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Aluratek CINECAM AHDVC01F


$80.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Built-in USB connection makes it so that you don't need wires at all. Battery is removable and replaceable, won't be stuck with worn out battery. Can charge on anything with a mini USB connection.

The Cons:Can't watch movies directly through an HDMI port. Movies are stored in .MOV format, not as widely supported as many other video formats. Plastic flexes and creaks as you use it.

The Aluratek CINECAM AHDVC01F is a pocket-sized digital camcorder designed for capturing snapshots and recording high-definition films. It features a 5MP CMOS sensor with a 3x digital zoom. This allows users to take high-quality photos, as well as record 720p videos with audio.

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Included is a flip-out USB connector for hooking up to a computer, and ArcSoft software for effortlessly uploading to sites like YouTube. It has been praised by reviewers for its removable battery, its ability to be charged through the USB interface, and its support for SD memory. However, it lacks support for HDMI. In addition, there is no lens cover and the movies are stored in the .mov format, which isn’t compatible with Windows Media Player.

Features

  • Pocket-Sized Digital Camcorder
  • 5MP CMOS Sensor w/3x Digital Zoom
  • 2.4" LCD Display
  • 720p@60fps Film Capture w/Aidio
  • Rechargeable Battery (2-Hour Use)
  • MicroSD Expansion up to 32GB
  • Flip-Out USB Connector
  • USB Charging
  • Ultra-Sensitive Microphone
  • 10 Second Self-Timer
  • Bundled PC Software
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty

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    built-in USB connection makes it so that you don't need wires at all

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    battery is removable and replaceable, won't be stuck with worn out battery

  • 1

    can charge on anything with a mini USB connection

  • 1

    SD card port makes it easy to quickly copy files on and off

Cons
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    can't watch movies directly through an HDMI port

  • 1

    movies are stored in .MOV format, not as widely supported as many other video formats

  • 1

    plastic flexes and creaks as you use it

  • 1

    user manual is poorly written and doesn't tell you much

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    Battery is a no-name and model-less one. Can only buy it from Aluratek for far more than an equivalent battery at inexpensive store (Walmart, Tigerdirect, etc)

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