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Sony PMW-EX1 – unboxing

Sony PMW-EX1


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.

Sony PMW-EX1
Ok, let’s start unboxing this nice big Sony box.

Sony PMW-EX1
All items come in smaller boxes. Nothing fancy but very solid and clear.

Sony PMW-EX1
Underneath the first layer of boxes you can find the remote control, a CD and a couple of manuals.

Sony PMW-EX1
Here’s a close-up of the manual/cd package.

Sony PMW-EX1
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.

Sony PMW-EX1
Close-up of the cables.

Sony PMW-EX1
And another close-up of the battery and the charger.

Sony PMW-EX1
…and finally the solid state memory. This card can store approximately 25 minutes of full 1920×1080 HD in highest quality.

Sony PMW-EX1
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.

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