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Sony India Introduces Handheld Camcorder

The camcorder also offers users the flexibility to shoot in 4K and cut out in HD during post production

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Sony India on Tuesday introduced a new handheld camcorder “HXR-NX200” for professional videographers and content creators in India.

Available for Rs 1.6 lakh, the camcorder is capable of capturing 4K high resolution images, the company said in a statement.

The camera is equipped with a 29mm wide-three angle G Lens alongside independent manual lens rings, enabling manual control of focus, zoom and iris.

A 12x optical zoom is dramatically enhanced with Sony’s unique By “Pixel Super Resolution Technology”, clear image zoom — at 24x in HD and 18x in 4K.

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Available for Rs 1.6 lakh, the camcorder is capable of capturing 4K high resolution images, the company said in a statement. (IANS)

With Sony’s “1.0-type Exmor RCMOS image sensor” with effective 14.2MP that achieves high sensitivity, the camcorder delivers clear image quality in 4K, the company claimed.

The “HXR-NX200” enables users to stream live events in HD through a production ecosystem, when paired with the MCX-500 multi-camera live producer and the RM-30BP remote commander.

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The camcorder also offers users the flexibility to shoot in 4K and cut out in HD during post production. (IANS)

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India Sold Over 204 mn WiFi Devices in 2018: Report

The market research firm predicted smartphones would continue to lead the WiFi enabled devices by installed base

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As many as 204.5 million WiFi enabled consumer devices were sold in 2018, with mobile phones contributing close to 90 per cent of the sales, a new report said on Tuesday.

According to market research firm techARC, WiFi sale of enabled devices is expected to grow at 8 per cent in 2019 with sales touching 221 million units, primarily led by smart and connected devices for home and office automation.

“The future lies in wireless highspeed connectivity and WiFi offers one of the most reliable and affordable alternatives to it. We have seen so far WiFi enablement through legacy IT and communications devices like laptops, routers and smartphones.

“This is now shifting to other consumer electronics like TVs, lighting, ACs and refrigerators. At the same time, it’s also penetrating into automobiles as well as other traditionally dumb IT peripherals like storage devices,” Faisal Kawoosa, Founder and Chief Analyst at techARC, said in a statement.

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In terms of active user base, the research firm estimates India is having close to 600 million consumer devices being used for communication, productivity, entertainment and other smart and connected use cases.

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The market research firm predicted smartphones would continue to lead the WiFi enabled devices by installed base.

However, the growth will be seen more in smart TVs including streaming devices as well as other home automation/smart devices leveraging WiFi connectivity. (IANS)

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