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A camcorder has been created to meet the growing demand from users who are looking for mobility and professional appearance. The HVR-HD1000U features a shoulder-mount design and black matte body similar to that of professional camcorders; making it perfect for weddings, corporate communications, and sporting events where appearance makes a difference. Premium design characteristics and high-definition HDV 1080i recording are the main features of this one-piece shoulder camcorder, ideal for worki... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony HVR-HD1000U photo ]
Sony HVR-HD1000u Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 3.7 MB
SONY HVR HD1000U Camera Test
User reviews and opinions
|Orn||8:47am on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|in retrospect, if i had thought for a second that a hd camera would have an issue with graininess, i would never have bought it.|
|syrius||8:06pm on Sunday, September 19th, 2010|
|for a great value HVR-Hd1000 . I use an HV30 for my fixed mount cameras and the Sony 1000 for my portable at events.|
|zandoval||1:00pm on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|I am looking for Sony HVR-HD1000U Camcorder,If you have a camcorder please inform to me. Simple basic layout of controls, shoulder mounted, and 2 useful shoe mounts on top. Good clear LCD and large lens hood.|
|Piannerionist0||2:42am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|Just finished shooting an Indie film here in NJ called Pembrook. Very wild horror movie. Shots look amazing.|
|zork18||6:11pm on Friday, June 11th, 2010|
|We had purchased the Sony HVR-HD1000U after our ability to keep up with increasing webcast demands was beginning to faulter having only a single camer...|
|DOUGLAS||11:07pm on Monday, May 31st, 2010|
|The camera i like this camera i would like to get it!!lol im gonna save up it looks good it has a microphone too.|
|bubuka||11:41am on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|I am a videographer at http://sweetheartproduction.com. I used the HD1000u for the first time in a sporting event last weekend.|
|Wrecsam||1:55pm on Thursday, May 27th, 2010|
|A new camcorder has been created for the growing demand from users who are involved in mobility and professional appearance.|
|perbackman||3:57pm on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|This is a sleeper camera-what I mean by this is that not alot of profesionals or even prosumers will believe what a good camera this is-Sony really di...|
|iruizgal||6:08am on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010|
|Sony HVR-HD1000P PAL HDV camcorder specifically designed for the videographer from various circles. Kind to gift me the Sony HVR camcorder as a New Years Gift( I know I am the luckiest person in the world). Well.|
|kaminskipodinski||8:56am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|Feel good, some of the lens significantly smaller, 2.7-inch touch-screen above the viewfinder a little trouble, it sounds a bit small.|
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Digital HD Video Camera Recorder US
Digital HD Video Camera Recorder
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference
The supplied CD-ROM includes Operating Guide for the HVR-HD1000 series. (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese versions). For more details, see Using the CD-ROM Manual on page 11.
Printed on 70% or more recycled paper using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) -free vegetable oil based ink.
2007 Sony Corporation
Printed in Japan
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. HVR-HD1000U/HD1000N Serial No. Model No. ACSerial No.
For your protection, please read these safety instructions completely before operating the appliance, and keep this manual for future reference. Carefully observe all warnings, precautions and instructions on the appliance, or the one described in the operating instructions and adhere to them.
This set should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of electrical power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power company. For those sets designed to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
This set may be equipped with a polarized ac power cord plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to have a suitable outlet installed. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug by forcing it in.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or convenience receptacles beyond their capacity, since this can result in fire or electric shock.
Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into the set through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the set.
Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer, as they may cause hazards.
Unplug the set from the wall outlet before cleaning or polishing it. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a cloth lightly dampened with water for cleaning the exterior of the set.
outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the set due to lightning and power-line surges.
Damage Requiring Service
Unplug the set from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the set. If the set has been exposed to rain or water. If the set has been subject to excessive shock by being dropped, or the cabinet has been damaged. If the set does not operate normally when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are specified in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the set to normal operation. When the set exhibits a distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service.
Controlling the image settings manually with the RING
It is useful to assign a frequently used menu item to the RING. The following is an example of the procedure when the [FOCUS] setting is assigned (the default setting).
2 Rotate the RING and select a menu item to be assigned. 3 Press the MANUAL button. b Notes
The menu item settings done before will be retained even if you set other menu item settings after that. If [EXPOSURE] is set after [AE SHIFT] is set manually, [EXPOSURE] will override [AE SHIFT]. If you select [RESET] in step 2, all the settings set manually return to the default setting.
During playback, you can adjust the volume using the RING. You can also assign menu items using [RING SETTING] (p. 45).
Recording in dark places (NightShot)
1 Press the MANUAL button to activate the manual adjustment mode. The setting mode switches between automatic and manual every time you press the MANUAL button. 2 Rotate the RING to adjust the focus manually.
Menu items that can be assigned
[FOCUS] (p. 42) [ZOOM] (p. 24) [EXPOSURE] (p. 40) [SHUTTR SPEED] (p. 41) [AE SHIFT] (p. 41) [WB SHIFT] (p. 42)
Set the NIGHTSHOT switch to ON ( and [NIGHTSHOT] appear).
The NightShot and Super NightShot functions use infrared light. Therefore, do not cover the infrared port with your fingers or other objects and remove the conversion lens (optional). Adjust the focus manually ([FOCUS], p. 42) when it is hard to focus automatically. Do not use these functions in bright places. This may cause a malfunction. Continued ,
To assign the menu items to the RING
1 Press and hold the MANUAL button for several seconds. The [RING SETTING] screen appears.
To record an image brighter, use Super NightShot function (p. 43). To record an image more faithful to the original colors, use Color Slow Shutter function (p. 43).
Adjusting the exposure for backlit subjects
To adjust the exposure for backlit subjects, press BACK LIGHT to display. To cancel the back light function, press BACK LIGHT again.
Recording in mirror mode
Open the LCD panel 90 degrees to the camcorder (1), then rotate it 180 degrees to the lens side (2).
