Aluratek CINECAM AHDVC03F
Released October, 2009
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.
- 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
User Reviews (1)
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
hand strap is comfortable to work with, well balanced
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
need to rest your hand on something to avoid a shaky image, no real image stabilization
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