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Sony GV-HD700 HD Video Walkman Announced

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Sony To Ship World’s First HD Video Walkman This September

Sony will introduce the world’s first HD Video WALKMAN, a compact, portable device to view and playback both high-definition HDV video and standard mini DV tapes.

The GV-HD700 features a WVGA (1,152k dots), 7-inch widescreen (16:9) LCD screen for monitoring video and still images. Its all-scan function ensures that 100% of the recorded frame area is displayed on the screen for accurate reviewing of shots. It can also record HDV and DV signals from an external source for use as a back-up deck as well as transfer still images from tapes to Memory Stick media cards.

For convenient operation, any of fourteen commonly-used functions, such as search, index mark and playback zoom, can be assigned to three function buttons. Users can customize the LCD screen by storing up to six set-ups. The unit’s status check mode gives handy on-screen confirmation of key audio, output, assign and LCD settings.

The model is equipped with multiple ports for recording and playing tapes from a range of sources, and also has HDMI output for connection to a compatible HDTV or computer monitor.

It also incorporates Sony x.v.Color™ technology. Based on the new international xvYCC color standard, Sony x.v.Color nearly doubles the data range of colors that can be displayed accurately on xvYCC-compliant displays, such as Sony BRAVIA televisions.

Supplied accessories will include an AC Adaptor, wireless remote controller, component cable and AV Multi Cable (without S Video). For extra versatility the GV-HD700 can be used with InfoLITHIUM L and M Series batteries.

The GV-HD700 will be available in September for about $1,300 at Sony Style retail stores (www.sonystyle.com/retail), and at authorized dealers nationwide. Pre-orders are currently available at www.sonystyle.com.
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