A mirror-image of the subject appears on the LCD screen, but the picture will be normal when recorded.
The HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is an interface to send both video/ audio signals. Connecting HDMI OUT jack and external device with a cable supplies high quality images and digital audio. If you connect your camcorder to your TV using more than one type of cable to output images from a jack other than the i.LINK jack, the order of priority of the output signals is as follows: HDMI t component video t S VIDEO t audio/video. See page 93 for the details of i.LINK.
When your TV is monaural (When your TV has only one audio input jack)
Connect the yellow plug of the A/V connecting cable to the video input jack and connect the white (left channel) or the red (right channel) plug to the audio input jack of your TV or VCR.
Using the menu items
1 Slide the POWER switch to the desired position while
pressing the green button. TAPE: MEMORY: settings on a tape settings on a Memory Stick Duo PLAY/EDIT: settings for viewing/editing
2 Touch the LCD screen to select the menu item.
Unavailable items will be grayed out.
x To use the short-cuts of Personal Menu
On Personal Menu, short-cuts for frequently used menu items are added.
You can customize Personal Menu as you like (p. 60).
x To use menu items
You can customize menu items that are not added to Personal Menu.
1 Touch t [MENU]. 2 Select the desired menu. Touch / to select the item, then touch (The process in step 3 is the same as that in step 2). 3 Select the desired item. 4 Customize the item. After finishing the settings, touch t (close) to hide the menu screen. If you decide not to change the setting, touch to return to the previous screen.
60min MENU RING SET L WHITE BAL.
STBY 0:00:00 STATUS CHECK MIC LEVEL ZEBRA
2 Touch the desired item. If the desired item is not displayed on the screen, touch / until the item is displayed. 3 Select the desired setting, then touch.
SCENE SELECT SPOT METER EXPOSURE WHITE BAL. SHARPNESS SHUTTR SPEED AUTOSLW SHTR AE SHIFT CAMERA COLOR WB SHIFT SPOT FOCUS FOCUS TELE MACRO SUPER NS NS LIGHT COLOR SLOW S ZEBRA HISTOGRAM SELF-TIMER DIGITAL ZOOM STEADYSHOT CONV.LENS RING SETTING X.V.COLOR
Available menu items (z) vary depending on the position of the switch.
Position TAPE MEMORY PLAY/EDIT
CAMERA SET menu (p. 39)
z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
MEMORY SET menu (p. 46)
STILL SET ALL ERASE FORMAT FILE NO. NEW FOLDER REC FOLDER PB FOLDER
Diagonal stripes appear in portions of the screen where brightness is at a preset level. This is useful as a guide when adjusting the brightness. When you change the default setting, is displayed. The zebra pattern is not recorded. B OFF
The zebra pattern is not displayed.
The left area on the graph shows the darker areas of the picture while the right area shows the brighter areas.
A still image is recorded after about 10 seconds. Press PHOTO when [SELF-TIMER] is set to [ON] and appears. To cancel the count down, touch [RESET]. To cancel the self-timer, select [OFF].
The zebra pattern appears at a screen brightness level of about 70 IRE.
The zebra pattern appears at a screen brightness level of about 100 IRE or higher. b Notes
Portions of the screen where brightness is about 100 IRE or higher may appear overexposed.
You can select the maximum zoom level in case you want to zoom to a level greater than 10 (the default setting) while recording on a tape. Note that the image quality decreases when you are using the digital zoom.
IRE represents the screen brightness.
When you set [HISTOGRAM] to [ON], the [HISTOGRAM] (a graph to display a distribution of tones in your picture) window appears on the screen. This item is useful when you adjust exposure. You can adjust the [EXPOSURE] or [AE SHIFT] checking the [HISTOGRAM] window. The [HISTOGRAM] will not be recorded on a tape or Memory Stick Duo.
The right side of the bar shows the digital zooming factor. The zooming zone appears when you select the zooming level.
Up to 10 zoom is performed optically.
Up to 10 zoom is performed optically, and after that, up to 20 zoom is performed digitally.
You can compensate for camera shake (The default setting is [ON]). Set [STEADYSHOT] to [OFF] ( ) when using a tripod (optional), then the image becomes natural.
Darker Brighter Brightness
When using an optional conversion lens, use this function to record using the optimum compensation for camera shake for each lens. B OFF
Select this when the conversion lens (optional) is not used.
WIDE CONV. (
Makes skin texture look more smoother and more appealing.
SMTH SLW REC (Smooth slow recording)
Fast moving subjects and actions, which cannot be captured under general shooting conditions, can be shot in smooth moving slow-motion for about 3 seconds. This is useful to shoot fast actions such as a golf or tennis swing. Press START/STOP on the [SMTH SLW REC] screen. A 3 second-movie (approx.) is recorded as a 12 second slow-motion movie. [Recording] disappears, when recording is finished. Touch to set the following.
The color and brightness are reversed.
Pictures appear in sepia.
B&W (Black and white)
Pictures appear in black and white.
Pictures appear as an illustration with strong contrast.
[TIMING] Select the recording start point from the time START/STOP is pressed (The default setting is [3sec AFTER]).
Pictures appear as a pale pastel drawing.
[3sec AFTER] [3sec BEFORE]
Pictures appear mosaic-patterned.
Effects added to the playback pictures are not output via the HDV/DV Interface (i.LINK). Only the original pictures can be output.
[RECORD SOUND] If you set to [ON] ( ), you can record additional dialog, etc. to the slow-motion movie (The default setting is [OFF]). Sounds are recorded while [Recording] is displayed.
Sounds cannot be recorded while shooting a 3 second-movie (approx.). Continued ,
Settings for editing or playing back in various modes See page 36 for details on selecting menu items.
The image quality of [SMTH SLW REC] is somewhat less than normal recording.
To cancel [SMTH SLW REC], select [END].
See page 69.
VAR.SPD PB (Various speed playback)
You can play back in various modes while viewing movies.
1 Touch the following buttons during playback.
You can connect the camcorder to a personal computer with a USB cable and import pictures to the computer. You can also connect the camcorder to a PictBridge compatible printer (p. 69) using this function. B Memory Stick
Select this to view pictures on a Memory Stick Duo on the computer or to import them to the computer.
change the playback direction* play back slowly**
To reverse direction: (frame) t (frame) during playback pause. To reverse direction: (frame) during frame playback.
Select this when you connect the camcorder to a PictBridge compatible printer to print out directly (p. 69).
You can add desired menu items to any Personal Menu, and customize Personal Menu settings for each POWER switch position. This is convenient if you add frequently used menu items to Personal Menu.
Deleting a menu item
t [P-MENU SET UP] t [DELETE]. If the desired menu item is not displayed, touch /.
60min STBY Select button to delete. 0:00:00 END
Adding a menu item
You can add up to 28 menu items for each POWER switch position. Delete a less important menu item, if you want to add more.
STATUS CHECK MIC LEVEL ZEBRA
RING SET L WHITE BAL.
t [P-MENU SET UP]
2 Touch the menu item that you
want to delete.
60min DELETE STBY 0:00:00 Delete this from CAMERA-TAPE mode's P-MENU?
If the desired menu item is not displayed, touch /.
60min STBY Select the category. CAMERA SET PICT.APPLI. EDIT/PLAY ST ANDARD SET TIME/LANGU. 0:00:00 END
3 Touch [YES] t
0:00:00 END SCENE SELECT SPOT METER EXPOSURE WHITE BAL. SHARPNESS
/ to select a menu category, then touch.
60min STBY Select the item.
You cannot delete [MENU] and [P-MENU SET UP].
/ to select a menu item, then touch t [YES] t. The menu item is added to the end of the list.
Arranging the order of menu items displayed on Personal Menu
2 Touch the menu item you want to
3 Touch 4 Touch
/ to move the menu item to the desired place.
To sort more items, repeat steps 2 to 4.
5 Touch [END] t
You cannot move [P-MENU SET UP].
Initializing the Personal Menu settings (Reset)
Touch t [P-MENU SET UP] t [RESET] t [YES] t [YES] t. If the desired menu item is not displayed, touch /.
Dubbing to VCR or DVD/HDD recorders
Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor for this operation (p. 15). Refer also to the instruction manuals supplied with the devices to be connected.
Connecting to external devices
The connection method and the image quality will differ depending on the VCR or DVD/ HDD recorders and the connectors used.
: Signal flow
Camcorder Cable External device
HDV1080i compatible device* t HD quality
AV device with i.LINK jack t SD quality
AV device with S VIDEO jack t SD quality
(White) (Red) (Yellow) A/V connecting cable (supplied) (Yellow) (White) (Red) AV device with audio/video jacks** t SD quality
3 Connect your recording device
(VCR or DVD/HDD recorder) to your camcorder. See page 62 for connection details.
4 Start playback on your
camcorder, and recording on the recording device. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your recording device for details.
To record the date/time and camera settings data when connected by the A/V connecting cable, display them on the screen (p. 58). The following cannot be output via the HDV/ DV interface (i.LINK): Indicators Pictures edited with [PICT.EFFECT] (p. 51) or [D.EFFECT] (p. 50) Titles that are recorded on other camcorders Pictures recorded in the HDV format are not output from the HDV/DV Interface (i.LINK) during playback pause or in any playback mode other than normal playback. Note the following when connecting with an i.LINK cable: The recorded picture becomes rough when a picture is paused on your camcorder while recording to a VCR or DVD/HDD recorder. Data codes (date/time/camera settings data) may not be displayed or recorded depending on the device or application. You cannot record the picture and sound separately. When dubbing to a DVD recorder from your camcorder through an i.LINK cable, you may not operate your camcorder on your DVD recorder even if its instruction manual says you can. If you can set the input mode to HDV or DV on your DVD recorder and can input/output pictures, follow the steps in Dubbing to another device. When you use an i.LINK cable, the video and sound signals are transmitted digitally, producing high quality pictures. When an i.LINK cable is connected, the format of the output signal ( or ) will be indicated on the LCD screen of your camcorder.
5 When dubbing is complete, stop
your camcorder and the recording device.
When connecting with an A/V connecting cable, set [VIDEO OUT] according to the playback device (TV, etc.).
You can record movies from a VCR on a tape. You can record a scene as a still image on a Memory Stick Duo. Be sure to insert a cassette or a Memory Stick Duo for recording in your camcorder beforehand. You can connect your camcorder to a VCR device using an i.LINK cable. Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor for this operation (p. 15). Refer also to the instruction manuals supplied with the devices to be connected.
HDV1080i compatible device AV device with i.LINK output jack
1 Slide the POWER switch to PLAY/
2 Set the input signal of your
camcorder. Set [VCR HDV/DV] to [AUTO] when recording from an HDV format compatible device. Set [VCR HDV/DV] to [DV] or [AUTO] when recording from a DV format compatible device (p. 53).
t HD quality
t SD quality
3 Connect your VCR as a player to
1 Turn on the computer.
Close down all applications running on the computer. For Windows 2000/Windows XP/ Windows Vista Log on as an Administrator.
2 Insert a Memory Stick Duo into
3 Prepare the power source for
your camcorder. Use the supplied AC Adaptor to obtain AC power (p. 15).
A Folder containing image files recorded by other camcorders without the folder creation function (for playback only). B Folder containing image files recorded by your camcorder when no new folders have been created, only [101MSDCF] is displayed. C Folder containing movie data recorded by other camcorders without the folder creation function (for playback only)
Folder File Meaning
Disconnecting the USB cable
If [USB CONNECTING] appears on the LCD screen, follow the procedure below to disconnect the USB cable. 1 Click the [Unplug or eject hardware] icon on the task tray.
Click this icon.
