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  D1 (Sony) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
D1 stored uncompressed digitized component video, encoded at Y'CbCr 4:2:2 using the CCIR 601 raster format, along with PCM audio tracks as well as timecode on a 19 mm (3/4") cassette tape.
D1 was notoriously expensive and the equipment required very large infrastructure changes in facilities which upgraded to this format.
Early D1 operations were plagued with difficulties, though the format quickly stabilized and was renowned for its superlative image quality.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/D1_(Sony)   (303 words)

 RW Online - Product Evaluation
But now, like a shooting star, Sony has entered the fray with a compelling new pro field recorder that defies conventional expectations and seems destined to be a classic.
Its integrated stereo X-Y microphone configuration is nice, with Sony claiming the D1's condenser pair has a nearly 30 kHz frequency response and results in a sensitivity of nearly 6 dB superior to that of a standard outboard stereo microphone.
The good news is that Sony or a third party could build a one-piece battery cartridge that would pop in and out of the D1 in lieu of the AA battery tray.
www.rwonline.com /reference-room/product_evaluation/2006.02.15-08_ss_pe_sony.shtml   (1350 words)

 Sony PCM-D1 Portable Linear PCM Recorder Review - Futuremusic Presents ::: TestDrive Product Reviews
When Sony first showcased the PCM-D1 at the AES trade show, I got a severe case of technolust.
Sony went to great lengths to control noise on the PCM-D1 and several tricks of the trade are utilized to give the unit an extremely low noise floor.
Kudos to Sony for using a standard format and not forcing the consumer to purchase several proprietary rechargeable batteries for backup.
www.futuremusic.com /news/testdrive/sonypcmd1.html   (1217 words)

 Sony s D1 format was the first major push towards fully...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sony s D1 format was the first major push towards fully...
Sony's "D1" format was the first major push towards fully digital videotape operations.
D1 is still in some usage as of 2003 2003, and many of the technologies introduced with this format are still common to more recent digital videotape formats.
www.biodatabase.de /D1   (162 words)

 Sony PCM-D1 Recorder (Sale Price: $1,799.99) : Gigasonic.com
One caveat, which Sony mentions in the manual, is that there is a fair amount of handling noise from the thin titanium case.
In the case of our VPR reporter, he became aware of it quickly, and was able to compensate by holding the unit near the bottom and not rubbing his fingers on it, but I wouldn't guarantee that every reporter would be so motivated or careful.
In fairness, the Sony rep at NAB2006 said that the unit wasn't specifically designed for hand held use — but I would venture that using a small pistol grip camera mount would probably solve that problem nicely.
www.gigasonic.com /Sony-pcm-d1.html   (808 words)

 SYPHA - Sony Debuts PCM-D1 Linear PCM Field Recorder
Sony debuted the PCM-D1 portable recorder at the 2005 AES Convention.
The PCM-D1 can be used for high-quality recording in an array of applications including live sound, house of worship and theatrical performance, as well as by journalists in the field.
The Sony PCM-D1 recorder is expected to be available in December at a suggested list price of $2000.
syphaonline.com /SYPHAnewsitems2005/SYPHAnews20051102-05.html   (219 words)

 Hands-On: D1 Grand Prix for PS2 on Gamepro.com.
In D1 GP, you'll take part in a multitude of modes, which include entering in past D1 competitions from 2001 to 2005 in the D1 Series mode, or taking part in Time Attack, Battle, or a mini-game mode called X-treme mode.
D1 GP also allows you to pick your own car, select graphics, rims, and a spoiler, and tune it.
Instead of trying to place in the top 3 in a race, D1 tasks you to earn drift points by entering into drifts at high speed, maintaining speed during a drift, maintaining optimum angles (drift line) of turning within a drift, and cutting into an opponent vehicle's inside line during a simultaneous drift.
www.gamepro.com /sony/ps2/games/previews/67208.shtml   (517 words)

 dapreview.net: News / Comments / Sony PCM-D1: near-ultimate recorder beast thing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ok, so Sony's image was dented quite a bit because of that whole DRM software/rootkit business but to compensate for all the sorrow, they have designed something that looks to be a cross-breed between the Terminator and some BattleStar Galactica-kind of brain surgery tool.
The Sony PCM-D1 measures 0.422(h) x 0.157(w) x 0.072(d) cubits, and weighs 1050 Chinese Imperial fen.
Somewhat surprised that Sony would not put an XLR mic connector on such a high-end component, but the right cord will solve that problem.
www.dapreview.net /comment.php?comment.news.2534   (917 words)

