From Sony press release


LAS VEGAS, (CES, Booth #N109), Jan. 8, 2003 Sony Electronics asks the question, Can your camcorder do this? with today’s introduction of seven new Mini DV Handycam camcorders that host a bevy of first-time features for Sony and the camcorder industry.


Despite their surprisingly small size, the DCR-TRV19, DCR-TRV22 and the DCR-TRV33 are packed with performance features such as a touch-panel 2.5-inch SwivelScreen LCD display for easy access to the entire camcorder menu and super SteadyShot picture stabilization. Measuring in at approximately 28 percent smaller and 22 percent lighter than last year’s models, these super-compact units are designed to fit comfortably into a small bag and an active lifestyle. If a larger screen size is preferred, the DCR-TRV38 model affords all of the features of the DCR-TRV33 camcorder and adds a 3.5-inch SwivelScreen LCD display.


The DCR-TRV19 model will be available in March for about $600.
The DCR-TRV22 model will be available in February for about $700. The DCR-TRV33 model will be available in February for about $800. The DCR-TRV38 model will be available in February for about $900.


Users can check out their favorite Web pages or shoot a friend an e-mail without turning on a computer with Sony’s latest Network Handycam camcorders, the DCR-TRV39, DCR-TRV70 and DCR-TRV80 models. All offer Internet connectivity without a PC through the use of an optional USB adapter with either Ethernet or analog connectivity.


The DCR-TRV39 model will be available in February for about $1,000.
The DCR-TRV70 model will be available in March for about $1,300. The DCR-TRV80 model will be available in March for about $1,500.

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