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Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability

Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability
Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability


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Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability


Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5

Sony has taken the time to combine an enormously disparate set of functions into one startlingly potent package: the DCR-PC120BT. Not only do you get the high-resolution still mode (the images top out at about 1.4 megapixels, good for a camcorder), you also get an MPEG movie mode, Bluetooth wireless networking, and an MPEG movie mode. Beyond these extras, you do get the standard set of digital camcorder amenities, such as the 10x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD, and IEEE 1394 port. The extras that Sony has packed into the PC120BT are mostly the standard set of extras. However, it’s the addition of Bluetooth that truly sets this camcorder apart. With Bluetooth, you can wirelessly connect to any PC equipped with its own Bluetooth adapter, and upload photos, MPEG movie clips, send e-mails, and even–although we’re not sure we see the utility of this–surf the Web. Both the digital stills and MPEG movie clips are recorded onto the included 8 MB Memory Stick. The standard accoutrements play ou

  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 10x optical, 120x digital, zoom with Super SteadyShot image stabilization
  • 2.5 inch color LCD and color EVF
  • Shoots megapixel stills and stores them on included 8 MB Memory Stick
  • Bluetooth adapter lets you wirelessly network with similarly equipped PC

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  1. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    excellent compact camcorder, November 25, 2002
    By 
    Kale R. Johnson “56-r” (Minneapolis, MN United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability (Electronics)

    My criteria for a camcorder included compact size & the highest Mega pixel CCD for digital picture clarity. I researched the dcr-pc120, dcr-pc101, canon optura 100 & 200mc. (I decided to stay away from the microMV camcorders namely because they only have 60min max recording tapes and i feel the miniDV’s have a larger audience)

    I chose the dcr-pc120bt sony because:
    1. it had a built in quality intelligent flash (4 settings – forced, red eye reduction, off, auto)
    2. Hologram AF Low Light Laser Assist function (this function is incredible, using a class 1 laser for focusing in low lighting)
    3. 0 lux nightshot rating
    4. Progressive shutter system
    5. Sony’s great features and the warranty/options Sony offers

    I considered the following equal in my comparison:
    1. the digital zoom is not much good after 120x, therefore canon’s 200x didn’t become a factor
    2. both have carl zeiss lenses
    3. size
    4. canon’s optical stabilization is basically equivalent to sony’s digital stabilization.

    cons on the dcr-pc120bt:
    1. grip and functioning the controls are a bit ackward (it takes a few days to get used to)- the canons 200mc is much more comfortable.
    2. bluetooth functions pushes up the price.

    I have no regrets on buying this camcorder! It took 2 minutes to install the USB driver and my computer recognized the memory stick as a removable disk where I could download pictures. If you can afford it, purchase this high quality pc120bt camcorder.

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  2. 36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It stands out, August 1, 2002
    By 
    M. Suri “Bobby” (VA USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability (Electronics)

    During my research I shortlisted following camcorders: Sony dcr-pc120bt , dcr-pc101 and Canon Optura 100mc.
    All three had very similiar features but
    120 stood due to following reasons:
    1) 1.5 Mpixel CCD + progressive shutter
    2) Halogram LF– this feature will give even a 3 M.pixel cam run for it’s money
    3) Mpeg movies capability i.e It records Mpeg format on tape/memory stick which you can email as it’s many times smaller than video file.
    4) Built in intelligent flash
    5) I could buy it for less …with 5 year warranty.

    Cons:
    1) Canon 100mc has Optical stabilizer
    2) dcr-pc101 has touch screen LCD. ( Idon’t know how much I will touch though!)
    3) Zoom control is on odd place for my big hands!

    Camera arrived last week and I compared to the videos of my previous recordings (JVC dv + panasonic DV — borrowed from friends) and difference is as big as HDTV Vs Regullar and unbeliable Snapshots !

    This camera has bluetooth which I will enjoy couple of years later when there are more bluetooth devices.

    Anyway , I like it for that price.

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  3. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love the pc120bt, February 17, 2003
    By 
    “beto4x” (Newark, N.J. USA) –
    This review is from: Sony DCRPC120BT MiniDV Camcorder w/ 2.5″ LCD, Memory Stick, MPEG, Mega Pixel Video/ Still & Network Capability (Electronics)

    I narrowed my search down to three camcorders: the Sony dcr-pc120bt, the Canon Optura 200mc and the JVC dvm96u. I first purchased the JVC and returned it because I was unhappy with the still picture quality. The next week I did the same with the Canon. I thought that the stills would not bother me because these were infact camcorders, but it did. The Sony is the best purchase I have made in a long while. The still pics are excellent. What sets the Sony apart from the Canon is the fast “low-light” focus. It actually emits infrared lasers (that are visible) to capture a sharp focus. It is a feature that you probably will not notice unless you handle all three camcorders as I did. For a purchase this expensive, I did not mind paying a little more for the Sony. The Sony is by far the best quality out there. It is full of features and the video quality is excellent. The low-light focusing system coupled together with the pop-up flash basically eliminates the need for a dedicated still camera. I keep on enphasizing the still picture quality because that is the true measure of a good lens and that was my criteria for a camcorder; 2-in-1 functionality and compact size. It is posible for someone to be happy with the Canon, but you can’t go wrong and will definately love the Sony.

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