The new Sony Handycam HDR-PJ760V is going to be showcased at the 2012 CES (Consumer Electronics Association) and is already creating quite a buzz online with camera enthusiasts. Though it is not a professional quality camera, it has some pretty unique functions, like the ability to project your recording with the use of its built-in projector on the back of the camera's LCD screen.
It also comes equipped with a user-friendly image stabilization system that the company calls Balanced Optical SteadyShot, which allows the cameras lens to move within the camera's body to compensate for a shaky hand. The Handycam shoots HD video at two frame rates, 60 frames per second and 24 frames per second, and can be operated in a full manual mode. So if you're looking for a consumer camera that offers more features than traditional ones do, be sure to visit the 2012 CES to get a closer look at this innovative new Sony camcorder.
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