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Samsung’s HMX-H106, World’s First Full HD Camcorder With a 64GB SSD: In Stores Now

Introduced at this year’s CES : Samsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD Camcorder… the HMX-H106 is now available in Korea from this morning! To fresh your memory, this camera is Full HD (1920 x 1080) with Time Lapse[...]
Samsung’s HMX-H106, World’s First Full HD Camcorder With a 64GB SSD:  In Stores Now
Samsung’s HMX-H106, World’s First Full HD Camcorder With a 64GB SSD:  In Stores NowSamsung’s HMX-H106, World’s First Full HD Camcorder With a 64GB SSD:  In Stores NowSamsung’s HMX-H106, World’s First Full HD Camcorder With a 64GB SSD:  In Stores NowSamsung’s HMX-H106, World’s First Full HD Camcorder With a 64GB SSD:  In Stores Now

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Samsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD Camcorder

Here’s the HMX-H106, the HD version of Samsung’s VM-MX25E. Retaining the same shape of the previous SD version of this cute and compact camcoder, for the CES Samsung released an improved version that fully supports HD (1920×[...]
Samsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD Camcorder
Samsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD CamcorderSamsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD CamcorderSamsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD CamcorderSamsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD CamcorderSamsung Introduces the World’s First 64GB SSD Full HD Camcorder

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Sony Unleashes Their HVR-HD1000 Pro Camcorder in Japan

Already widely available in North America and in Europe, the HVR-HD1000 will finally make it to Japan. Expected to be released in January, 2009, this new camera is made for people looking for mobility, and its black finish and shoulder[...]
Sony Unleashes Their HVR-HD1000 Pro Camcorder in Japan
Sony Unleashes Their HVR-HD1000 Pro Camcorder in Japan

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Sony Unveils A New Pocket Camcorder

Sony’s new NSC-GC1 Net-sharing camcorder is targeted specifically at YouTube users who want a quality picture ranging from QVGA (320×240) at 15 frames per second to VGA (640×480) at 30 frames per second. Your videos wil[...]
Sony Unveils A New Pocket Camcorder
Sony Unveils A New Pocket CamcorderSony Unveils A New Pocket CamcorderSony Unveils A New Pocket Camcorder

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