Sony HXR-MC50E professional camcorder

Sony Professional has today announced a new entry-level professional camcorder, the HXR-MC50E, which is designed to combine the simplicity and usability of a traditional consumer camcorder with the look and feel of a professional model.

Designed for video producers looking to benefit from the award-winning features of the Sony Professional camcorder range, the ultra compact HXR-MC50E camcorder is the ideal solution for everyone from students and freelance video journalists, to professional video producers recording large scale corporate events.

Sony HXR-MC50E camcoder

The HXR-MC50E utilises the expertise and breadth of knowledge from Sony’s Professional camcorders, whilst offering outstanding picture performance in the entry-level market. The camcorder is equipped with a Lens Hood, ECM Shotgun Microphone and a higher capacity battery, all tailored to the specific needs of the professional user. Other features include a wide angle Sony G lens at 29.8mm, improved Steadyshot and an Exmor R CMOS sensor to provide amazing sensitivity in low-light conditions.

Source: Sony

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