Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar optical zoom lens

By: Donaldkaniston
The Sony handycam camcorder has become one of the staples in the camcorder industry.

Owning a Sony handycam camcorder has many perks, but the best of all is the ease of operation.

Other benefits of owning a Sony camcorder include having Nightshot and a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar optical zoom lens. The Nightshot allows a person to take videos and still shots in the dead of night. This is not included on every model, but for those that do have it, the effects are amazing. The zoom lens is one of the most up-to-date, with optical technology. It includes image stabilization and this is key because the Sony brand of digital camcorders are hand held and this can prove to be a wobbly experience.

Owning and operating a Sony handycam camcorder has never been simpler.

On all of their camcorders, Sony has strategically placed the basic operating buttons so that an individual can simply change the stroke of their finger in order to switch from wide screen to regular screen or from high definition video to standard definition, depending on which model a person chooses to purchase. For many of those who are not very computer savvy, these are great camcorders to invest time and money into because of the ease of use and simplicity.

An individual can easily go from beach light mode to candle light mode with just the slight movement of a finger. Many digital video cameras are hard to operate because of all the buttons. However, the Sony brand is so simple that anyone, of any age, can operate one with little knowledge. That way, a person will not miss a minute of action!

The Nightshot allows a person to take videos and still shots in the dead of night. This is not included on every model, but for those that do have it, the effects are amazing. The zoom lens is one of the most up-to-date, with optical technology. It includes image stabilization and this is key because the Sony brand of digital camcorders are hand held and this can prove to be a wobbly experience.
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