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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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Mean Fixed Broadband Download Speed in India Rises to 16.5%

Availability of 4G continues to improve in India as the country's mobile providers are trying to provide consistent coverage across the country

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India is the leader in mean fixed Broadband download speed amongst other neighbouring countries, with Bangladesh at 24.02 Mbps and Pakistan with flat speeds between 8.54 and 9.14 Mbps. Pixabay

Mean fixed broadband download speeds in India have risen by 16.5 per cent during the second quarter (Q2) and third quarter (Q3) of 2019 and topped 34.07 Mbps in September while country-wide Internet speeds were expected to increase, US-based broadband speed tester Ookla said on Wednesday.

“With Reliance Jio’s rollout of its new GigaFiber service in India in early September, we will likely continue to see countrywide speeds increase,” the company said in a statement.

According to the Ookla’s report, which examined the recent trends in Indian telecom market during the last two quarters, India is the leader in mean fixed broadband download speed amongst other neighbouring countries, with Bangladesh at 24.02 Mbps and Pakistan with flat speeds between 8.54 and 9.14 Mbps.

Availability of 4G continues to improve in India as the country’s mobile providers are trying to provide consistent coverage across the country.

This availability is the percentage of an operator’s known locations where a device has access to LTE service (including roaming).

India’s 4G Availability was relatively high at 87.9 per cent across providers during Q2-Q3 2019, which means that Speedtest users had access to LTE service at 87.9 per cent of surveyed locations.

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Mean fixed Broadband download speeds in India have risen by 16.5 per cent during the second quarter (Q2) and third quarter (Q3) of 2019 and topped 34.07 Mbps in September. Pixabay

The 4G availability was 58.9 per cent in Pakistan and 58.7 per cent in Bangladesh during the same period.

Ookla looked at fixed and mobile download speeds in the 15 largest cities in India during 2019, Q2-Q3 and found out that Chennai had the fastest mean download speed over fixed broadband (51.07 Mbps), followed by Bengaluru (42.50 Mbps) and Hyderabad (41.68 Mbps).

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The slowest download speeds on our list were measured in Nagpur (20.10 Mbps), followed by Pune (22.78 Mbps) and Kanpur (23.20 Mbps). (IANS)