Panasonic’s wearable 4k video camera with model number HX-A500 is now shipping from the company’s website, and will soon be available from other retailers in the US. The camera shoots 4k/30p video at 30 frames per second (with Crystal Engine …
For those times when you need to shoot 4k video but also need your hands free, Panasonic has revealed the wearable HX-A500 4k/30p camera. The HX-A500 can shoot up to a maximum 160 degree ultra wide angle, and includes slow …
Sony has announced the what the company calls the “first full-frame handycam camcorder” with interchangeable lens capability. The NEX-VG900 houses a 35mm sensor with a resolution of 24.3 effective megapixels (said to be 40x larger than standard consumer camcorders). The …
Looking a lot like the Flip Mino series of handycams and priced equally as low, Toshiba’s CAMILEO B10 records at 1920x1080p and takes up to 16 megapixel photos (interpolated, of course) using a 5 megapixel CMOS chip. The B10 was dropped off at Amazon yesterday and priced at $99 bucks ($119 MSRP).
Comcast and Skype announced a partnership to bring HD video chat through your television. If all goes according to plan, you’ll be able to make video and audio calls, send text messages, and talk while watching TV. The Skype software incorporated with Comcast’s service will also let you access contact lists and enable Caller ID on your screen.
Samsung’s latest affordable HMX-Q10 HD handycam features a new innovation called Switch Grip, which allows right- or left-handed users to easily control the camera. The HMX-Q10 can also be held at any angle and the camera’s G-magnetic sensor will rotate the 2.7” LCD image to adjust.
HD video cameras used to be expensive. HD underwater cameras even more expensive. But this new Sanyo HD packs some quality features and comes at an affordable price. The Sanyo VPC-CA102 can record 480 minutes of full HD video (1920 x 1080) at 60i onto a 64GB SDXC memory card.
Check out a great deal on an HD Camcorder from Polaroid. This is the Polaroid DVG-720BC HD Digital Camcorder for only $69. The camera records at 720p resolution with audio and can also be used as a still camera to take 5.0 megapixel images. The display is a 2.7″ bright color LCD which rotates 270 degrees for easy viewing, even of yourself.
Sony is taking $100 off its CX350V HD camcorder that records 1920 x 1080 high-definition video to 32GB of internal Flash memory. The camera also features an “Exmor R” CMOS sensor, wide-angle G Lens, 12X optical zoom, Direct Copy, built-in GPS receiver. The HDR-CX350V which normally sells for $899 is now available for $799 until July 17, 2010.
Sony has introduced two Cyber-shot digital still cameras that will shoot in 3D, allowing you to get in on the 3D hype that one might think can only achieved by Hollywood studios. The DSC-TX9 ($400) and DSC-WX5 ($300) 12.2 megapixel cameras will start shipping this September, and be available in stores and online at SonyStyle.com.
Sony is running a limited time offer until Dec. 12 on select HDTVs and HD camcorders, including a 32″ Bravia (KDL32L504) for only $379 and 40″ Bravia (KDL40S504) for only $589. The Sony CX500V HD Camcorder is marked down to $999 ($100 off), as well as several Cyber-shot digital cameras and the Sony Reader. (Some the offers may require the coupon code SONYTV40S.)
Amazon is offering $200 to $600 instant rebates on select VIXIA HD camcorders. The HF S100, HF200, and HG21 all record 1080p full HD video at either 24p Cinematic or 30p Progressive mode. All three camcorders also offer external microphone or light attachment, using the advanced mini accessory shoe.
The second generation Flip MinoHD camcorder from Pure Digital Technologies started shipping this week. The tiny HD video camera stores 120 minutes of 1280×720 resolution video on 8 GB of built-in memory, requiring no additional memory.
Amazon has slashed the price of the Vado HD 720p camcorder as today’s daily deal from $229 MSRP to $99. The pocket-sized high-definition camcorder from Creative Labs will record up to 2 hours of HD footage at 720p on its 8GB internal Flash memory.
Sony announced a couple new HD camcorders you’ll see on the shelves in September. The HDR-CX520V and HDR-CX500V capture 1920×1080 high-definition video, as well as 12-megapixel photos. Both handycams store content on 64GB or 32G internal flash memory, respectively, giving you up to 25 hours of HD video in LP mode.
Panasonic has announced two of the world’s lightest HD camcorders. Weighing in at only a half-a-pound, the Panasonic HDC-SD10 and HDC-TM10 both produce 1920×1080 video and come with image enhancing features like O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer), face detection, and AF/AE Tracking (Auto Focus/Auto Exposure Tracking).
Pure Digital announced the availability of its newest line of Flip Video cameras, the Flip Ultra and Flip UltraHD models. The HD model records at 1280 x 720 video resolution, and outputs widescreen format via HDMI interface. Both cameras record up to 2 hours of video, using the 4GB built-in memory (standard definition) or 8GB built-in memory (high definition model).
The ContourHD from VholdR is a wearable High Definition camera that weighs but 4 ounces (116 grams). Made of anodized aluminum, the durable camera is water-resistant and can be mounted on a variety of different locations including your goggle, helmet, handlebar or vehicle. Two video settings allow you to capture video at either full HD (1280×720) resolution at 30fps or standard resolution (640×480) at 60fps.