101MSDCF (up to 999 MSDCF)
Still image file
ssss are numbers between 0001 and
Double-click the drive icon, then drag and drop the desired picture file onto the hard disk of your computer.
2 Click [Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device-Drive]. Using a Computer
3 Click [OK]. 4 Disconnect the USB cable from the camcorder and computer. If [USB CONNECTING] does not appear on the LCD screen, do only step 4.
Remove the USB cable according to the correct procedure, otherwise files in the Memory Stick Duo may not be updated correctly. Also, this may cause a malfunction of the Memory Stick Duo.
1 Close down all applications running on the computer. 2 Drag and drop the drive icon on the desktop onto the [Trash] icon. 3 Disconnect the USB cable from the camcorder and computer.
If you are using Mac OS X, turn off the computer before disconnecting the USB cable and ejecting the Memory Stick Duo. Do not disconnect the USB cable while the access lamp is lit. Make sure to disconnect the USB cable before turning off your camcorder.
Copying movies on a tape to a computer
Connect your camcorder to the computer with an i.LINK cable. The computer needs to have an i.LINK connector and be installed with editing software that can copy video signals. The software required depends on the format of the recorded pictures and the format for copying to the computer (HDV or DV) as shown in the table below.
Recorded format Format for copying to the computer Required software
Editing software capable of copying HDV signal Editing software capable of copying DV signal Editing software capable of copying DV signal
Observe the following points when connecting to ensure the camcorder operates correctly.
Connect the camcorder to a computer via the USB cable. Make sure no other USB devices are connected to the computer. If your computer has a USB keyboard and a USB mouse as standard equipment, leave them connected and connect the camcorder to an available USB jack with the USB cable. Operation is not guaranteed if you connect two or more USB devices to the computer. Operation is not guaranteed if you connect the USB cable to the USB jack on a keyboard or USB hub. Make sure to connect the cable to the USB jack on the computer. Operation is not guaranteed even for the recommended environments.
DV b Notes
You cannot copy movies using a USB cable. Refer to the operating instructions of the software for the details on image copying. Refer to the operating instructions of the editing software for the recommended connection. Some editing software on the computer may not work correctly. You cannot change format DV to HDV.
The required menu settings vary depending on the recorded images and the format (HDV or DV) to be copied to the computer.
Recorded format Format for copying to the computer Menu setting*
[VCR HDV/DV] t [HDV] [i.LINK CONV] t [OFF]
Format for copying to the computer
Notes on connecting to the computer
[VCR HDV/DV] t [HDV] [i.LINK CONV] t [ON:SQUEEZE]/ [ON:EDGE CROP] [VCR HDV/DV] t [DV] [i.LINK CONV] t [OFF]
* See page 36 for menu settings.
To copy HDV format images as they are without changing their format, an HDV compatible environment is required. For details, refer to your software instruction manual or contact the software manufacturer. To play movies by a regular DVD player, you need to create DVD video in the SD format. the DVD video is not in the HDV format.
Slide the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) (p. 15). Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly (p. 15). Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the wall outlet (wall socket) properly. The battery charge is completed (p. 15).
The CHG (charge) lamp flashes while the battery pack is being charged.
Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly (p. 15). If the problem persists, disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall outlet (wall socket) and contact your Sony dealer. The battery pack may be damaged.
The power does not turn on.
Attach a charged battery pack to the camcorder (p. 15). Use the AC Adaptor to connect to a wall outlet (wall socket) (p. 15).
The remaining battery time indicator does not indicate the correct time.
Ambient temperature is too high or too low, or the battery pack has not been charged enough. This is not a malfunction. Fully charge the battery again. If the problem persists, the battery may be wornout. Replace it with a new one (p. 15, 92). The indicated time may not be correct in certain circumstances. For example, when you open or close the LCD panel, it takes about 1 minute to display the correct remaining battery time.
The camcorder does not operate even when the power is set to on.
Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall outlet (wall socket) or remove the battery pack, then reconnect it after about 1 minute. Press the RESET button using a sharppointed object (If you press the RESET button, all settings are reset, except Personal Menu items).
The battery pack discharges too quickly.
Ambient temperature is too high or low, or the battery pack has not been charged enough. This is not a malfunction. Fully charge the battery again. If the problem persists, the battery may be wornout. Replace it with a new one (p. 15, 92).
The camcorder gets warm.
The camcorder may get warmer while you use it. This is not a malfunction.
The power abruptly turns off.
Charge the battery pack (p. 15).
Menu items are grayed out.
You cannot select grayed items in the current recording/playback situation. Depending on the functions, you may not be able to use them together (p. 83).
Cassette tapes/Memory Stick Duo
The cassette cannot be ejected from the compartment.
Make sure the power source (battery pack or AC Adaptor) is connected correctly (p. 15). Moisture condensation has occurred inside the camcorder (p. 95).
Black bands appear at the top and bottom on a 4:3 TV.
This happens when viewing a picture recorded in 16:9 (wide) mode on a 4:3 TV. This is not a malfunction.
You cannot add sound to the recorded tape.
You cannot add sound to the recorded tape on this unit.
If this function is set
[WHITE BAL.] [SHARPNESS] [SHUTTR SPEED] of the RING
NightShot [CINEMA EFECT] NightShot, [CINEMA EFECT], [OLD MOVIE], [SMTH SLW REC] [FIREWORKS], [MANUAL] of [EXPOSURE], [CINEMA EFECT] [SCENE SELECT] [SCENE SELECT], during tape recording NightShot, [SCENE SELECT], [MANUAL] of [SHUTTR SPEED] , [FADER], [D.EFFECT] [DIGITAL ZOOM], [D.EFFECT], while displaying the date and time [TELE MACRO] [CANDLE], [FIREWORKS], [SUPER NS], [COLOR SLOW S], [D.EFFECT] [SUPER NS], [COLOR SLOW S], [FADER] [SCENE SELECT], [PICT.EFFECT], when [ WIDE SELECT] is set to [4:3]
You cannot dub correctly using the HDMI cable.
