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Aluratek CINECAM ADVC01F


$55.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Works well in bright sunshine, gets very sharp and clear pictures. Usage is intuitive enough that you never need instructions. Images and video are easy to transfer to the computer.

The Cons:Indoor lighting results in very grainy images. Doesn't have any flash or light of any kind. Uses the microSD standard which is more expensive and harder to find than SDHC.

The Aluratek CINECAM ADVC01F is a budget-friendly, entry-level, and AA battery-powered pocket-sized digital camcorder geared mainly for kids and amateurs. Featured is a 5MP CMOS sensor for taking high-quality stills, as well as recording VGA videos with sound.

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There’s also a 2” LCD display, microSD expansion, and a USB port for PC connectivity and charging. Overall, the Aluratek CINECAM ADVC01F has received mix reviews. Some have said it works well outdoors, while others have complained about issues with its PC software. The general consensus is that what users gain in savings, they lose in functionality.

Features

  • Handheld Digital Camcorder
  • 5MP CMOS Sensor
  • 8x Digital Zoom
  • 2" LCD Display
  • VGA@25fps Film Capture w/Aidio
  • Dual AA Alkaline Batteries
  • MicroSD Expansion up to 8GB
  • Flip-Out USB Connector
  • USB Charging
  • Ultra-Sensitive Microphone
  • 10 Second Self-Timer
  • Bundled PC Software
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty

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Pros
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    works well in bright sunshine, gets very sharp and clear pictures

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    usage is intuitive enough that you never need instructions

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    images and video are easy to transfer to the computer

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    memory is easily expanded as needed

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    batteries seem to last a very long time on average

Cons
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    indoor lighting results in very grainy images

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    doesn't have any flash or light of any kind

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    uses the microSD standard which is more expensive and harder to find than SDHC

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