Spring-actuated shoulder-type tape recorder for professional broadcast use. This device played a central role in the development of street-level coverage and interviews by broadcasting stations. After appearing in R. Yokoyama's comic strip Densuke in the Mainichi Newspaper, this recorder was nicknamed the Densuke.
BV (Broadcasting Video) Series U-matic VTR for professional broadcasting use.
1-inch VTR for professional broadcasting use.
Worlds first component digital VTR compliant with D1 format.
Worlds first composite digital VTR for professional broadcasting use compliant with D2 format.
Digital Betacam 1/2-inch component digital VTR, incorporating digital image compression technology.
Digital Betacam integrated camera/VTR for professional broadcasting use.
HD-1080/24P production system developed to meet Hollywood requirements.
VTR (MPEG 1MX format) capable of storing video data of up to 50 Mbps through the use of MPEG2 compression technology.
Nonlinear production system for HDTV/SDTV.
Worlds first blue-violet laser based optical disc production system for professional broadcasting, available in five models.
HDV camcorder for professional use. Conforms to the HDV specification for recording outstanding HD video on current DV cassettes.
First HD-compatible model in the XDCAM series of camcorders incorporating a professional disc-based blue-violet laser recording system.
Sony’s first 2/3-inch CMOS memory camcorder --- the shoulder-mount model
Sony's first professional camcorder with solid state XDCAM recording (MPEG HD422 video recorded as MXF files on SxS memory cards).
The industry’s first professional-use master monitor equipped with organic EL panel
The smallest, most lightweight professional camcorder capable of filming and photographing 3D images
* Full Hi-vision 3D-compatible NXCAM camcorder
* Current as at April, 2011.
Ultra short focus LCD projector that achieves the industry’s shortest LCD projection distance (*1) and highest brightness (*2)
*1: The distance from the screen surface to the projection window. Refers to the ‘VPL-SW535’ WXGA resolution model only. As investigated by Sony in November, 2011.
*2: In ultra short focus LCD models with WXGA resolution. As investigated by Sony in November, 2011.