 Radio Magazine | Sony PCM-D1
Weighing just over a pound (18.2 ounces with batteries), thinner and half again as long (2.5" × 6.75" × 1.3") as the venerable Sony TCD-8 portable DAT recorder many field recordists are accustomed to using, the PCM-D1 linear recorder is, at first glance, a work of engineering art.
In a rather radical departure for Sony, the unit records linear PCM WAV files that can be transferred from the unit via USB for immediate editing.
The Sony Super Bitmap scheme also lives on in the unit as a selectable parameter for recording.
beradio.com /recording/radio_sony_pcmd   (1545 words)

 Nikon D1 Review: 1. Intro: Digital Photography Review
Nikon's D1 has been around for over a year now, first officially announced on 15th June 1999, though we'd seen plenty of "behind glass" prototypes before then.
The D1 features a 2.74 megapixel 23.7 mm x 16.7 mm CCD which outputs 2.62 million pixels (2000 x 1312).
This means that, like other digital SLR's the D1 features a focal length multiplier of 1.5x, thus a 28 mm lens on a D1 has an equiv.
www.dpreview.com /reviews/nikond1   (442 words)

 D1:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
D1 (Sony) (An early digital video recording format)
The D1 Grand Prix, the first car drifting championship in the world.
In town and country planning in the UK, D1 is the code for permission to use specific land or premises for non-residential institutions (schools, libraries, surgeries, libraries).
winelib.com /wiki/D1   (142 words)

 Sony Business Solutions & Systems - Featured
The PCM-D1 is lightweight, free of all drive mechanisms, equipped with highly sensitive electret condenser microphones, and designed with circuits that process stereo sound with virtually no extraneous noise.
Ideal for conference rooms and lecture theatres as well as a wide range of other presentation applications, the SRP-X700P reflects a major trend in modern presentations towards combining wireless and wired microphones with audio from multimedia sources ranging from video recorders and DVD players to notebook PCs and LCD projectors.
Sony wireless mics offer incredible channel selection flexibility and RF stability for applications such as broadcasting, sound reinforcement, and musical performance.
bssc.sel.sony.com /BroadcastandBusiness/markets/10013/market_10013.shtml   (217 words)

 Updates from Sony Canada
Sony is also displaying the HDC-1550 triax interface portable camera, for current triax-based applications.
The Sony HDC-1000 studio camera is planned to be available in August at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $130,000.
Sony's MediaVenue server supports MXF as a native file format and can provide seamless interoperability across many commonly used formats and compression standards.
www.reelwest.com /happening/wire/may_2005/sony.htm   (1921 words)

 audioMIDI.com - Sony Pro Audio - PCM-D1 Portable Field Recorder
Sony's new PCM-D1 portable recorder combines trademark professional quality with a heavy-duty enclosure that will make you the envy of everyone in the field.
The 2-track PCM-D1 was created for high-quality mobile recording in an array of applications including live sound, house of worship and theatrical performance, as well as by journalists in the field.
The new Sony PCM-D1 recorder is lightweight and free of all drive mechanisms.
www.audiomidi.com /PCM-D1-Portable-Field-Recorder-P7860.aspx   (396 words)

 Music thing: There is a God, and his name is Sony PCM-D1
but still, the sony weighs about a kilo, that's as much as my camcorder and a lot more than what should be possible..
For ENG the Sony seems to be a little overkill and for film shoots you can get better suited gear for the same price.
sony does not mention it on their webpages.
musicthing.blogspot.com /2005/10/there-is-god-and-his-name-is-sony-pcm.html   (1446 words)

