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Mar 19, 2007
SY Tan

Palm-sized Digital Camcorder: Sony Xacti DMX-CG65

Japanese electronics leader, Sanyo, Japan, recently announced its pocket sized digital movie camera. The new Sanyo Xacti DMX-CG65 digital compact camera/camcorder is about the size of a palm and it has a piston grip for users to carry around conveniently.
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Feb 23, 2007
SY Tan

Hitachi Hybrid DVD/HDD Camcorder

Generally there are two types of storage mediums for camcorder: DVD camcorder and HDD (Hard disk) camcorder. You can do shooting and directly burn it into a DVD. However, the storage capacity for a DVD is very small compared to HDD. You probably need more than 10 DVDs for a few hours’ video shooting. Problems might arise when your new disc encounters glitches or your camcorder’s burning function malfunctions. HDD storage can be used for longer video shooting. However, when the disc space is full, you can’t proceed with shooting anymore. Furthermore, the HDD camcorder cannot write/burn the data into a permanent disc immediately after shooting. You might have problems to retrieve the data if your hard disc is corrupted.
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Jan 31, 2007
SY Tan

Best of Both Worlds – Canon DC50

Many people might agree that the name Canon has always meant photographic and broadcast television lenses with optical excellence, as well as advanced image processing, and superb performance. In fact, Canon digital video camcorders are no exception as well. Canon digital camcorders include a family of sophisticated and powerful DVD camcorders. The Canon DC50 is one of them.

The DC50 DVD Camcorder can shoot rudimentary video and also take a shot at producing passable photographs. It incorporates a robust 5.39 Megapixel CCD Image Sensor with an RGB Primary Color Filter that provides vibrantly colored video and brilliant quality photos. This sensor is equal in resolution to that of some mid-range cameras, and is actually bigger than those used by some photojournalists just year or so ago.
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Jan 26, 2007
SY Tan

A Webcam for Night Owls

Having difficulties to record your late-night YouTube session in a pitch-black room? It’s too dark to get better image! Anyway, don’t have to worry, just get an A4 Tech Night Vision FlexiCam PK-7MA.

The FlexiCam has a nice design. It has four infrared LEDs that help light up images captured in the dark. Its night vision capabilities feature automatic while balance and exposure controls to ensure clear and crisp images.

The FlexiCam is also able to capture instant photos with its 1.3-megapixel sensor. It can capture images in 360 degree extended view without limitations!
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Oct 23, 2006
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Pure Digital Point & Shoot Video Camcorder Reviews

Pure Digital Point & Shoot digital video camera is a compact, affordable, easy-to-use solution for creating and sharing high quality home movies and videos. The Point & Shoot digital video camcorder, as its name implied, allows anyone to easily record and share their memories with just the push of a button. The camcorder features 1.4 inch LCD screen, ability to record up to 30 minutes length of video in its pre-installed built-in 512 MB of memory, video recording in DivX compression format at 640×480 resolution, and audio recording in mono mode.
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Aug 27, 2006
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Sony HDR-HC3E HD Camcorder Reviews

Sony HDR-HC3E digital high definition HD video camera is a HDV1080i Handycam camcorder that provides professional level high quality HDV video capture in an easy to hold compact size package. Sony HDR-HC3E features HDV 1080i format video support, HDV or DV recording switchability, ClearVid CMOS sensor, Enhanced Imaging Processor, Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens, 10x optical zoom, 80x digital zoom, 2.7″ Wide Hybrid Clear photo LCD plus with touch panel, wide colour viewfinder, 4 megapixels still image recording, built in flash, dual record capability with ability to capture up to 2 megapixels still image while recording movies, smooth slow Rec feature, HDMI output for HD ready TV, i.LINK in and out port for HDV and DV, video S-video and component output.
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Aug 19, 2006
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1 Reviews

Sanyo VPC-HD1 is a compact and slim high definition (HD) digital camera cum digital camcorder. Sanyo calls the Xacti HD1 as digital media camera or digital movie camera, and it has the ability to capture high-definition MPEG-4 movies at 1280 x 720 pixels and 30 fps. Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1 features 720p HD video scanning (1280 x 760 progressive), 16:9 widescreen format (HD-SHQ / HD-HQ modes), 5.1 megapixel digital still photos, advanced MPEG-4 compression technology, ability to capture still and video images simultaneously, super-fast 9Mbs frame rate, 2.2 inch OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) display, 10x optical zoom lens plus 10x digital zoom lens, ability to record over 41 minutes of High-Definition video on a 2 GB SD Card, built-in digital image stabilization, super fast start-up, wind noise reduction, built-in 4-mode flash, AAC-LC stereo recording, 22 adjustable manual focus settings, super macro shooting as low as 1cm, talking navigation guide for first-time users, PictBridge compatible and has USB 2.0 and S-Video output.
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Jul 6, 2006
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Canon XL H1 3CCD Camcorder Reviews

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Jul 6, 2006
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Panasonic DVCPRO HD P2 AG-HVX200 Reviews

Panasonic AG-HVX200 HD P2

Panasonic DVCPRO AG-HVX-200 HD P2 Features and Specifications

Panasonic DVCPRO AG-HVX200 P2 Official Homepage

Panasonic AG-HVX200 HD P2 Reviews and Comparisons
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