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Panasonic Outs 3 New Xacti Style Camcorders

Posted in Panasonic by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2011

Panasonic has introduced a trio of new camcorders, the HX-WA10, HX-DC15 and the HX-DC1. All three models feature HD resolution and will hit stores in Japan next month. The only model that’s waterproof is the HX-WA10 which is good in up to 3 feet. It features a 16MP sensor, a stereo mic, mini HDMI/USB/SDXC interfaces, 2.6-inch LCD and is $550.

The HX-DC15 weighs just 162 grams and features a 3-inch LCD, 16GB of internal memory and will cost you $610. then there’s the entry level HX-DC1 with a 14MP sensor, 80MB of memory, mini HDMI/USB/SDXC interfaces, a stereo mic, and a 3-inch LCD for $425.

Panasonic announces new compact camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2011

Panasonic has announced two camcorders for those of us with an active lifestyle. These models aren’t for couch potatoes. They offer a durable build, 1080p video recording modes, electronic image stabilization, mild waterproof/shockproof casings and high-resolution megapixel still pictures.

They go by the names of HX-WA10 and the candybar HM-TA20. The HX-WA10 is designed for shooting outdoors and in rainy conditions and can capture 16-megapixel still images. The HM-TA20 has a waterproof, shockproof and dustproof design and a Night View mode for dim lighting. The large 3-inch touchscreen LCD display that should make using it super easy.

Samsung unveils HMX-P300 and HMX-P100 Full HD pocket-sized Camcorders

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2011

Samsung has unveiled a couple of Full HD pocket camcorders, the HMX-P300 and HMX-P100. They have a One Touch Sharing Function that makes uploading videos fast and easy. A pop-out USB plug facilitates data transfer and battery charging. The HMX-P300 features an 8 Megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with a 3x optical zoom lens, a 3-inch touch LCD and composite video output and comes in titan black, silver, white and pink for $199 in March.

The HMX-P100 has a 5 Megapixel BSI sensor, a 1x zoom lens and a 2.3-inch LCD display. This one will cost you $149 and will hit stores in black, silver, blue and pink.

Samsung announces HMX-H300, SMX-F50, HMX-P300 and HMX-P100 camcorders

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Samsung has introduced some new camcorders at CES. The SMX-F50 ($199) / F53 ($249) / F54 ($299) are the latest in company’s SD camcorders, offering 65x intelligent zoom, 720x x 480 (60i) recording capabilities and they come in black, silver, red and blue.

The HMX-H300 ($399) offers a three-inch touchpanel, 30x optical zoom, a battery good for up to three hours, optical image stabilization and the ability to capture clips at 1920 x 1080 (60i) / 1280 x 720 (60p). Last on the list are the HMX-P300 ($199) and HMX-P100($149). Both will record to microSD / microSDHC, and the only real difference is that the P300 gets an eight megapixel CMOS sensor and a 3x optical zoom, while the P100 has a five megapixel CMOS sensor and a 1x zoom.

Kodak announces Easyshare Touch, Mini and Sport Cameras, Playfull and Playsport Camcorders

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on January 4th, 2011

Kodak just announced a bunch of new cameras and camcorders at CES. There’s the Easyshare Touch, Mini and Sport Cameras, along with their Playfull and Playsport Camcorders.

The Kodak Playfull camcorder features an ultraslim design with a 1080p capture mode and a share feature. Just press the “share” button and you can upload your video directly to YouTube or your favorite social network. All for $150.

Their next generation Playsport video camera is waterproof in up to ten feet of water, shockproof, dustproof and capable of recording video at 1080p, with five megapixel still images. Fear not, for this one also has a share button and will retail for about $180.

The new Kodak Easyshare Touch camera has a three-inch capacitive touchpanel, a dedicated video record button, a 14 megapixel …

JVC launches three new Everio Camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

JVC has just announced three new Everio camcorders all featuring 40x optical zoom, full HD video recording, SD/SDHC slot, USB port, HDMI interface together with a 2.7-inch LCD screen and automatic uploading to Facebook and YouTube.

The higher-end model numbers GZ-HM670 and GZ-HM690 are equipped with a 3.3MP CMOS sensor improving their ability to record video in dark areas. That should come in handy for Bigfoot and UFO sightings. The lower end model the HM450 only has a 1.5MP CMOS sensor.

Panasonic offers the world’s first micro four-thirds camcorder

Posted in Panasonic by Shane McGlaun on September 13th, 2010

Panasonic has unveiled a new camcorder that grabs the title of world’s first micro four-thirds camcorder. The camera is rather big and bulky looking and reminds me of the old camcorders from the 80′s with its square design.

The camcorder is called the AG-AF105 and it has interchangeable lenses using the micro four-thirds system. The camera apparently works with the same lenses the still cameras from Panasonic support. The large image sensor allows for wide-angle video.

