Sony : odwp.product_information.title : hdw-650p (hdw650p) : united kingdom

HDCAM has become the format of choice around Features
the world for high quality HD programming across a wide range of production genres. Since launch over 43,000 HDCAM camcorders and VTRs have Choice of HD Recording Formats, includ-
been purchased, and year-by-year Sony has con- ing both interlaced and progressive
tinued to strengthen the line-up to offer new cre- The HDW-650P offers a choice of video formats for both frame rates and scanning mode. Acquisition For 2008, Sony has added a new camcorder to the of pictures at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 in 50i, The HDW-650P incorporates the latest develop- Three 2/3-inch HD Power HAD FX CCDs
ments in acquisition technology to capture breath- taking HD images. It can record pictures in 1080/ The HDW-650P is equipped with three 2/3-inch 50i and 59.94i interlace mode, as well as in 1080/ type 2.2-megapixel HD CCDs, which are also used 25P where a natural ’film look’ is required.
in Sony’s class leading HDC-1500 HD Camera.
The camcorder features three newly developed Based on Sony’s Power HAD FX sensor technology 2/3-inch type Power HAD FX CCDs, a 14-bit A/D and the latest on-chip lens structure, the converter, and a state-of-the-art DSP LSI signal HDW-650P offers a high sensitivity of F11 at 59.94 processing. This provides extremely wide tonal re- production, as well as a high sensitivity of F12 at 50 Hz. A signal-to-noise ratio of up to 59dB is realised using a newly developed noise-suppres- Superb Signal-to-noise Ratio
A signal-to-noise ratio of 59dB can be achieved by The HDW-650P is equipped with many useful fea- activating the Noise Suppression (NS) mode of the tures as standard - including a 3.5-inch colour HDW-650P, which helps to reduce the high-fre- LCD screen located on the inside panel - all pack- quency noise elements of video signals using aged into a well-balanced, reliable chassis.
Sony’s advanced digital processing technology.
Other benefits include two HD-SDI outputs, a 14-bit A/D Conversion
down-converted SD output, selectable gamma characteristics (HyperGamma), interval recording, The HDW-650P incorporates high-performance picture cache recording, and a slow shutter func- 14-bit A/D conversion so that images captured by tion - all provided as standard. Addition of an op- the high-performance CCDs can be processed with tional colour or monochrome viewfinder and an optional ECM series microphone completes the This high-resolution A/D conversion allows mid- to dark-tone areas of the picture to be faithfully re- produced. Thanks to the 14-bit A/D converter, pre-knee signal compression in highlighted areas can be eliminated, and the camera can clearly reproduce a high-luminance subject at a 600% buffered in the camcorder’s memory before the Rec. start button is pressed (when in Standby This ensures that action up to eight seconds be- 3.5-inch* LCD
fore the Rec. start button was pressed will still be captured. Cache recording works even before the A large, easy-to-view, colour LCD screen on the tape is inserted into the drive - helping to prevent HDW-650P camcorder’s side panel enables operat- the loss of any unexpected, yet important events.
ors to instantly review recorded footage - as well as access the camera’s set-up menus, and view status indications such as the four channels of au- Slow Shutter*
dio and the remaining time available from the The shutter speed of the HDW-650P is selectable down to a 16-frame period (in 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, New Audio Capability: Digital Wireless
During this frame period, electrical charges accu- mulate on the CCDs, which dramatically increases Microphone Receiver
sensitivity. This helps camera operators to shoot The HDW-650P is compatible with a range of mi- The Slow Shutter function also allows operators to use shutter speeds longer than the frame rate, for It is equipped with a slot to accommodate the enhanced shooting creativity. For example, when DWR-S01D* digital wireless microphone receiver, shooting a moving object, to create intentional which provides two-channel audio with stable and secure transmission tolerant to interference.
*Requires a software upgrade, planned to be The status of the digital wireless microphone sys- tem can be monitored through both the camcord- er’s viewfinder and the LCD display.
Other Features Provided as Standard
ECM-680S/678/674, are also available as options.
• Four types of HyperGamma characteristic as standard: HyperGamma 1, 2, 3, and 4. Oper- *The DWR-S01D will be available in spring 2009 ators can select the best-suited preset gamma curve depending on the scene being shot and their desired ’look’ for the image.
