Samsung has unveiled a new Full HD camcorder with a slanted lens which allows a user to record footage for a long time without discomfort.
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The HMX-T10 comes with a 20-degree slanted lens, 2.7-inch touch screen LCD, can record Full HD videos, take photos (4.7 megapixel), and comes with Optical Image Stabilisation.
Other features include a BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS sensor that claims to provide twice the sensitivity of conventional CMOS sensors, and comes with an intelli-studio 2.0 software that allows for seamless management and editing of movies.
Samsung’s President of Digital Imaging Business, SangJin Park said, “The HMX-T10 offers not only a stylish, compact design and fantastic recording quality at an affordable price, but also demonstrates the thoughtfulness and innovation Samsung brings to making movie and image capturing a truly enjoyable experience for everyone. The HMX-T10’s convenient features, such as the 20-degree Slanted Lens, perfectly encapsulate the innovative and easy-to-use nature of our camcorder range, as well as our aim to remain at the cutting edge of innovation and design.”
The HMX-T10 is available for US$299, with local pricing and availability to be announced at a later date.