Sony PMW-EX1 – unboxing
Thanks to our friends at Design Matters, inc in Atlanta we can present our most expensive unboxing experience ever. The Sony PMW-EX1 is a professional camcorder that uses Sony’s newly developed SxS PRO solid-state memory as its recording medium. The card delivers up to 800 Mbps of data transfer and the imaging device consist of three 1/2-inch CMOS sensors each with a pixel count of 1920 x 1080. Here’s the holy unboxing ceremony of this $8,000 camcorder.
Ok, let’s start unboxing this nice big Sony box.
All items come in smaller boxes. Nothing fancy but very solid and clear.
Underneath the first layer of boxes you can find the remote control, a CD and a couple of manuals.
Here’s a close-up of the manual/cd package.
Here is what you get: the Sony PMW-EX1, an 8GB SxS Pro solid-state memory card, a neck strap, USB cable, battery, battery charger, AC cable, video cable, component cable, CD and manuals.
Close-up of the cables.
And another close-up of the battery and the charger.
…and finally the solid state memory. This card can store approximately 25 minutes of full 1920×1080 HD in highest quality.
The Sony PMW-EX1 in all it’s glory. Nice one. The Fujinon 14x zoom lens looks very impressive.
Once again I would like to thank Design Matters, inc in Atlanta who sent these photos over.