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Sony Camcorder DCR-HC22E PAL and PictBridge

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by porto99, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. porto99

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    This Sony camcorder has a nice photo feature that allows you to take stills (with 7 seconds of sound).

    Now it would be nice to use a PictBridge printer to print off these stills.

    I have looked at the documentation, but cant find any reference to PictBridge.

    Are they anyway I can use a PictBridge printer with this Camcorder to print off the current image on display?


    Many thanks,

    Porto99
     
  2. AMc

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    I have the same camera - I'd be very surprised if you could do this in a single step.
    The 'still' image is actually recorded to tape and doesn't exist as a JPG image file that you would get from a digital stills camera.
    I imagine that you would need to save the image in some way using the Sony software before you could print it.
     
  3. adasdj

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    Hi I'm about to buy the sony dcr-hc22 sometime soon, I was wondering if someone could send in a video clip from the hc22 just to see what the quality is like. :lease:
     
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    Hi adasdj and welcome to the forum :hiya:

    I would say it would be very unlikely that anybody would send a file of footage recorded from any camcorder due to the massive size. A short 4 minute clip in uncompressed, full quality AVI format would be a massive 1Gb in size :eek:
    I would say you would be better off starting a new thread asking other users of the cam what they think of it, or even doing a search on the forum first as it may well have already been covered.

    Mark.
     

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