Samsung has launched its first HD dual camcorder that promises 1920×1080 video recording and noteworthy picture quality.
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Samsung Electronics Australia’s Digital AV Marketing Manager, Sagar Dave said: “The new Samsung HMX20C offers consumers a revolutionary recording experience. With true HD, Flash and Quick Start capabilities, this camcorder produces peerless video and still reproduction. The Samsung HMX20C is an affordable luxury – a compact camcorder that does not compromise on sound, style or vision quality.”
The HMX20C comes with a Quick Start capability, a unique high-speed capture feature which records video at an astonishing 250 frames per second (fps). It comes with a built-in 8GB flash memory enabling users to shoot four times faster than a standard DVD recorder.
The HMX20C also provides a legitimate option as a still camera with its breathtaking accuracy and brilliant resolution. With its impressive F1.8 wide aperture, the camcorder absorbs more light through to the sensor, delivering crisp, compelling 4 megapixel images. The high performance, 10x Optical Zoom, 100x Digital Zoom lens is manufactured to extremely exacting standards.
With the ability to support a multitude of video connections used by HD TVs including HDMI, Component, S-Video and Composite, the HMX20C is perfect for consumers on the move. Consumers will be equally impressed with the HMX20C’s convenient docking cradle and built-in USB port, allowing seamless video transfer to PCs.
The Samsung HMX20C is available in stores now with an RRP of $1299.