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Sony EVO-250 Hi-8 Video Cassette Recorder - Used Item IN STOCK and in good condition. All items have been previously used, but have been fully tested and include a 90 day exchange warranty. Items ship with all software and accessories. Since this is a used Item, it may show some minor signs of use but should not affect performance. Manual can be downloaded below.
Product Details - With it's compact size, Sony's EVO-250 Hi-8 Video Recorder is designed for mobile and covert applications. The recorder provides over 400 lines of horizontal resolution, long battery operation (9 hours using NP-F950 Lithium Ion battery), direct attachment interface with the PGV-250 program unit, and a 5-head system for wireless IR transmission of A/V signals.
Hi8 Format Achieves over 400 lines of horizontal resolution
LaserLinkâ„¢ System Wireless IR transmission of A/V signals
Digital Noise Reducer Digitally reduces chroma noise on playback
Direct attachment interface with the PGV-250 program unit.
Supplied with DC-V700 DC pack/car battery adapter.
Built-in time base corrector reduces jitter during playback.
Video Format - Hi8/Standard 8mm (SP/LP)
Video Recording System - Rotary 2-Head Helical Scanning FM System
Audio Recording System - Rotary Head, FM Stereo System
Video Color System - EIA/NTSC
Recording Time - SP Mode: 2 Hours 30 Min. LP Mode: 5 Hours (with Sony P6-150 cassette)
Playback Time - SP Mode: 2 Hours 30 Min. LP Mode: 5 Hours (with Sony P6-150 cassette)
F. FWD/REW. Time - Approx. 6 Min. (with Sony P6-120 cassette)
Video Input/Output - Composite x 1 (phono type) Y/C x 1 (4-pin mini DIN)
Audio Input/Output -7.5 dBs, Phono x 2 (stereo) -7.5 dBs, Phono x 2 (stereo)
Power Requirements - 7.2V (Battery Pack) 8.4V (AC Power Adaptor AC-V615)
Power Consumption - 2.9W
Operating Temperature - 0° to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Weight - Approx. 1 lb. 7 oz. (650 g) without battery
Dimensions (W x H x D) (mm) - 5 13/16" x 1 7/8" x 5 3/8" (148 x 48 x 135)
Posted by DrK on 12th Jun 2015
After trying two other 8MM devices I finally found the Sony EVO 250. It has a small footprint with easy setup and controls. All of the 8MM devices have to be refurbished since no new device is on the market. My other two devices just fell apart or never worked, but Porter Electronics did a great job of restoring the EVO that I have. It is quiet, feels like a new device, and works like a charm. I plan on looking to Porter Electronics for future purchases.