The Sony HDR-FX1: A work horse for filming in the Third World
5 August 2012
Summary: We purchased the camera as a backup to the FX1 that we own. This camera is in excellent shape as it had been handled with immaculate care. The Sony FX1is a superlative camera in every respect. It's only drawback today is that it does not have the capability of recording to a solid state chip, recording only to mini DV tapes.
Summary: I now have three HDR-FX1 cameras, mainly because they are such great workhorse cameras with exceptional HD quality at an incredible price. Pros: three big imaging chips, fantastic lenses, good form factor, plush with manual controls. Cons: No XLR audio jacks, no progressive mode, and only records to tape internally. I have external solid-state chip recording devices that overcome the tape limitation, and they record in progressive.
Summary: Sony HDR-FX1 3-CCD HDV High Definition Camcorder w/12x Optical Zoom this is the best camcorder hd i ever use with the stuning hd video ,clear like crital and shiny like diamond eventhought it use a hdv tape it is still pretty good .i would recommended this for wedding short movie ,interview and video music.sony it is just the best in video camcorder ,i mean to say the king.this camcorder would not dissapointed you.i really recommended it if your swicthind from sd to...