Hanwha Japan released a new in-car video recorder, the UMAZONe K3. This camcorder is capable of recording up to 2-hours of video on a 2GB of micro SD card in MPEG4 (AVI) format with VGA resolution (640×480) @ 20 fps. The UMAZONe K3 comes equipped with a Color CMOS sensor, a G-sensor and a built-in microphone. If you are interested, you can buy the UMAZONe K3 for 14,800 Yen ($159).
Archive for April 22nd, 2010
Finding yourself a new pocket-sized video camera? Well, how about the Cold War Camera from Hammacher Schlemmer. Slightly larger than a pack of gum and weighs just over 2 ounces, this compact video camera features a 5.0-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 1 1/2-inch TFT display, a 128MB of internal memory, a microSD card slot, a USB port and is able to capture both 640 x 480 video in AVI format as well as 2560 x 1920 digital still images.
The much awaited Kodak Slice touchscreen digital camera is now available for purchase via Kodak’s online store for $349.95. To refresh your memory, the Slice offers a 14-megapixel CCD sensor, a 5x Schneider-Kreuznach optical zoom lens, a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, a 2GB of internal memory, a microSD/SDHC card slot, a built-in optical image stabilization, Face Recognition, 720p video recording and a Share Button for uploading pictures to popular sharing sites including Facebook, Kodak Gallery, Flickr and YouTube.
The new Samsung SMX-C20UN ultra compact digital camcorder features a unique 25-degree active angle lens that allows you to shoot in complete comfort for extended periods of time. The Edit function of the Samsung C20 allows you to combine and divide files directly on the camcorder, enabling you to edit without transferring files to a PC. The Samsung SMX-C20UN also supports Superior Video Compression (H.264), so you can record more using less memory.