Sony MVC-7000 (© Bruce Schwartzman)

Sony ProMavica MVC-7000 (1992)

The last Sony still video camera to hit the market and the most sophisticated one. Equipped with three HyperHAD interline transfer CCD's, ID recording, built-in playback system, flexible exposure control system, various lenses and adaptors, precise metering system and so forth. It was a very, very large and heavy camera 2.5 kg fully equipped. Not exactly something to carry around for hours on a holiday trip. Also very expensive, you could actually buy 9 digital cameras (Dycam Model I or Logitech Fotoman) back then for the price of one MVC-7000!

There is a great website with lots of details and information about this last Sony Still Video Camera: Old Camera Junk

Specifications

  • Brand: Sony
  • Model: ProMavica MVC-7000
  • First mentioned: 1992
  • Marketed: yes in 1993
  • MSRP: $9,350
  • Imager Type: 3x HyperHAD 1/2" 0.38MP IT-CCD
  • Resolution: 768x494
  • Internal Storage: -
  • External Storage: Hi-VF Disk
  • Lens: interchangeable lenses
  • Shutter: 1/8s to 1/2,000s
  • Aperture Range: -
  • LCD screen size: -
  • Size: 168 x 140 x 114mm
  • Weight: 1420 gr. and 2570 gr. fully equipped
  • Remarks: -

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