Items tagged with Pocket camcorder

What comes to mind at the mention of "Memorex?" Blank optical media? A flash card maybe? A pocket camcorder? Unless you've somehow already heard of the all-new MyVideo, we're guessing the last option isn't the one you chose. Joining the likes of HP, Sony, Flip Video and a host of other companies out there looking to make a splash in the blossoming handheld camcorder market is none other than Memorex, a rather unlikely candidate if we're being completely candid. The MyVideo HD camcorder range includes the stylish MCC225 in both black and white, with an integrated USB port, one-touch recording, editing software, and easy uploading and sharing to websites like Facebook and YouTube. The device also... Read more...
One of the hottest new product categories of late is the inexpensive, high-definition (HD) pocket camcorder--and sometimes it feels as though  almost every day another company  starts making them. Pure Digital Technologies--manufacturer of one the very first pocket camcorders to come to market--isn't resting on it laurels while the competition heats up: the Cisco-owned company has announced today the release of its second-generation Flip MinoHD pocket camcorder.The biggest changes to come to the Flip MinoHD are a doubling of its built-in storage capacity and the inclusion of a larger-sized screen. Whereas the previous generation Flip MinoHD has 4GB of memory (for one hour of recording... Read more...
Kodak announced a new Zi8 Pocket Video Camera that can capture video in 1080p HD. The Zi8's predecessors, the Kodak Zi6 and the weather-resistant Kodak Zx1, maxed out at 720p. In addition to recording 1080p video, the Zi8 can capture 5 megapixel still images with a 16:9 aspect ratio. This slim pocket video camera is designed to help users capture life’s important memories at the touch of a button—the camera doesn’t have a lens cap, dials to turn, or settings to adjust that will hinder the ability to quickly capture video. KODAK Zi8 Pocket Video Camera Specifications: Full HD 1080p video capture wherever you go; Built-in electronic image stabilization for sharper videos and reduced blurring; Vivid... Read more...
The popularity of video-sharing sites, such as YouTube and Viddler, coupled with the integration of video-capturing technologies into common consumer electronics devices, such as cell phones and digital cameras, has turned virtually everyone into budding videographers and documentary filmmakers. But perhaps the biggest push toward putting video into everyone's hands, started with the introduction of the inexpensive pocket camcorder in 2006. This new camcorder design did not resemble the size and shape of what we traditionally expect a camcorder to look like; instead it resembled a thick candy bar with a lens on one side and an LCD on the other.Pure Digital Technologies started the pocket camcorder... Read more...
Small, point-and-shoot video cameras have become increasingly popular recently, not just for their small form-factor and ease of use, but also because of their relatively low price tag. Perhaps no line of products exudes the aesthetic of these palm-sized camcorders more than that of Pure Digital Technologies' Flip Video pocket camcorders. Despite the popularity of the Flip Video cameras and the bevy of copycat products from rival manufacturers, Pure Digital Technologies chose to do a stealth launch of it latest camcorder, the Flip Ultra HD. Even though there is no mention that the product even exists on Pure Digital Technologies' Website, Gary Gannon of GAX Online, purchased one this weekend... Read more...