PRODUTO USADO (2004)
PRODUTO COM DEFEITO: TELA LCD NÃO LIGA!
Filmadora Handycam SONY HC-40
Armazenamento: Fita Mini-DV
Grava no escuro total - Função NIGHT SHOOT
Tira fotos de 1Mb com cartão SD (não acompanha)
Entrada de microfone P2 (não acompanha microfone)
10x zoom ótico (120x zoom digital)
Saída e Entrada DV (ieee 1394)
Saída e Entrada Analógica (S-Video e Composto Estéreo)
NÃO ACOMPANHA BATERIA!
NÃO ACOMPANHA MANUAL
NÃO ACOMPANHA CAIXA ORIGINAL
Produto a venda:
1x Filmadora Handycam Sony HC-40 (com defeito - Tela LCD não liga)
1x Fonte de energia (original)
1x Cabo de video e áudio (original)
1x Controle remoto sem fio (original)
Music: Annachie Gordon - (Child 239 - Scottish folk song)
Artist: Loreena Mckennitt
Cover and Guitarra: Tiago Sierra
The words were printed in Maidment's "North Countrie Garland" (1824) and in Buchan's "Ancient Ballads and Songs 2" (1828). The tune was first printed in Bronson's "Traditional Tunes of the Child Ballads". The story features a classic version of star crossed lovers (most often associated with "Romeo and Juliet"), with the two dying at the end. Sometime between 1800 and 1829 a broadsheet ballad called "A New Song" was printed. In it the name "Auchanachie Gordon" has been replaced by "Hannah Le Gordon" but is otherwise very similar. It is hard to explain why the hero has been given a girl's name. Perhaps the Scots name was so unfamiliar to the Newcastle printer than he made a somewhat garbled choice of name.