Sony HDR-AS10 and HDR-AS15 Action Camcorders Available for Pre-order

In Digital Camera, Sport Gadgets


Sony has recently announced two latest action cameras series of wearable point-of-view video camera for extreme sports athletes and enthusiast, they are called HDR-AS10 and HDR-AS15 action camcorder. Both action cameras are equipped with 16 Megapixels Exmor R CMOS image sensor, and an ultra-wide angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, which allowed you to capture all the action in a 170-degree wide field view.

Both HDR-AS10 and HDR-AS15 action camcorders come with five video modes includes a class-exclusive 4x slow mode in 720p HD. Which allowed extreme sports athletes and enthusiast to enjoy HD Slow 2x (1280 x 720, 60p) and HD Slow 4x (1280 x 720, 120p) that shoot slow motion, which is ideal for studying and refining form and technique. For traditional shooting methods, the camcorder also offers several different resolutions to suit your needs: shoots in Full HD (1920×1080 30p), STD HD (1280×720, 30p), SD VGA (640×480, 30p).



Sony HDR-AS10 and HDR-AS15 action camcorders comes in compact and lightweight body design. They are powered by a 16-megapixel Exmor R CMOS image sensor that enables the camera to capture clear images even in low light environment. The camera also features expandable memory with a Memory Stick Micro and Micro SD/SDHC card slot, a built-in stereo microphone to capture all the exciting sounds of your adventure, and an HDMI output to share your video with friends and family on your HDTV.



The Sony HDR-AS15 action camcorder will get additional Wi-Fi connection, which allows users to share and send videos and photos from the Action Cam to their tablets or Smartphones running Son’s PlayMemories app. Sony also offers a range of mounting attachments, including VCTGM1 Waterproof Head Mount Kit, BLTHB1 Headband mount, VCTHM1 Handlebar Mount, VCTAM1 Adhesive Mount, and SPKAS1 Waterproof Case with price at $28, $23, $28, $18, and $38, respectively.


Sony HDR-AS10 and HDR-AS15 action camcorders will be released on September 24th, 2012. However, you can pre-order at for $198 and $268, respectively.

[ Via Sony ]