Sony DCRTRV530 Digital8 Camcorder with Builtin Digital Still Mode Review and Key Specs
Digital8 camcorder 25x optical and 28x digital zoom with image stabilization 3.5 inch color LCD monitor with black and white EVF Records 640 x 480 digital stills onto included 4 MB Memory Stick media Uses Sony’s NP-FM30 InfoLithium battery; features Sony’s NightShot 0-Lux shooting capability
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3 thoughts on “Sony DCRTRV530 Digital8 Camcorder with Builtin Digital Still Mode Reviews”
Very happy with this.I purchased the TR530 from Circuit City.I have been looking for a camcorder that will play my old videos and was not able to find one until now my whole family is enjoying the trip down memory lane.The optical zoom is great.Although its lower quality and color on the digitized side, its better than having the tapes disintegrate and losing all the footage and memories.I took it up Mt Timpanogos and discovered that not only was it too loud, but the 360 degree mic was overpowered by even the smallest breezes, and colors of flowers and plants got totally washed out in bright sunlight .The digital stills are o.The quality of the still images are a little dark and blurry but i dont use the still image function that much so, it’s up to you.I bought this because my wife wanted a digital camera and I wanted to edit video on my computer.Smaller screen, other minor changes.First at all, this device can be operated since you open the box and charge the battery..This new line seems to be a step down from their usual high quality.I also liked the sound quality especially with a help of the zoom microphone.The built-in mic, however, is quite sad.The 3.Since I have many years of hi-8 recordings, I decided to move to digital-8 format.The viewfinder was only B+W.
The 640 X 480 pixel resolution of the still photos cannot be printed in an acceptable quality.