min approx 24 hours 20 min Approx 24 hours 25 min approx 48 hours 50 min XP: approx1 hour, XSP: approx 1 hour 30 min SPstandard: approx 2 hours LSP: approx 2 hours 30 min LP: approx 4 hours, EP: approx 6 hours
DR3 XR(AVC 15M) BD
XSR(AVC 12M) SR (AVC 8M) standard) LSR(AVC 6M) LR(AVC 4M) ER(AVC 2M)
(1) Figures in ( ) are recording time for dual layer BD (2) XRXSRSRLSR can record at HD quality. LR, ER modes record in Standard Definition (SD). (3) DR mode recording time capacity is an estimate. Recording time capacity will vary according to the type of digital broadcast.
Ample HD Recording Simultaneous recording of 2 digital programs Keyword-relational search x-Omakase Maruroku (Auto AI recording) Remote recording reservation Program tracking recording/sports extra time compatible High-speed HD dubbing One-touch dubbing button Digital video camera dubbing HD Handycam compatible x-Pict Story HD/x-ScrapBook x.v.Color compatible Full HD photo playback DRC-MFv.2.5 / 1125p(1080p) output Deep Color output 24p True Cinema Lossless reversible type audio compatible HDMI audio output Leaving and returning transfer Sony RoomLink Home Server function BRAVIA Link BRAVIA Premium Photo
DVD only (AVCHD/MPEG2) Disc playback only -
DVD only (AVCHD/MPEG2) Disc playback only
Since April 2004, digital broadcasts are subject to copy control that allows them to be recorded only once. To enjoy HD video, please connect to an HD-compatible TV with one of the following: a D terminal cable, component terminal cable, or HDMI cable. All are sold separately.
Blu-ray Disc Recorder Assumed Market Price BDZ-X90 approx 200,000 BDZ-L70 approx 180,000 BDZ-T70 approx 160,000 BDZ-T50 approx 140,000 * Assumed market price is Sonys projection of the price the market will set for a product before it goes on sale. The actual product price will vary by retailer.
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