Datavideo's DN-60 field recorder utilizes the latest solid state technology of removable and high capacity CF memory cards. Recording times are far longer than traditional tape, there are no drop-outs and using Datavideo's Direct to Timeline technology, you will speed up the process from acquisition to editing, thanks to file transfer, rather than traditional capturing. The new technology provides hours of continuous high definition recordings; enables the advantage of a tapeless acquisition in even the toughest environments.AVI,MOV, MXF-OP1A, M2T, Quicktime, HDV and MXF-OP1A through quick utility program. Portable and shockproof Includes a removable CF card, compatible with FAT32 or NTFS file systems Use four standard AA batteries for more than two hours continuous recording or use the included external power adapter 8 seconds pre-record buffer, useful in recording unexpected events especially in science research, outdoor recording or security applications Built-in intervalometer for time lapse recording Tripod and hot shoe mountable
The DN-60 is powered by using 4 traditional or rechargeable AA batteries. Depending on the type of batteries utilized; a standard AA battery should offer approximately 2 hours of continuous recording. DN-60 offers connections directly to DV or HDV camcorders via a single Firewire cable. The DN-60 is lightweight and easy to mount to camcorders. It is perfect for news gathering, location shoots, security systems, scientific and medical recording.
Video ConnectionsInput: IEEE 1394 Firewire Output: IEEE 1394 Firewire
Audio ConnectionsInput: IEEE 1394 Firewire Output: IEEE 1394 Firewire
Video Recording Format8GB: 37 minutes16GB: 1:14 minutes32GB: 2:28 minutesFile support includes: AVI, MOV, MXF-OP1A, M2T format, QuickTime, HDV and MXF-OP1A through MAC or PC software conversion program
Audio Recording FormatMPEG -1 Layer 2 Sampling rate: 48kHz Bitrate: 384Kbps
ControlControl Interface RS-232 compatible with Sony Protocol
Power5V/12V 0.5A DC 110/220 power supply When the power supply is physically connected to the recorder, the circuit from the recorder will not switch to battery power.