You cannot dub pictures using the HDMI cable. [AE SHIFT]
New sound added to a recorded tape on another camcorder is not heard.
Adjust [ AUDIO MIX] from the [ST1] (original sound) side until the sound is heard appropriately (p. 54).
[SPOT FOCUS] [TELE MACRO] [COLOR SLOW S]
Still pictures cannot be dubbed from a tape to a Memory Stick Duo.
You cannot record or a distorted picture may be recorded if the tape has been used repeatedly for recording. [HISTOGRAM]
Functions that cannot be used together
Depending on the functions, you may not be able to use them together. The following list shows examples of menu items and functions that cannot be used at the same time.
Not available If this function is set
[DIGITAL ZOOM] [FADER]
BACK LIGHT function
[FIREWORKS], [SPOT METER], [MANUAL] of [EXPOSURE] NightShot, [TELE MACRO], [CINEMA EFECT], [OLD MOVIE], [COLOR SLOW S] NightShot, [CINEMA EFECT] NightShot
[OLD MOVIE] of [D.EFFECT]
[SPOT METER] [EXPOSURE]
[CINEMA EFECT] of [D.EFFECT]
[SCENE SELECT], [SPOT METER], [MANUAL] of [EXPOSURE], other than 0 in [AE SHIFT], [PICT.EFFECT], when [ WIDE SELECT] is set to [4:3] [CANDLE], [FIREWORKS], [MANUAL] of [SHUTTR SPEED] , [SUPER NS], [COLOR SLOW S], [D.EFFECT], [PICT.EFFECT]
[SMTH SLW REC]
When [COLOR BAR] is set, all the Not available menu items on the list are not available.
Warning indicators and messages
Self-diagnosis display/Warning indicators
If indicators appear on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder, check the following. Some symptoms you can fix by yourself. If the problem persists even after you have tried a couple of times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. C:(or E:) ss:ss (Self-diagnosis display) C:04:ss
The battery pack is not an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (L series). Use an InfoLITHIUM battery pack (L series) (p. 92). Connect the DC plug of the AC Adaptor to the DC IN jack of your camcorder securely (p. 15).
x After using the cassette Rewind the tape to the beginning to avoid distortion of the picture or the sound. The cassette should then be put in its case, and stored in an upright position. x When cleaning the gold-plated connector Generally, clean the gold-plated connector on a cassette with a cotton-wool swab after every 10 times it has been ejected. If the gold-plated connector on the cassette is dirty or dusty, the remaining tape indicator may not show correctly.
About the Memory Stick
A Memory Stick is a compact, portable IC recording medium with a large data capacity. You can use the following types of Memory Stick listed below on the camcorder. However, we do not guarantee the operation of all types of Memory Stick on your camcorder. (See the list below for more details.)
Be careful not to apply excessive force when writing on a memo area on a Memory Stick Duo. Do not attach a label or the like on a Memory Stick Duo or a Memory Stick Duo adaptor. When you carry or store a Memory Stick Duo, put it in its case. Do not touch, or allow metallic objects to come into contact with the terminals. Do not bend, drop or apply strong force to the Memory Stick Duo. Do not disassemble or modify the Memory Stick Duo. Do not let the Memory Stick Duo get wet. Be careful to keep Memory Stick Duo media out of the reach of small children. There is danger that a child might swallow it. Do not insert anything other than a Memory Stick Duo into the Memory Stick Duo slot. Doing so may cause a malfunction. Do not use or keep the Memory Stick Duo in the following locations: Places subject to extremely high temperature, such as a car parked outside in the summer. Places under direct sunlight. Places with extremely high humidity or subject to corrosive gases.
x On a Memory Stick PRO Duo
The maximum memory capacity of a Memory Stick PRO Duo that can be used on your camcorder is 8 GB.
Notes on using Memory Stick Micro
To use a Memory Stick Micro with the camcorder, you need a Duo-sized M2 Adaptor. Insert the Memory Stick Micro into the Duosized M2 Adaptor, then insert the adaptor into the Memory Stick Duo slot. If you insert a Memory Stick Micro into the camcorder without using a Duo-sized M2 Adaptor, you might not be able to remove it from the camcorder. Do not leave the Memory Stick Micro within the reach of small children. They might accidentally swallow it.
x When not using your camcorder for a long time
Periodically turn on the camcorder and play a cassette for about 3 minutes. Use up the battery pack completely before storing it.
If your camcorder is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place, moisture may condense inside your camcorder, on the surface of the tape, or on the lens. In this state, the tape may stick to the head drum and be damaged or your camcorder may not operate correctly. If there is moisture inside your camcorder, [%Z Moisture condensation. Eject the cassette] or [% Moisture condensation. Turn off for 1H.] appears. The indicator will not appear when the moisture condenses on the lens. x If moisture condensation has occurred None of the functions except cassette ejection will work. Eject the cassette, turn off your camcorder, and leave it for about one hour with the cassette lid open. Your camcorder can be used again when both of the following conditions are met:
The warning message does not appear when the power is turned on. Neither % or Z flash when a cassette is inserted and video operation buttons are touched.
x How to avoid moisture condensation When you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place, put your camcorder in a plastic bag and seal it tightly. Remove the bag when the air temperature inside the plastic bag has reached the surrounding temperature (after about one hour).
If you play back a tape recorded in HDV format, the image and sound may freeze for a while (about 0.5 seconds). This occurs if the HDV signals cannot be recorded or played back correctly because of dirt on the tape or video head. Depending on the cassette, this fairly infrequently occurs even if the cassette is brand new or is not used a lot. If this freezing point is created while playing back, you can solve this problem and see the pictures by rewinding after slightly forwarding. Such a freezing point cannot be recovered if it was created while recording. To prevent such a problem, use the Sony mini DV cassette.
If the following problem occurs, clean the video heads for 10 seconds with the cleaning cassette. Playback pictures do not move. Playback pictures do not appear. The sound breaks off. [x Dirty video head. Use a cleaning cassette.] appears on the screen during recording. The following phenomenon occurs in HDV format.
