Though they're hardly jammed with manual capabilities, Sony still hides the SR series' Easy button under the LCD.
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The only definite indication that these are different models is the resolution logo. The cameras are even similar colors.
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Sony has expanded support for its Handycam Station dock and DVDirect burner and bundles the dock with its standard-def models.
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Four- and 6-megapixel HDV models top out Sony's consumer models for spring 2007.
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The new high-end HDV camcorder offers a broad set of manual controls.
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The budget hard-drive-based models all have essentially the same design but come in different shades of silver-gray.
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The DVD-based models retain a fairly traditional design.
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How much easier can you get than that readily visible Easy button?
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The SR series' new asymmetric profile looks like it should be quite comfortable to hold. You now operate the power switch with your forefinger rather than your thumb.
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The ever-popular, low-end tape models are getting increasingly compact, although the bottom-of-the-line HC28 (lower right corner) remains a bit chunkier.
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The higher-end UX7 adds an assignable dial for shooting stills.
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Two times the video fun awaits you, thanks to added dual-layer support in the UX5 and the UX7.
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The DVD308 and its little brother, the DVD108, are nearly identical--on the outside.
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