Well-balanced Compact Body
• Supports AES/EBU Digital Audio input, in addi- The ergonomic design of the HDW-650P provides tion to microphone input, +48 V microphone optimum weight balance, allowing users to enjoy comfortable hand-held operation. Because its • Trigger REC function (HD-SDI Remote Func- centre of gravity is located roughly at the centre point of the shoulder pad, operating the camera for long periods on the shoulder causes less strain on the supporting arm. The HDW-650P’s light body weighs just 4.2 kg (9 lb 4 oz).
Down-conversion Capability
Superb High Definition pictures
The HDW-650P is equipped with a built-in down- The HDW-650P acquires pictures in 1080-line res- conversion system as standard. Down-converted olution, providing an unforgettable High Definition pictures can be output via SD-SDI for SD post viewing experience for your audience.
Increased marketability of your
Picture Cache Recording
The HDW-650P offers a picture cache recording HDCAM has achieved an enviable reputation for quality, and programmes shot in HDCAM are ac- Up to eight seconds of audio and video are cepted by many of the world’s most prestigious broadcasters. Shooting in HDCAM opens up new opportunities for international co-production and distribution opportunities. And even when down- converted to SD, pictures from HDCAM camcord- ers will look noticeably better than those origin- Peace of mind for High Definition post
Differentiation in a crowded market
Over 43,000 HDCAM VTRs and camcorders are in use worldwide, and the number of post houses HDCAM camcorders have built an unrivalled repu- equipped with HDCAM grows every day. You can tation for the production of the very best in quality relax in the knowledge that there is an HDCAM fa- programming, helping establish HDCAM as the cility close by to add the finishing touches to your preferred High Definition format worldwide. In today’s multi-channel world, shooting with the HDW-650P ensures that your pictures stand out to Easy integration with Standard
Ease-of-use for minimum re-training
shooting HDCAM, with many of them using exist- The latest in a long line of digital camcorders from ing SD suites for post production. This approach provides many advantages. These include the design and familiar operation for which Sony cam- lower cost associated with SD post production, and the benefit of retaining an exceptionally high HDW-650P, you avoid expensive operational re- quality HDCAM original recording for future training and can generate great pictures from day Technical Specifications
5.9 kg (13 lb) (with VF, Mic, BCT-40HD cassette tape, BP-GL95 battery) 35 W (with 12 V DC supply, when recording, LCD monitor off) --Input/output connectors--
BNC type x1, HDSDI/SDSDI: 0.8 Vp-p, unbalanced Mini-jack x2, 8 O, -8 to -18 dBs variable 4-pin x1, 11 to 17 V DC, maximum rated current 0.5 A 12-pin x1, 11 to 17 V DC, maximum rated current 0.7 A XLR type 3-pin (Female) x2, -60 dBu/+4 dBu/AES/EBU (0 dBu = 0.775 XLR type 5-pin (Female) x1, -50 dBu (LPF ON) BNC type x1, VBS/Y (component): 1.0 Vp-p, 75 O, unbalanced BNC type x1, HD-SDI: 0.8 Vp-p, unbalanced --VTR section--
For 59.94i format: 40 minutes (using BCT-40HD) For 50i/25PsF format: 48 minutes (using BCT-40HD) Approx. 5 minutes (using BCT-40HD video cassette) Sony HDCAM cassette BCT-6HD/12HD/22HD/32HD/40HD Y: 74.176 MHz (59.94i), 74.25 MHz (50i) Pb/Pr: 37.088 MHz (59.94i), 37.125 10 bits/sample (8 bits sample for compression processing) --Audio performance (with standard playback machine)--
Less than 0.08% (at 1kHz, reference level) --Camera section (Performance)--
CC filter (electric) A : Cross filter, B : 3200K, C : 4300K, D : 6300K ND filter (optical) 1: Clear, 2: 1/4 ND, 3: 1/16 ND, 4: 1/64 ND 54 dB (Noise suppressor off. 59 dB when noise suppressor is on.) 1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 (s) (at 59.94i format) 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 (s) (at 50i format) 1/33, 1/50, 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 (s) (at 25PsF) -6dB/-3dB/0dB/3dB/6dB/9dB/12dB/18dB/24dB/30dB/36dB/42dB Accessories
Batteries and Power Supplies
Mixers, Switchers & Recorders
UWP Wireless Series
Lapel (ECM-series)
Viewfinders and Hoods
Hard shell carrying case for Digital Betacam WL-800 Series Transmitters


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