If moisture starts to condense, your camcorder sometimes cannot detect condensation. If this happens, the cassette is sometimes not ejected for 10 seconds after the cassette lid is opened. This is not a malfunction. Do not close the cassette lid until the cassette is ejected. x Note on moisture condensation Moisture may condense when you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place (or vice versa) or when you use your camcorder in a humid place as shown below.
When you bring your camcorder from a ski slope into a place warmed up by a heating device. When you bring your camcorder from an air conditioned car or room into a hot place outside. When you use your camcorder after a squall or a shower. When you use your camcorder in a hot and humid place.
HDV - the Accessible HD Recording Format
HD can be Recorded on DigitalMaster professional tape as well as consumer MiniDV.
Video and television technology, as well as viewer preferences, are moving from standard definition (SD) to high definition (HD) - just like black and white television moved to color in the past. HD has almost twice the number of scanning lines available than SD. This means you can see much sharper detail and finer image quality when your work is viewed on a HD display monitor. The HVR-HD1000U adopts the HDV format for HD recording. The HDV format allows you to shoot approximate 63 minutes of HD video on a miniDV cassette tape*1. There are two standards of HDV format. One is HDV720p and the other is HDV1080i, which has 1,080 scanning lines and is used by most broadcasters already using HD. Sony has adopted the HDV1080i standard for all its HDV products. *2
HD (16:9) Edge Crop *3 i.LINK is a trademark of Sony used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394 connector. Not all products with an i.LINK connector will necessarily communicate with each other. For information on compatibility, operating conditions, and proper connection, please 1,080 lines SD (4:3) 480 lines refer to the documentation supplied with any device with an i.LINK connector. For information on devices that include an i.LINK connection, please contact your nearest Sony office. *4 Squeezed recording. *5 When a DVM80PRL standard miniDV cassette tape is used. If you record in LP mode, pictures may appear mosaic-like or sound may be interrupted when you play back the tape on other camcorders or VCRs. *6 Letter box mode is not available from the i.LINK connector. i.LINK / Analog output Letter Box*6 Down conversion Squeeze
DV non-linear editing system, while retaining an HD master on the tape for future use. Furthermore, the HVR-HD1000U offers a DV recording mode (4:3 or 16:9*4), which can
HDV1080i DV DV (LP)
An external Hard Disk Recording Unit with a 60GB capacity and 4.5 hours of recording time for HDV, DVCAM*, and DV.
LED video light using infoLITHIUM L series battery.
A LANC remote controller with variable speed zooming.
provide a recording time of approximately 120 minutes in LP mode.*5
HD Recording (16:9) SD Editing / Monitoring (4:3)
A multi-purpose mid-spreader tripod with RM-1BP.
0.7x wide conversion lens
1.7x tele conversion lens
Sonys recommended Professional Tape for HDV, DVCAM* and DV.
infoLITHIUM L series rechargeable battery pack (two packs)
infoLITHIUM L series rechargeable battery pack
UHF Synthesized Wireless Microphone Package
i.LINK cable (4pin-4pin)
i.LINK cable (4pin-6pin 1.5m/3.5m)
3m Component Video Cable
3m Multi AV Cable
HDMI cable (1.5m/3m)
*HVR-HD1000U doesnt have DVCAM recording/playback capability.
HVR-DR60 Brings HDV to IT Workflows
The optional external HVR-DR60 Hard Disk Recording Unit gives you a hybrid operation, where video and audio are recorded simultaneously to hard disk drive (HDD) and tape. The HDV or DV images are recorded as movie files in the HDD for quick nonlinear editing, enabling the operator to archive the source tape as soon as the shoot is finished.
HVR-DR60 (Hard Disk Recording Unit)
Camera section Lens Focal length 16:9 video mode 4:3 video mode 16:9 photo mode 4:3 photo mode Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens, 10x (optical), f = 5.4 to 54 mm, filter diameter: 37 mm 40 to 400mm*to 490mm*to 400mm*to 370mm*1 Auto,manual(Ring/Panel) 1/2.9-inch, ClearVid CMOS Sensor system MAX. 6.1M (2848 x 2136) (4:3) Approx. 3200K pixels Approx. 2280K pixels Approx. 1710K pixels Approx. 2280K pixels Approx. 3040K pixels 1/30-1/250 1/60-1/250 1/4-1/10000 (Still Image: 1/4-1/500) 1/2-1/500 1/4-1/100 1/2-1/250 1/240-1/lux(1/30 Shutter Speed) 11 lux(1/30 Shutter Speed) HDV1080/60i, DV/DV(LP)480/60i (NTSC) HDV1080/60i, DV/DV(LP)480/60i (NTSC) Max. 63 min with PHDVM-63DM cassette Max. 94.5 min with PHDVM-63DM cassette RCA Pin x3 RCA Pin x1 mini-DIN 4-pin x1 HDMI connector HDV/DV input/output Audio output Audio input Headphone LANC USB DC Input Others LCD viewfinder LCD monitor Speaker General Weight (w/o Tape,Battery,etc) Weight (w/Battery)*3 NP-F570 NP-F770 NP-F970 Power Requirements (AC adaptor/Battery) Power Consumption HDV (VF/VF+LCD) DV Operating temperature Storage temperature Supplied Accessory i.LINK interface (IEEE 1394, 4-pin connector) RCA Pin x2 (L,R) Stereo mini jack (3.5 mm), ECM-PS1 external shot-gun stereo microphone is supplied. Stereo mini jack (3.5 mm) Stereo mini-mini jack (2.5 mm) TYPE B connector AC-L100 AC adaptor is supplied. 0.27-inch type*2, approx. 123,200 dots, 16:9 aspect ratio 2.7-inch type*2, Clear Photo LCD plus, approx. 211,200 dots, hybrid type, 16:9 aspect ratio, touchscreen 16mm 6 lb 0 oz (2.7Kg) 6 lb 10 oz (3.0Kg) 6 lb 13 oz (3.1Kg) 7 lb 1 oz (3.2Kg) 8.4V / 7.2V 4.6W / 5.0W 4.4W / 4.8W 32 to 104 F (0 to 40 C) -4 to 140 F (-20 to +60 C) AC adaptor AC-L100 Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-F570 AV Cable Lens Cap (small) Lens Hood Microphone Windscreen Large size eye cup
*1 When the PHDVM-63DM DigitalMasterTM mini cassette tape is used. The PHDVM-63DM is Sonys recommended tape for HDV recording. The recording data rate of HDV 1080i format is almost the same as that of DV format. *2 This brochure refers to the HDV1080i specification as the HDV format.
