Now you could capture the high definition content with your HDV cameras and camcorders, thanks to the Intensity, cross-platform expansion card announced by Blackmagic that allows capture via HDMI supported camcorders and deliver the output via HDMI. I know you are thinking of the two recent announced camcorders by Sony, the HVR-V1E and the HDR-FX7 that feature the HDMI ports. The Intensity offers clear quality content by eliminating the HDV & DV compression quality problems. It allows you to edit the content using large screen HDMI TVs and video projectors. The Intensity, featuring the high definition editing, will go on sale from October 15 for a price of $249.
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The new Sony HVR-V1U HDV camcorder carries the Sony’s legacy with its horde of features. The company claims the new beast to be one step ahead of the famed HDR-FX7 camcorder. The HDV revolution is on the swing and the HVR-V1U HDV delivers 24p footage at a higher resolution, very close to full HDTV. The Sony HVR-V1U boasts a superior CMOS sensor, higher resolution and awe-inspiring video performance. Another prominent capability is the 1080p resolution. Other than the HDTV and XLR, the new camcorder integrates a HDMI port too. Sony calls this a "hybrid recording system," where you can shoot your master and archive at the same time. It is expected to be released in December for a price of $4800.