Sony Cyber-shot HX9V

Macworld Australia Staff
3 May, 2011
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Sony Cyber-shot HX9V Gadget Guide

Two dimensions are so old hat. To keep up to date with all your dimensional needs, Sony’s new HX9V point-and-shoot camera not only features a 16.2 megapixel sensor, 1080p video capabilities, built-in GPS for geotagging and Sony’s patented ‘sweep panorama’ technology, it also takes still images in 3D. You’ll never be flat again.

$599
Sony www.sony.com.au

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  1. Darren says:

    Looking for some assistance with FCPX ! When the video files are loaded into FCPX , they are very jittery , and the dropped frames warning pops up very quickly . Im using a MAC book pro i7 ,Graphics Intel HD Graphics 288 MB ,Memory 4 GB 1067 MHz DDR3, 2.66Gh processor, ( mid 2010 )
    Im running LION , I’m attempting to edit the video with FCPX. I am using the USB lead supplied ( Type 3 ) My mac has 2 x ( type2 ) USB ports. This is how I am importing the files. Thats after running the 50p ( best quality setting ) AVCHD files through either CLIP WRAP OR MEDIA CONVERTER to get them into FCPX. I have tried both wrapping & converting to every setting EG, Pro res or AIC etc. The Card I use is class4 16Gig Sandisc ultra2HC. Nothing to date has helped . many hours talking to SONY & MAC stores/techs etc. I did check HD operation and found CPU was running at 60-150% while FCPX was playing some video. Thats all the info I can offer ( I think ) Can you help , or direct me to someone that can . regards Darren

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