Sony officially launches two new Handycam camcorders

SD camcorders fresh of Sony's IFA 2010 conveyor belt

Handycam duo packing 50x optical zoom to get a little closer to your shooting subjects

Sony has unveiled the latest additions to its Handycam range, the DCR-SX15E and the DCR SR15E SD camcorders.

The DCR-SX15E stores your video footage on removable flash memory and boasts Memory stick and SD card support, while the the DCR-SR15E packs a 80GB HDD which can keep up to 61 hours of standard definition video.


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Both the DCR-SX15E and the DCR-SR15E have 2.7-inch Photo LCD displays, an impressive 50x optical zoom for frame-filling close-ups, face detection, SteadyShot image stabilization and 2.3mm (1/8 Type) CCD image sensors.

You can transfer your precious flicks with Direct Copy which allows you to send the footage direct to an external disk drive.

The DCR-SX15E and DCR-SR15E SD camcorders are set to be available from the start of October 2010. There's no news on pricing but we will keep you posted.

Link: Sony

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