Full Compatibility with your Current DV System
The HVR-HD1000U offers benefits for SD productions, as well as HD. It is easy to use HDV recordings for your current DV editing work. The HVR-HD1000U has a down-conversion feature that outputs converted DV signals through the i.LINK connector*3 to your current
High-quality Imaging System
1/2.9-inch ClearVid CMOS SensorTM
The next generation of Sony imaging sensor, the ClearVid CMOS Sensor used in the HVR-HD1000U camcorder, is quite unique and different from current CMOS technology. The ClearVid CMOS Sensor uses a unique pixel layout rotated 45 degrees to provide high resolution and high sensitivity. This pixel layout technology is also used in higher end professional camcorders. The ClearVid CMOS Sensor, coupled with an Enhanced Imaging ProcessorTM (EIP), generates stunning images. Moreover, thanks to the CMOS technology, bright objects do not cause vertical smear.
Optical 10x zoom by Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonner T*TM lens
The HVR-HD1000U camcorder can adapt to a wide range of shooting situations and features a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonner T* lens with 10x optical zoom, as featured on higher end professional HDV camcorders. The T* lens coating suppresses unwanted reflections and faithfully reproduces colors for professional-looking results.
without T coating with T coating
Super SteadyShot (Optical) Image Stabilizer
Larger pixel size Unique 45 angle pixel layout
Focus System Imaging system Maximum still image recording Gross pixels Effective pixels 16:9 video mode 4:3 video mode 16:9 photo mode 4:3 photo mode Shutter Speed Auto Slow ShutterON Auto Slow ShutterOFF Manual Scene Selection Super NightShot Color Slow Shutter Smooth Slow Rec Minimum illumination Auto Slow ShutterON Auto Slow ShutterOFF VTR section Recording format Play out/Down conversion format HDV/DV SP Playback/Recording time DV LP Connectors Component video output Composite video output S-Video output HDMI output
The Super SteadyShot (Optical) feature of the HVR-HD1000U is an image stabilizer using an active optical lens method that functions without any deterioration in image quality. The lens itself shifts vertically and horizontally to compensate for the polarized light axis in real time.
*1 These values are calculated to be equivalent to the 35 mm film. *2 Viewable area, measured diagonally. *3 Inluding a battery and a tape (60min.)
Digital High Definition HDV Camcorder
ClearVid CMOS Sensor
Sony Electronics Inc. 1 Sony Drive Park Ridge, NJ 07656 www.sony.com/HDV
2007 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. Sony, DVCAM, ClearVid CMOS Sensor, Enhanced Imaging Processor, DigitalMaster, SteadyShot, NightShot, i.LINK, InfoLITHIUM, Memory Stick Duo, Clear Photo LCD plus, Blu-Ray and their respective logos are trademarks of Sony. HDV and the HDV logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation and Victor Company of Japan, Limited.Vario-Sonnar T* is a trademark of Carl Zeiss AG. Printed in USA (3/08)
A new camcorder has been created to meet the growing demand from users who are looking for mobility and professional appearance. The HVR-HD1000U features a shoulder-mount design and black matte body similar to that of professional camcorders; making it perfect for weddings, corporate communications, colleges, universities and sporting events where appearance makes a difference. Premium design characteristics and high-definition HDV 1080i recording are the main features of this new one-piece shoulder camcorder, ideal for working videographers on a budget. A built-in down-converter creates DV material, perfect for standard DVD productions. Plus, a special still photo mode is ideal for producing DVD cases and making wedding photo albums. Whether you are recording weddings and corporate communications or helping students make a documentary, the HVR-HD1000U is the best choice on the market today as an entry level professional camcorder.
The HVR-HD1000U is lightweight and easy to use even for beginners, it provides a professional camcorder shoulder-mount design allows for easy balance and stable operation.
Wide Clear Photo LCD plusTM Monitor on Viewfinder Unit Provides Easy Viewing
A large, freely rotating 2.7-inch* type LCD screen is located on the top of the viewfinder unit to provide easy viewing when the HVR-HD1000U camcorder is in a
Rec indicator light
Conventional LCD device Clear Photo LCD plus
Long Operating Time With infoLITHIUMTM L Series Battery
The HVR-HD1000U camcorder uses standard infoLITHIUM L series batteries, like the DSR-PD170, HVR-Z1U, and HVR-V1U. With the NP-F970, a maximum operating time of approximately 10 hours can be achieved thanks to the power management system and low power consumption of the ClearVid CMOS Sensor.
quad-speed images are captured for three seconds, stored in the built-in buffer memory, and then recorded to tape (in either HDV or DV format) as slow-motion pictures lasting 12 seconds.*7
*7 When using this function, the resolution of the camera image is decreased. Sounds can not be recorded while shooting in this mode.
low-level position or on a tripod. This also makes it easy for a director or client to see what the camera operator is shooting. The LCD uses 211,200 dots widescreen Clear Photo LCD plus device that provides proper brightness and a high level of color reproduction.
