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SONY PDW 1600 HD 422

GOOD CONDITION PDW 1600 HD 422

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Date Expires: 10/04/2018
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GOOD CONDITION PDW 1600 HD 422

SONY PDW 1600 HD 422

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The PDW-F1600 offers multi-format recording flexibility as standard - including SD recording and a frame rate of 23.98P in 1080 mode.


The foundation of the PDW-F1600 deck incorporates the features of the PDW-HD1500, and acts as more than just a file-based recording deck. With its insert/assemble editing capability, it can be used as a recorder in a linear editing system - just like a conventional VTR.
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