Sony on the Move with World's First HD Walkman for Pros

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The GV-HD700E, Sony's first foray into on-the-move HD video editing is coming out in Europe this Fall. Chockablock with pro features, it boasts a seven-inch widescreen LCD and has just three buttons for 14 functions (which include search, index mark and playback zoom). On top of that, the GV-HD700E can play back HDV as well as short-play and long-play miniDV tapes. You might want to see some more stats while you're here.


Available in Europe from September 2007,

- Format: HDV / DV SP / DV LP
- LCD panel: 7.0 inch (16:9 widescreen)
- Panel resolution: 1,152K dots 800(H) x 480(V) x 3RGB
- All-scan function
- User-assignable LCD setup profiles: 6 (settings for Brightness, Colour Level, Contrast, Sharpness, Colour, Phase)
- Video (RCA x1)
- Audio (RCA x2)
- S-Video
- Component HD/SD (Special D)
- Video/Audio/S Video (AV Multi-connector)
- Memory Stick Slot
- Headphone jack
- Stereo speaker
- Battery: InfoLITHIUM L / M series
- DC power in

The GV-HD700E runs on both InfoLITHIUM L and M batteries and I'm sorry, but I can't give you a price right now. {New Launches]



Pretty cool.

But points off for using tape. Tape is so '80s.

Go with discs, man... that's the future!