Stereo shotgun microphone (stereo mini plug)
*viewable area measured diagonally
The Super NightShot function of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder uses a built-in
Smooth Slow Rec
The Smooth Slow Rec function of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder enables slow-motion playback by capturing images at four times faster than the normal field rate (240 fields/s). In this mode,
infrared light emitter that allows you to record an object in zero lux light levels. It also enables night-time monitoring and surveillance.
Diverse Range of Photo-creation Functions
While the HVR-HD1000U doesnt contain all the features youd find in a higher end professional camcorders, such as DVCAM recording/playback,
Camera Control Ring
A special camera control ring is located on the lens unit of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder. Any one of the following functions can be assigned to the ring for easy adjustment:
* Focus (default) * Zoom * Brightness * Shutter * Video: 1/4~1/10000 sec. * Photo: 1/4~1/500 sec. * AE Shift * WB Shift
XLR audio connectors, and TC preset menu, it does boast a diverse range of photo-creation functions. These photo-creation functions are available at the touch of a button. You can store high-quality still images on Memory Stick DuoTM media*8, and then use them to design DVD cases, website content, news, etc.
*8 Memory Stick Duo media is not supplied.
In Photo mode of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder, you can take 6.1-megapixel, 2848 x 2136-quality, 4:3-aspect images.
DC power input 123,200 dots Color EVF Adjustable shoulder pad
Capturing from recorded video
In case you missed the perfect timing for your still photo while videotaping, you can capture and save still frames from recorded video by just pressing the photo button of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder during playback. HDV footage will give you a 1.2-megapixel, 1440 x 810 pixel still image of that magic moment.
You can take 4.6-megapixel (16:9-aspect) photos while you are shooting HDV video simply by pressing the photo button.
Ergonomically Designed Handle
The ergonomically designed handle of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder contains a convenient record button and zoom control, essential for low position shooting. There are two cold shoes on the front and rear of the handle. You can attach two accessories like the HVL-LBP Battery Video Light and HVR-DR60 Hard Disk Recording Unit.
Cassette tape compartment (miniDV cassette) Photo button
Workflow Using HDV Shooting and Photo Data Creation
For working videographers starting out with a limited budget, the HVR-HD1000U camcorder provides flexibility and an amazing selection of features like HDV shooting and photo data creation. Even if you are still using SD for your projects, HD is the way of the future. Down-conversion allows you to shoot in HD to create a high-quality master tape and still use your existing DV nonlinear editing system and SD display monitor for playback and viewing.
6.1M (Photo Mode) Memory Stick Duo Printing 4.6M (Dual Rec) Capturing
3 Photo Album
For disc label / jacket design
DV non-liner editing
HDMI output connector Memory Stick DuoTM slot USB connector Down converted DV
HDV non-liner editing
6 Blu-ray Disc.
HDV i.LINK connector LANC connector Headphone jack Video/Audio output connectors
1 Shoot the original footage in HDV mode. 2 Create photo images using the photo data creation functions. 3 Make a photo album for your client using the photo data. 4 Edit your HDV recordings in the down-converted DV signal format. 5 Use your edited content and photo data for standard DVD/tape making. 6 Use the original HDV footage for HD-quality Blu-ray DiscTM making.
Super NightShot Function
The Super NightShot function of the HVR-HD1000U camcorder
uses a built-in infrared light emitter that allows you to record an object in zero lux light levels. It also enables night-time monitoring and surveillance.
A camcorder has been created to meet the growing demand from users who are looking for mobility and professional appearance. The HVR-HD1000U features a shoulder-mount design and black matte body similar to that of professional camcorders; making it perfect for weddings, corporate communications, and sporting events where appearance makes a difference. Premium design characteristics and high-definition HDV 1080i recording are the main features of this one-piece shoulder camcorder, ideal for working videographers on a budget. A built-in down-converter creates DV material, perfect for standard DVD productions. Plus, a special still photo mode is ideal for producing DVD cases and making wedding photo albums. Whether you are recording weddings and corporate communications or helping students make a documentary, the HVR-HD1000U is the best choice on the market today as an entry level professional camcorder.
|Product Type||Camcorder - professional - 1080i|
|Enclosure Color||Matte black|
|Camcorder Sensor Resolution||3.2 Mpix|
|Camcorder Effective Video Resolution||2.28 Mpix|
|Camcorder Effective Still Resolution||3.0 Mpix|
|Camcorder Interpolated Still Resolution||6.1 Mpix|
|Widescreen Video Capture||Yes|
|Media Type||Mini DV (HDV)|
|Optical Sensor Type||ClearVid CMOS|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/2.9"|
|Min Illumination||0 lux|
|Analog Video Format||NTSC|
|Digital Zoom||20 x|
|Recording Speed||SP, LP|
|Shooting Modes||Digital photo mode|
|Image Stabilizer||Optical (Super Steady Shot)|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/10000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||1/2 sec|
|Exposure Modes||Automatic, manual|
|White Balance||Custom, automatic, presets|
|Supported Resolution||1080i, 480i|
|Type||Zoom lens - 4.4 mm - 54 mm|
|Focal Length||4.4 mm - 54 mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast detection|
|Optical Zoom||10 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Filter Size||37 mm|
|Lens Manufacturer||Carl Zeiss|
|Low Lux / Night Mode||Yes|
|Digital Still Camera Function||Yes|
|Additional Features||Built-in speaker, takes photos while movie recording|
|Viewfinder Color Support||Color|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.27"|
|Viewfinder Resolution||123,200 pixels|
|Image Aspect Ratio (camcorders)||16:9|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.7" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Rotating|
|Display Format||211,200 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - detachable|
|Microphone Technology||Electret condenser|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Connector Type||1 x component video output 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x S-Video output 1 x HDMI output 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) 1 x audio input 1 x headphones 1 x Control-L (LANC) 1 x USB 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||Memory Stick Duo|
|Included Accessories||Lens hood, lens cap, wind screen, eyecup|
|Cables Included||A/V cable|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Supported Battery||Sony NP-F570|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 2200 mAh ( included )|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||HDVHD1000U, HVRHD1000U|
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