What do you get when you combine a skateboard wheel, a length of PVC pipe, a driveway marker, a handful of screws, a bolt, washers and nuts, and some Gorilla Tape? Not much, until you throw an awesome new wearable camcorder in the mix.
Sanyo has just taken the wraps off their latest compact digital camcorder, and this one’s a real heavy-hitter. The new DMX-HD1000 not only grips nicely in the palm of your hand, it can record movies a stellar 1920 x 1080 video resolution.
The handheld camera works its magic recording full motion video in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Looking for a quick and easy way to create original clips for YouTube and other video sharing sites?
Sony’s low-priced NSC-GC1 digital camcorder is designed with that singular purpose in mind. The camera captures MPEG-4 encoded clips at up to 30fps (320×240 resolution) or 15fps (640×480 resolution), perfect for those online video services.
A couple of years back, GoPro introduced a compact wrist-worn digital camera which let you shoot photos while you participated in sporting activities.
The problem was that the original only shot really low resolution pics that didn’t look very good.
This new digital camcorder from Sanyo features a waterproof design that will let you shoot video without worry of damage from rain or shallow waters.
The $500 Sanyo Xacti E1 isn’t designed to go deep-sea diving, but you can use it for scuba or wet weather days without a problem.
With all of the buzz about “user created content” these days, it was only a matter of time before hardware manufacturers started to create devices with that use specifically in mind. This new line of digital camcorders from Pure Digital comes with built-in integration to YouTube and other online video sharing services.
Flip Video camcorders aren’t designed to hold atremendous amount of content, with one model capturing 30-minutes ($120) and another capturing 60-minutes ($150.)
Coming this April, JVC’s new Everio GZ-HD7 camcorder is the first consumer video camera to feature full 1920x1080i resolution hard disk recording. The camera records up to 5 hours of 1080i MPEG2 content on its internal 60GB hard drive.
At just under $200, the iLuv i180WHT Video System allows you to record VGA quality (640×480) video directly into your iPod.
Simply feed in your camcorder or other video source via Composite or S-Video and RCA inputs for audio.