Sanyo announces 14MO full HD Xacti camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

Sanyo has announced two camcorders in their Xacti range, the DMX-CG100 and the DMX-GH1. Both are capable of full HD video recording (1920 x 1080) but come in two different form factors. The DMX-CG100 is available in white lead-red (that’s really the name) and blue with the vertical form.

The DMX-GH1 is a more conventional form and is available in silver, pink and blue. They’re equipped with 1,440 ten thousand pixels CMOS sensors and will accept SD multimedia cards up to 64GB. Built in memory is just 50MB.

JVC Everio GZ-HM1 ships

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2010

JVC has started shipping the Everio GZ-HM1 camcorder which handles native 1080p video capture and has the ability to capture in low light conditions with its 10.6-megapixel, back-illuminated CMOS sensor. The sensor works in lighting as dim as four lux while being sensitive to light sensitivity as high as ISO 6,400.

The HM1 will also boast manual controls that can override aperture, bracketing and shutter speed when you need to. It comes with 64GB of internal memory that can be expanded by another SDHC memory card.

Coby Snapp Camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2010

Coby has three new camcorder models, the Coby Snapp CAM4505, CAM3001 and the CAM5001. They are all nicely priced and affordable, with the most expensive model, the CAM5001 costing $78.99. For that price you get a 2-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, 4X digital zoom, 128MB of memory (expandable up to 16GB), built-in HDMI connection, and video resolution up to 720p.

The CAM3001 is $29.99 and the CAM4505 is $48.99. Both have smaller screens, less built-in memory and no HD playback.

Samsung HMX-U20 and HMX-U15 camcorders

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2010

At first glance these new Samsung camcorders look like washing machines for your dollhouse. The HMX-U20 and HMX-U15 will deliver full HD video recording with an integrated USB port and HDMI connectivity. The HMX-U20 has a 3x optical zoom and can capture still images at 10-megapixels. The HMX-U15 has no optical zoom, but captures stills with a 14-megapixel still camera sensor.

There’s also a time lapse recording feature. The HMX-U20 and HMX-U15 camcorders will cost you $229.99 and $249.99 and will be released later this year.

Toshiba launches S20, H30 and X100 Camileo camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on September 3rd, 2009

Toshiba launches S20, H30 and X100 Camileo camcordersToshiba just launched three new camcorders. The Camileo S20, H30 and X100 models. All three offer full HD (1920 x 1080p). The Camileo S20 is one of the slimmest HD camcorders in the world at a mere 17mm, while the H30 is all about “functionality with ease of use” and the X100 will get you a a decent 10x optical zoom.

If you’re looking for a budget camcorder, the S20 fits the bill, with specs like a 4x digital zoom, 5-megapixel sensor and 3-inch rotating screen. The H30 sports 10 megapixels, 5x optical zoom and 10x digital. The X100 features a 10-megapixel sensor 10x optical, 10x digital and a 4GB built-in flash memory. Plus, both the H30 and X100 have LCD touchscreen panels.

Panasonic develops world’s lightest full HD camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2009

Panasonic develops world’s lightest full HD camcordersPanasonic has delivered the HDC-SD10 and HDC-TM10 camcorders, which weigh less than 230g. And so they are being touted as the lightest camcorders with full high-definition capabilities. At least until someone beats them with something even lighter.

They’ll record 1080p video in AVCHD format and boast 16x optical zoom and Advanced O.I.S (Optical Image Stabilizer) technology. Both record to SD/SDHC memory cards, but the HDC-TM10 also comes with 8GB of onboard storage capacity.

JVC debuts new Everio hybrid camcorder

Posted in Camcorders by Nino Marchetti on March 3rd, 2009

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The tech wizards over at JVC have on their hands today a new dual-use camera that shoots high definition video and high resolution digital still images. It is part of the company’s Everio line up and will cost around $1,000 when it debuts in June.

The JVC GZ-X900, or Everio X, is a all-in-one digital camera weighing around 0.66 pounds. It is capable of shooting both nine-megapixel digital pictures and also 1920 x 1080 Full HD AVCHD video. These digital media captures are recorded to SDHC memory cards.

Sanyo debuts new Xacti digital camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Nino Marchetti on January 21st, 2009

Sanyo Dual Camera Xacti

Sanyo has a new line up of mixed form factor (horizontal, vertical) Dual Camera Xacti digital cameras it unveiled today. These models, including full HD 60fps units, waterproof HD models and compact HD cameras, will be available starting in March.

These new Sanyo cameras will range in price between around $200 and $600. These units will let consumers record both video and digital images to SD/SDHC cards and are said by Sanyo to be thumb operable for important functions. Separate video and photo buttons offer switch between digital recording modes.


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