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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Samsung HMX-Q10 Camcorder

No the new Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder wasn’t made for south paws but it was made with ergonomics and functionality in mind. The new palm-held video recorder was designed with all the necessary buttons square on the “rear” end so operators can use their thumbs. This frees up the fingers which stimulates the creative centers of the mind (not really) and encourages would-be videographers to turn the camera upside down and all around—even switch hands!

But what about all the other controls (it seems like these little recorders are getting more and more features every day)? Well, they’re on the touch screen of course. The 2.7 LCD is not only touch-sensitive, it’s smart. The camera can sense its own orientation and will automatically flip the display vertically when the camera is inverted!

The 5 megapixel sensor will grab video in full HD but you’ll want to scale down to 720p for better quality anyway. Still, that’s not too shabby.

Another thing that isn’t too shabby is the $299 price tag. It’s not too high and it’s not too low and accurately reflects the utility and specs of this little shooter.

Full spec’s aren’t available on the Samsung site yet but will be shortly, so keep checking in.


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