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Aluratek CINECAM AHDVC03F


$180.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Makes clear, sharp, and professional-looking video. Very simple design, can just pick it up and start using it without instruction. Small size makes it easy to take with you anywhere.

The Cons:Sometimes has a hard time getting the right focus, can often end up with a slightly soft picture. Color is a bit washed out and faded on everything. Audio is a bit distant, often have a hard time hearing people.

The Aluratek CINECAM AHDVC03F is a handheld digital camcorder engineered for high-quality video and still image capture. It houses a powerful 5MP CMOS sensor with a 5x optical zoom and 20x digital zoom for taking extremely clear photos.

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On the video end, the device supports full 1080p high-definition footage with audio, though it stores it in the .mov QuickTime format, which means it’s not compatible with Windows Media Player. Additional features include a touchscreen display that can be swiveled, a rechargeable battery with a two-hour lifespan, and a USB interface for PC connectivity. According to expert reviewers, the Aluratek CINECAM AHDVC03F doesn’t offer the HD experience that a professional grade model would, but it does provide a fair price/performance ratio.

Features

  • Handheld Digital Camcorder
  • 5MP CMOS Sensor
  • 5x Optical Zoom
  • 20x Digital Zoom
  • 3" Touchscreen Display
  • 180-Degree Display Swivel
  • 1080p@30fps Film Capture w/Aidio
  • Rechargeable Battery (2-Hour Use)
  • MicroSD Expansion up to 32GB
  • USB Connector
  • USB Charging
  • Ultra-Sensitive Microphone
  • 10 Second Self-Timer
  • Bundled PC Software
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty

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    makes clear, sharp, and professional-looking video

  • 1

    very simple design, can just pick it up and start using it without instruction

  • 1

    small size makes it easy to take with you anywhere

  • 1

    hand strap is comfortable to work with, well balanced

Cons
  • 1

    sometimes has a hard time getting the right focus, can often end up with a slightly soft picture

  • 1

    color is a bit washed out and faded on everything

  • 1

    audio is a bit distant, often have a hard time hearing people

  • 1

    need to rest your hand on something to avoid a shaky image, no real image stabilization

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