 Podcasting Tricks - Podcasting How-To Site
The Sony quickly landed on my radar as not only the most feature rich product available, but also the coolest looking.
The Sony is lightweight (18.2) ounces and takes up about as much room as two packs of cigarettes placed end to end.
Other than a two-gig file size limitation and an inability to seamlessly switch between the internal memory and proprietary Sony Memory Stick Pro, the PCM-D1 is a nearly perfect field recorder.
www.podcastingtricks.com /2006/07/29/sony-pcm-d1-a-podcasters-review   (1042 words)

 Sony Electronics News and Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
At NAB 2005, Sony will also showcase the expanded potential of the XDCAM system's IT-enabled capabilities, with demonstrations of wireless and wired "live logging," proxy A/V transfer to plug-in media, a five-inch internal drive, and a prototype network-ready "jukebox."
With shipments beginning last month, the Sony PDW-D1 adds an external drive component to the XDCAM line-up.
Then the information, with annotation data embedded as metadata on the disc, can be transferred back into the camcorder on the same wireless Ethernet connection.
news.sel.sony.com /en/press_room/b2b/broadcast_production/release/8976.html   (737 words)

 Sony's PCM-D1 $2000 digital field recorder - Engadget   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Since one microphone is totally amateur-hour, the Sony model sports two angled, high-sensitivity condenser mics along with a five-line LCD for displaying recording and playback info, and two analog level meters.
Well, this recorder from M audio looks like it easily beats the Sony in the specs department, except for the mics of course.
The problem with the Sony of course is you have to use their memory sticks AND I bet you won't be able to do simple drop and drag copying of files.
www.engadget.com /2005/10/11/sonys-pcm-d1-2000-digital-field-recorder   (1235 words)

 FresHDV | Fresh news & views for videographers, editors, filmmakers, directors, producers & creatives.
Sony has a another fantastic offering in the mid to high-end handheld recorder arena, a beautiful replacement to aging DAT or MiniDisc recorders.
The Sony PCM-D1 Linear Recorder is a portable handheld recorder that is both equally impressive and costly.
Operation of the device is reportedly very intuitive, with buttons spaced far enough apart so as not to cause mistakes with fumbling fingers.
www.freshdv.com /2006/08/dats-wrap-sonys-flash-based-pcm-d1.html   (623 words)

 Sony PCM-D1 linear portable field recorder - Press Releases - Photoxels
The Broadcast Communication Solutions (BCS) Group is a division of Sony of Canada Ltd., headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.
BCS Group markets and supports Sony's full range of broadcast, professional video and audio equipment, including high definition video, interactive and security applications for the broadcast, production, business, industry, government, medical and education sectors through a network of authorized systems integrators.
Established in 1955, Sony of Canada Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, a world leader in the manufacture and marketing of electronic and computer products for consumer, business, electronics publishing and multimedia applications on a global scale.
www.photoxels.com /pr-sony-pcm-d1.html   (543 words)

 Sony PCM-D1 Ultra High-End Microphone : MobileWhack.com
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Calling all would-be podcasters: Sony unveiled the new PCM-D1 microphone, a top-end mic aimed at professionals.
More information about the Sony PCM-D1 microphone is available from Sony's website.
www.mobilewhack.com /reviews/sony_pcm-d1_ultra_high-end_microphone.html   (348 words)

 Mix magazine product review of Sony’s PCM-D1 handheld digital recorder
Sony's strong background in broadcast is showing in a handsome field recorder that will please ENG pros and recording folks alike.
The Sony PCM-D1 portable field recorder features built-in electret condenser mics in a stereo X/Y configuration, analog and digital meters, signal limiting, highpass filtering, an LCD and 4 GB of Flash memory that can store up to two hours of stereo WAV files recorded at 24-bit/96kHz.
Besides great specs that feature quality Analog Devices signal path components, what really makes the PCM-D1 so exciting is that Sony packed this much power into an attractive titanium housing that weighs less than 19 ounces.
mixonline.com /products/review/audio_sony_pcmd_handheld/index.html   (893 words)

