Sony HDRCX900/B Video Camera with 3.5-Inch LCD (Black)

September 8, 2015 - Comment

Welcome to broadcast-quality HD video from the palm of your hand. The 1″ image sensor is approximately 8x larger than that of typical camcorders for capturing defocused backgrounds and true cinematic depth. It”s flexible, too. Record your vision in XAVCS (up to 50mpbs), AVCHD or MP4 codecs with impressive clarity and color accuracy. There”s nothing

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Welcome to broadcast-quality HD video from the palm of your hand. The 1″ image sensor is approximately 8x larger than that of typical camcorders for capturing defocused backgrounds and true cinematic depth. It”s flexible, too. Record your vision in XAVCS (up to 50mpbs), AVCHD or MP4 codecs with impressive clarity and color accuracy. There”s nothing else like it in the industry.

Comments

David M. Ice says:

So far I love it I am a professional filmmaker, and I have long lusted for a large-sensor camcorder. I have a Sony EX-1 (a 3 chip camera with 1/2″ sensors) and I love that camera…but it’s very big and heavy. After several back surgeries, weight is now becoming an issue for me. A couple of years ago I got a couple of Sony CX760 cameras (with active SteadiShot) to augment my EX-1. I was amazed at how well the cameras intercut with each other–but on telephoto the CX-760 did seems to break down, image…

Amazon Customer says:

Better than expected. After one week of intensive work, it’s a keeper. I have studied, shot and edited for a week to make sure the HDR CX900 is a keeper. So here is one person’s review. 

Ryan Reddell says:

I want to LOVE IT SOOO BAD….. I am a typical “dust off the video camera” person. My first camera was the HDR-HC3. I loved it. I put it on “easy” and just click record and let it do the rest. Tapes are getting harder to find and with a new baby, I thought why not. Looking around I decided to go with the CX900. The main reason I selected the CX900 was the 1″ sensor and I could care less about still pics. 

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