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Uploaded on Feb 18, 2012
Part 1 of a full review of the Sony Handycam DCR-SX45, a flash memory standard definition camcorder introduced in 2011 and carried over for 2012. The DCR-SX65 and DCR-SX85 are identical, except they come with 4 GB and 16 GB of built-in memory, respectively, while the SX45 requires an SD card or Memory Stick to record video. The PAL versions (DCR-SX45E/65E/85E) are also identical in terms of design and features.
These are likely to be Sony's last-ever new standard-definition Handycams; they are also still selling the DCR-SR68 hard drive Handycam, which is a carried over 2010 model. Meanwhile, Canon, Panasonic, and Samsung are also carrying over their 2011 model standard-def camcorders, while JVC introduced one new standard-def camcorder for 2011 (the GZ-MS150) and then discontinued it, and is now still selling their 2010 models instead.
This video was recorded using the NTSC version of the Sony DCR-SX65.