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Sony India Unveils New Handycam “FDR-AX43” With 4K Video Recording

The handycam comes with a built-in multi-capsule microphone for premium audio connectivity

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According to the company, the handycam has been developed for content creators and vloggers who want their footage to demonstrate a refined quality that will stand the test of time. Wikimedia Commons

Sony India on Friday announced a new 4K handycam ‘FDR-AX43’ featuring a universally acclaimed in-built gimbal mechanism, Balanced Optical SteadyShot technology for capturing smooth video footage.

The handycam will be available across all Sony Centre, Alpha Flagship stores, Sony authorized dealers and major electronic stores across India for Rs 83,490.

According to the company, the handycam has been developed for content creators and vloggers who want their footage to demonstrate a refined quality that will stand the test of time.

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Sony India on Friday announced a new 4K handycam ‘FDR-AX43’ featuring a universally acclaimed in-built gimbal mechanism, Balanced Optical SteadyShot technology for capturing smooth video footage. (Representational Image). Wikimedia Commons

It features AX43 lens which has a wide angle of 26.8 mm, allowing more of a subject to fit in the frame. It lets the users to capture a wide variety of scenes with the 20x optical zoom (26.8-536.0mm; 16:9 mode), plus 30x (4K) 7 or 40x (HD) clear image zoom and 250x digital zoom.

The handycam comes with a built-in multi-capsule microphone for premium audio connectivity. Alternatively, a connector is provided for an external microphone for pro-like movie production.

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This handycam lets users streamline their movie editing with Highlight Movie Maker. One can add highlight points to key moments while recording, then let the camcorder automatically generate a finished 4K or HD movie – with transitions synced to your chosen soundtrack. (IANS)

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Tech Gaint Apple Acquires AI-Based Platform To Improve its Virtual Assistant Siri

This is the second acquisition from Apple this week as it also acquired weather app Dark Sky

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The Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to use Voysis' technology to improve its virtual assistant Siri and the financial details of the deal has not been disclosed yet, The Irish Times reported late Friday. Pixabay

Apple has acquired Dublin-based startup Voysis, a conversational artificial intelligence (AI) platform that enables third parties to integrate high quality voice and natural language capabilities into their products.

The Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to use Voysis’ technology to improve its virtual assistant Siri and the financial details of the deal has not been disclosed yet, The Irish Times reported late Friday.

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“At Voysis, we believe voice will soon be the first point of contact between ‘man’ and machine. We believe that voice driven natural language interfaces will change the way people interact with consumer and enterprise facing applications by creating more intuitive, efficient, and personalized experiences,” according to the company’s LinkedIn bio.

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Apple has acquired Dublin-based startup Voysis, a conversational artificial intelligence (AI) platform that enables third parties to integrate high quality voice and natural language capabilities into their products. Pixabay

Voysis was founded in 2012 by Peter Cahill and Noel Ruane. The company is headquartered in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, with additional office in Edinburgh, Scotland and Boston, Massachusetts.

The company has developed voice recognition platform driven by natural language instructions and search capabilities that is extremely good at recognising and responding to voice commands from users.

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This is the second acquisition from Apple this week as it also acquired weather app Dark Sky. (IANS)