Posts Tagged ‘silver’

18th April
2011
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1080P High Definition Camcorder with 3-inch LCD! This camcorder has 30 frames per second at 1080P and 60 frames per second at 720P with advanced H.264 technology! Currently this camcorder is on sale for $154.99 down from $249.99. And yes Free Super Saver Shipping!

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The Action HD GVS allows you to capture stunning HD 1080P (1440 x 1080 - 16:9 aspect ratio) video at 30 frames per second with advanced H.264 high end compression technology. Plus, the HD 720P (1280 x 720 - 16:9 aspect ratio) records video at 60 frames per second, makes this the perfect camera for any sporting events! Features Superior Gyroscopic S[Read More]
23rd October
2009
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Yesterday @hallapunk asked via Twitter about the Canon FS200. I love it when people ask me about camcorders. I love doing some of the research when I’m not familiar with a particular make/model. So today, we’re going to take a closer look at the Canon FS200 Flash Memory Camcorder.

Canon is a great brand, and everyone knows this. This camera is compact, has great zoom capabilities (37x optical zoom), and records direct to Flash Memory which is very nice. The camcorder normally lists at $329.99, but is currently on sale for $267.18 which includes FREE super saver shipping.

The camcorder has image stabilization capabilities, but only shoots in standard definition (this is not a HD camcorder). Like many camcorders it can take digital stills. The view screen appears to be quite large while the overall camera size is small and looks very easy to use. I would personally prefer a HD model, so if you wanted to take it to the next level, the Canon VIXIA HF200 which I talked about last week might be a better fit.

To see some image quality tests, please scroll down to the bottom and view the video there.

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The Canon FS200 Flash Memory camcorder lets you capture stunning video directly to SDHC memory cards, and share memories quickly and easily. Plus, the Canon FS200 features Canon's 41x Advanced Zoom to get you closer to the action and DIGIC DV II Image Processor which reproduces images with vivid color and stunning clarity. For life's bumps and jump[Read More]
3rd September
2009
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So after a few Twitter discussions, I thought I would talk about a couple POV (Point of View) camcorders. These cameras are extremely fun to use. They’re not super versatile, but POV cameras are great for capturing video of activities you normally can’t capture. Like a mountain bike ride, motorcycle road trip, etc. I found a cool video review where it shows someone surfing.

These cameras come in a water proof enclosure and use a SD card to store video data. Also, the price of these are very affordable and worth it for a fun video project.

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Upgrade your existing Helmet HERO or Motorsports HERO standard to a WIDE HERO by buying this Wide HERO Expansion. This is only the water housing and the new 5mp 170 degree wide angle camera. No other accessories included.

This week, I’ll be discussing a few more POV cameras. I think these are definitely worth talking about. If you have one, let me know your experiences.

29th August
2009
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A few days ago, I posted the differences between the Flip Video Mino and Ultra HD camcorders and a visitor to the site was very interested in these cameras so he could do some video blogging of musical instruments and gear. He mentioned this to a few of his friends, and couple recommended the Sony Webbie (and I’m presuming it was the MHS-PM1 since it’s somewhat similar to the Flip Video), so I thought I would post about this particular camcorder.

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Record HD MP4 video and 5MP images then easily upload them directly to the Web with the SonyWebbie HD camera. The ultra-compact Webbie HD camera also features a unique lens system that can swivel up to 270 degrees, allowing for easy self-shooting if you like to post videos of yourself on your blog.

I found this interesting video where a guy compares the Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1 against his Panasonic SDR-S7 camera and by doing so exposes some of it’s features and limitations, that I could see being applied against the Flip Video series.

Number one he mentions the rotating lense on the Sony Webbie, which makes it very nice to film yourself while being able to view the screen. You cannot do this with the Flip Video models (unfortunately). He also exposes the ‘noise’ related to grip on the Webbie, which I can see becoming a issue depending on the application.

Here is the video: