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Buying Guide: Sony DVD camcorders

If you are looking to watch videos from your camcorder on DVD immediately after you shoot, then Sony’s DVD camcorder line of models is a good option to consider. Read through some Sony digital DVD camcorders models and their different price points to help you buy the best DVD camcorder from Sony.

Sony DCR-DVD450E Camcorder

Product description The SDCR-DVD450E is a standard definition camcorder that offers simple shooting and play back and long record time with up to 11 hours on 16GB internal memory. Also, get a powerful 60x optical zoom and 5.1 surround sound channel and SteadyShot image stabilization that lets you capture crisp, clear audio. An included Picture Motion Browser for your PC lets you easily browse, sort and search all your clips and photos and email to friends, burn them to disc or upload to social networking sites. Price Purchase from online stores such as Argos.co.uk at a price of £ 341, as per May 2011 merchant price comparison figures by Pricerunners.co.uk and Alatest.co.uk. Always confirm the retailer's price and product information prior to making your purchase.

Sony DCR-DVD505 Camcorder

Product description The Sony DCR-DVD505 is an easy-to -use camcorder that lets you take three megapixel photographs and record video directly onto DVD-R, DVD-RW, and DVD+RW media simultaneously. Also, get a large LCD, decent still photos and innovative wireless microphone accessory. Price Buy online from merchant sites like Amazon.co.uk and Ebay.co.uk at a typical price of £ 988.19, as of May 2011 Pricerunners.co.uk and Alatest.co.uk price review figures.

Sony Handycam DVD110 DVD Camcorder

Product description The Sony Handycam DVD110 DVD is a small, neat and easy to use camcorder with 40x Optical, 2000x Digital Zoom. It also features a 2.7-inch wide LCD0, 0.3-inch 123k Color Viewfinder, stereo recording with link to Zoom, DVD-R / -RW / +RW / +R DL compatible recording and more. Price Buy new and used dvd Sony Handycam DVD110 from online stores such as Amazon.co.uk and Play.com from £194.99, as of 2011 price comparison by Pricerunner.co.uk.

Sony Handycam DVD105E DVD Camcorder

Product description The Handycam DVD105E DVD is a lightweight, easy to use entry-level Sony Handycam camcorder with a compact design. It features a Carl Zeiss lens, 2.5 Hybrid LCD screen with touch panel, 20X Optical zoom and more. Price Buy new and used Sony Handycam DVD105E DVD from merchant sites such as Amazon.co.uk and Play.com from £194.99, as of 2011 DVD camcorder reviews by Pricerunner.co.uk.

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