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Sony DCR-PC350 - Smooth Interval Recording

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by A PAJU, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. A PAJU

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    Hi,

    I am wondering whether DCR-PC350 (for European customers) really includes this feature, or not, as the "official" specs that I found at:

    http://www.sony.co.uk state that:
    (or)
    http://www.sony.fr (for example)

    state that: "Interval Rec. NO" ("Enregistrement intervalle Non")

    ...but, on the other hand, English manual (for customers in the U.S.A and Canada):

    http://www.docs.sony.com/release/DCRPC350.pdf

    ...explains how to use this function (on pages 77-78) !?!

    Hopefully these specs are wrong, and version for European markets includes Smth Int.Rec.. I'd appreciate if anyone could confirm this.

    Thanks!
     
  2. thebrummy_one

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    I don't know about this model but the 330 certainly does have it and as the 350 is the later model, I would have thought that it too would have it.
     
  3. MarkE19

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    If nobody on this forum can confirm that the DCR-PC350 definately does have this feature then I would suggest going into a Jessops etc and having a play with the camcorder and see if you can get Smth Int.Rec to work. Then if the cam does and you like it make sure you have web details of the cheapest site you can find and Jessops should price match the internet price for you, as long as it is a UK site.

    Mark.
     

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