OUR PART # PHDV124DM
DigitalMaster DVCAM/HDV Standard Cassette, 124 min. It's the only professional video-tape with not one, but two active magnetic layers, for 95% fewer errors than consumer DV tape. Because video error correction is so good, errors are sneaky. Even as the errors accumulate, you'll think you're fine. Your first sign of trouble can be a dropout that can break up the image on a one-of-a-kind take. Your risk is even greater if the tape will undergo such adverse conditions as dusty or smoky environments, temperature and humidity changes, repeated playback or extended time in pause mode. So why risk it at all? When it comes to your vision, demand DigitalMaster tape.
THE ONLY PRO TAPE WITH NOT ONE - BUT TWO ACTIVE MAGNETIC LAYERS
Improves Carrier-to-Noise Ratio by 2 db for 95% fewer errors, and 60% fewer dropouts than consumer DV tape!
95% FEWER GLITCH-INDUCING ERRORS
Compared to consumer DV tape. So your productions are protected.
60% FEWER DROPOUTS
Compared to consumer DV tape. Visible dropouts can ruin a take; a potential disaster that may require you to reshoot, settle for the second-best take, or spend extra time and money to fix in post. DigitalMaster tape protects you better.
Compared to - consumer DV tape, DigitalMaster tape has 30% more protective Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) coating. So DigitalMaster tape stands up to abuse where consumer DV tape begins to show picture disturbances.
BETTER WHATEVER THE WEATHER
DigitalMaster tape stands up better through tempature/humidity variations and long-term archival storage. Shrinkage is reduced 60% compared to consumer DV tape.
GREATER COMPATIBILITY FROM CAMCORDER TO VTR
DigitalMaster tape maintains width dimensional tolerances twice as well as consumer DV tape. This means greater compatibility from machine-to-machine.
Sony's anti-static cassette lid helps keep dust and dirt away from your work.
PROTECTIVE LOCKING ALBUM CASE
Because Sony's professional-grade album case securely locks tight, it resists accidentally opening when dropped or jumbled arounds in an equipment bag, compared to the non-locking consumer DV case.