Sony HDR-CX450




Sony HDR-CX450 properties

Product name HDR-CX450
Max Video Resolution 1080p
Max Frames per second (FPS) 30 fps, 60 fps
Video Resolutions 1920×1080, 1440×1080, 1280×720
Recordable Files MPEG4, H.264
Type Action camera
USB 2.0 Yes
Composite Out Yes
SD Type SDHC, SDXC, microSD
microSD Yes
Memory Stick MS Micro (M2)
Display Yes
Display Size 2.7 “
Sound Mono
Digital Zoom 350 x
Optical Zoom 30 x
Focal Length (Wide-Tele) 1.9-57 mm
Aperture (Wide-tele) 1.8-4.0
Manual Focus Yes
Image Stabilization Yes
Image Stabilization Type Optical
Sensor CMOS
Sensor Size 1/5.8 “
Still Pictures Yes
Still Picture Resolutions 4032×2272 pixels
Still Picture Resolution (MP) 9
Height 59.4 mm
Width 54.1 mm
Depth 128.0 mm
Weight 215 g

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USB 2.0

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Focal Length -Wide-Tele

Aperture -Wide-tele

Manual Focus

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1 review for Sony HDR-CX450

  1. Clark Williamson

    Very good camera at a reasonable price. Only the battery could be a little bit stronger.

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