No. of Pixels
Fixed number of pixels on camcorder's LCD screen, as measured in thousands (k).
File type that the photo mode of a camcorder generates for use on a computer.
- Product Weight (lb.) 0.51
Image Stabilizer ?
Technology that minimizes blur and unwanted picture shake caused by hand movement during recording.No. of Pixels ?
Fixed number of pixels on camcorder's LCD screen, as measured in thousands (k).Main Display
Device Type ?
Technology of camcorder display. A 2.7" Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with touch screen usability.No. of Pixels ?
Fixed number of pixels on camcorder's LCD screen, as measured in thousands (k).Video Recording
Audio Channels 2Audio Format ?
Sound file type that a camcorder generates. AAC achieves higher sound quality than MP3.Auto Focus ?
Optical feature that uses a sensor, control system, and motor to automatically focus a camera's lens.Auto Shutter YesAuto White Balance ?
Camera settings that auto-adjust in different light to ensure white objects appear white on screen.Back Light Compensation ?
Feature that helps prevent foreground objects from becoming silhouetted against bright backgrounds.Built-in Microphone ?
An internal microphone in a camcorder designed to record audio while video footage is being recorded.Low Light Sensitivity (lux) ?
Minimum amount of light a camcorder needs to produce a quality recording. Dark twilight is roughly 3 lux.Manual Focus YesManual Shutter ?
Setting that allows the shutter speed to be adjusted by hand, as measured in fractions of a second.Real Stereo ?
Mode that distinguishes sound direction while recording to reproduce rich and dynamic sound.Recording Format ?
Compression standard that a camcorder uses to encode video. H.264 HD is used by Blu-Ray and YouTube.Recording Quality Super Fine, Fine, NormalRecording Resolution ?
Number of pixels across and down that are used to capture video. More pixels, the sharper the image.Sampling Rate (kHz) ?
Frequency at which an analog audio signal is measured while digitized. 48kHz is a broadcast standard.Slow Shutter Mode (LSS) ?
Feature that decreases shutter speed to allow more exposure when shooting in low light conditions.Speaker ?
Internal speaker in a camcorder designed to emit recorded audio during playback.Video Still Capture ?
Technology that scans frames during recording to optimize the video for use as still images.Volume Adjust YesWind Filter ?
Technology that reduces distortion and buffeting caused by wind on a camcorder's microphone.Still Imaging
File type that the photo mode of a camcorder generates for use on a computer.Quality ?
Overall appearance of the photos that a camcorder generates. Super Fine signifies premium quality.Audio Recording
Audio Format ?
Sound file type that a camcorder generates. AAC achieves higher sound quality than MP3.Built-in Microphone ?
An internal microphone in a camcorder designed to record audio while video footage is being recorded.Real Stereo ?
Mode that distinguishes sound direction while recording to reproduce rich and dynamic sound.Sampling Rate (kHz) ?
Frequency at which an analog audio signal is measured while digitized. 48kHz is a broadcast standard.Speaker ?
Internal speaker in a camcorder designed to emit recorded audio during playback.Volume Adjust YesWind Filter ?
Technology that reduces distortion and buffeting caused by wind on a camcorder's microphone.Storage Media
Card Slot ?
Opening in which a flash memory card is inserted. SDHC cards store at least 4GB of removable memory.Inputs and Outputs
Analog video connection that transmits information along two or three separate signals.Composite ?
Analog video connection that transmits audio and video information along a single signal.HDMI ?
High-Definition Multimedia Interface. Industry standard for transmitting HD video between components.USB 2.0 ?
Universal Serial Bus. Interface standard for connecting peripherals to a computer. USB 2.0 is high-speed.Dimensions
Product Dimensions (W x H x D) 1.5" x 2.23" x 5.04"Weight
Product Weight (lb.) 0.51Flash
Bulb on a camera that illuminates briefly to cast light on a subject. Flashes are used for still photos.Power
Battery Model ?
Model of battery the camcorder uses.Cell Battery ?
Consistency of rechargeable battery pack. Lithium-ion has high energy density and slow charge loss.Power Supply Output (5.0V, 2.0A)Running Time (min) ?
Duration of time that a fully powered camcorder can run before its battery needs to be recharged.Compatability
Operating System XP SP2, Vista 32, 64Functions
Fast Forward and Forward Playback Search functions that increase speed of playback by x2, x4, and x8.Frame Advance ?
Function that enables users to view individual frames of a video. Pressing the button advances one frame.Line Recording ?
Ability to copy a camcorder's playable media by connecting it to a VCR or other recording device input.Play/Still YesREW/RPS ?
Rewind and Reverse Playback Search functions that increase speed of reverse playback by x2, x4, and x8.Shuttle Search ?
Function in which user can search video at ultra-high speed by for easy searching.Slide Show ?
Function that plays back a sequence of photo images at intervals. Can include transitions and music.Slow Motion ?See More +
Mode that decreases playback speed in forward or reverse by x1/2, x1/4, and x1/8.Stop Yes
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