Elura 40MC

miniDV Camcorders

Digital Camcorder
Item Code: 7801A001

Features

Video and Audio Inputs and Outputs

As well as delivering both digital video output and input with audio, the Elura 40MC is designed to handle two types of analog audio and video input and output: using audio/video cables (composite) or S-video.

Audio Inputs
The analog audio inputs of the Elura 40MC let you perform dubbing or insert editing from conventional audio sources such as CDs, cassettes, microphones or the soundtracks of other videocassettes.
Mic Input on body
In addition to using the built-in microphone on the Elura 40MC, you have the option of plugging in an external microphone.
Audio Dub
You can add stereo sound from another audio source or through the internal or external microphone.
AV Insert
The Elura 40MC offers the option of adding new video from a VCR or another camcorder to a tape recorded in SP mode. Input can be digital or analog video and analog audio.
It's also possible to send an analog video signal from your TV, VCR or camcorder into the Elura 40MC and record it onto DV. (Great for making copies or preserving precious originals.)

Audio Outputs
Audio (and video) on a MiniDV cassette can be output to another camcorder or VCR.
Audio Out
Audio output is accomplished via the same ports used for input. Video outputs include composite and S-video.
Headphone Terminal (Adjustable level)
The headphone jack on the Elura 40MC has a volume adjustment for monitoring sound during shooting, performing sound checks, or listening to the sound through stereo headphones during playback.
Video Inputs and Outputs
The Elura 40MC is designed to handle two types of analog video input and output: using audio/video cables (composite) or by using an S-video cable.
Composite / S-Video input and output with Analog to Digital Converter
By using audio/video cables (composite) or S-Video, it's possible to send an analog video signal from your TV, VCR or a camcorder into the Elura 40MC and record it onto DV. Similarly, you can output an analog signal via composite or S-Video cables to an analog device such as a TV or VCR.