 Podcasting News: New Sony Field Recorder Expensive, but Sexy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sony says that the PCM-D1 has "quickly become popular among audio pros, recognized as much for its distinctive styling as for its exceptional sound recording quality."
The recorder, which began shipping in December, is designed to produce digital stereo recordings that are faithful to the original source.
The Sony PCM-D1 recorder is available now at a suggested list price of $1999.95.
www.podcastingnews.com /archives/2006/02/new_sony_field.html   (389 words)

 Portable Audio Recorders
But the launch of recording portable DAT players in the 1990s opened the possibility for true professional-quality field recordings, and early machines such as Sony's TCD-D3 were hugely popular with live music fans capturing their favorite performers.
It seemed, however, that miniaturizing the helical-scan technology of video recorders into a palm-sized device (which is what the portable DATs did) was a bridge too far in portable electronics, and the DAT recorders were plagued with short lifespans and chewed-up tapes.
As it happened, Sony was launching their new solid-state recorder, the PCM-D1 (not to be confused with the PCM-D1, Sony's 1977 original Digital Audio add-on to the then-nascent VCRs).
www.auditory.org /recorders.html   (1443 words)

 Windows World Expo / Tokyo 99: Digital Photography Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As reported by PC Watch: Nikon show off the D1, Sony show the D770 and new fl coloured DSC-F55, Olympus show the C-21 (small!), Fuji show the MX1500 and MX2900, Toshiba show the M4 and Epson the CP800.
Nikon D1 Nikon show the D1 to the general public for the first time, however it is still not possible to get your hands on the camera, it still sits inside a glass display cabinet.
Sony showed new products in just about every field, from the new D770 "Cybershot Pro" (the DSC-D770 to us - note, no FireWire on the D770, that's reserved for another camera...) and the new fl version of the DSC-F55.
www.dpreview.com /news/9907/99070102pcwatch_winworldtokyo.asp   (313 words)

 Digital VCR Formats Compared: Tabular Specifications
Two D1 machines can be teamed up to provide twice the picture detail.
Color quality is reported to be equal to Betacam and Betacam SP, but not as good as digital Betacam, D1 and D5.
Sony's D8 designation is their own and is not the same as a SMPTE D8 designation (as in D1, D2, D3...).
videoexpert.home.att.net /artic3/256atab.htm   (799 words)

 D1 (Sony) - Everything on D1 (Sony) (information, latest news, articles,...)
D1 (Sony) - Everything on D1 (Sony) (information, latest news, articles,...)
Sony's D1 format was the first major professional digital video format, introduced in 1987.
D1 stored uncompressed digitized component video, encoded at using the CCIR 601 raster format, along with PCM audio tracks as well as timecode on a 19mm (3/4") cassette tape.
www.spiritus-temporis.com /d1-(sony)   (224 words)

 PCM-D1 Digital Field Recorder
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aes.harmony-central.com /119AES/Content/Sony/PR/PCM-D1.html   (413 words)

 Gizmodo UK : Sony PCM-D1 Uber Audio Recording Thing
Pardon the lack of technical terms in the title, but we are still trying to figure out everything this does.
So, it is a recorder that can save audio onto 4GB of internal memory or Sony’s memory stick.
It can record 96k-24-bit and features two integrated condenser microphones that provide phenomenal sound quality, and to top it off this thing looks really cool.
uk.gizmodo.com /2005/10/13/sony_pcmd1_uber_audio_recordin.html   (155 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sony PCMD1 Portable Digital Audio Recorder with Built In Mics 4GB Internal Flash Memory
The Sony PCM-D1 has a level of quality that's matched only by its extraordinary cool factor.
The Sony PCM-D1 portable recorder represents a significant advance in high-quality mobile recording.
www.americanmusical.com /item--i-SON-PCMD1.html   (734 words)

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