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Like most digital camcorders, the TRV11 is equipped with an IEEE 1394 connection (also known as i.Link and Fire Wire) for digital image transfer, allowing video editing on a properly equipped home computer. In addition, all analog ports on the DCR-TRV11 have analog to digital converters built-in. With this feature, anyone upgrading from older analog equipment can transfer their old memory to new digital tapes.
If you own a TV equipped with Sony's Super LaserLink feature (or purchase an optional Super LaserLink attachment for your TV), playback is especially easy. You can just aim the DCR-TRV120 at the TV from up to 26 feet away, press Play, and enjoy your videos without having to connect any wires.
The DCR-TRV11 also doubles as a digital still camera, recording photos onto an included Memory Stick at a resolution of 640 x 480. This resolution is fine for images you're e-mailing or viewing on a monitor, but most dedicated digital cameras today offer far more detail. The package includes PictureGear Lite 4.1 software for Windows, which lets you transfer stills to your computer and manipulate and catalog them once they're there.
Digital program editing allows for easy dubbing of 20 selected scenes from one digital camcorder to another, or to an analog VCR. Three different white-balance settings help optimize color. The DCR-TRV11 includes a microphone input, as well as an intelligent shoe for select Sony accessories. Also included are a 4 MB Memory Stick, serial cable for still image transfers, power supply, lithium ion battery, remote, stereo AV cable, lens cap, and shoulder strap.
Old technology, but I had to replace my existing MiniDV camcorder (damaged) to convert my exisiting MiniDVs to video files etc.Published 11 months ago by Enslin Tukker
i bought this camera by mistake around 3 years ago, in NY city for 1300$ plus aditional battery, lents, etc.... Read morePublished on January 21, 2005 by Moises Mattout
I had this camera for 2 years and had constant trouble with the door mechanism for the tape. It opens from the bottom and the tape pops up! Read morePublished on September 9, 2003 by Drew Hegarty
A little pricey but this camera is loaded with features. You can send wireless video directly to your television or monitor using the laser link. Read morePublished on February 1, 2002 by Ronald E. Spears
I bought my Sony DCR-TRV11e in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. My intention was to learn and play with the gadget, and later on continue with editorial features on my computer. Read morePublished on January 29, 2002 by Eivind Rigstad
The Sony DCR-TRV11 is Sony's least expensive MiniDV camcorder. There are cheaper Digital 8 camcorders, but MiniDV allows you to hold more video and is more compact (although MiniDV... Read morePublished on January 5, 2002
I really enjoy this camera. I recently had a new addition to the family and find myself using this camera quite often. Read morePublished on November 22, 2001 by Jason Lenhart
FYI...this camcorder comes with an i.link SERIAL cable. If you want to transfer your images to your iMac, you're going to have to go out and get an additional cable: either the... Read morePublished on April 27, 2001 by P. B. Fey