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Sony Handycam HDR-XR520V

Sony Handycam DCR-DVD850

Sony Handycam DCR-SR87

Sony Handycam DCR-SX60

Sony Handycam HDR-CX100

Sony MHS-CM1

Sony MHS-PM1

The definite high point of Sony's prosumer line are the XR520V and XR500V, AVCHD camcorders that incorporate new back-illuminated CMOS technology--the company's new Exmor-R sensors--as well as geotagging capabilities. The lower-end models, the XR100 and XR200V, still seem to provide a reason to buy this year's models instead of last year's.
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The company's DVD lineup shows little significant differentiation from previous years, except for the 60x zoom lens that you could live without. We keep waiting for this technology to die.
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This year's models are pretty much the same as last year's; smaller, lighter, and an extra 20GB on the hard drive on each comparable model seems to be the biggest difference.
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Sony finally launches a flash-based standard definition product line, the SX series. The products within the line differ by the amount of built-in memory; you're usually better off buying the cheapest rather than the one with lots of internal memory, since memory-card prices--in this case, the price of Memory Stick Duo--tend to drop a lot faster.
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Sony adds a low-end HD model to its AVCHD Memory Stick-recording lineup, a more mainstream offering than the current CX12.
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One of Sony's 2 "Webbie HD" models, this vertically oriented flash-recording model is targeted to the cheap, compact, direct-to-YouTube crowd. It offers a 5x zoom, which is unusual at its price.
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Sony directly targets Flip Video with this cheap direct-to-Web model.
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