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Toshiba unveils Camileo Clip HD camcorder at IFA

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 05 Sep 2011 17:24 User comments (1)

Toshiba unveils Camileo Clip HD camcorder at IFA Designed for thrill-seekers, it's water-resistant, easily attaches to clothes or bike.
An integrated clip built into the body of the lightweight camcorder allows it to be easily attached to a t-shirt or shorts for hands-free filming, and a 5mm jack lets owners mount the Camileo Clip to helmets and bicycle handlebars.

It can record in Full HD 1080p. It offers 5X digital zoom keeping the 1080p resolution, and drops to 720p for 10x zoom shots. Electronic Image Stabiliser technology is included to reduce visible camera shake.

It sports a 1.5-inch LCD screen that is controlled using a touch pad on the external body of the camcorder. Still shots can be captured at 16MP resolution using the 5MP CMOS sensor.

For storage, the Camileo Clip uses micro-SD cards for easily expandable storage and card swapping. Mini-USB is used to connect to computers for quick data transfer while a mini-HDMI output lets the user watch their recordings on a HDTV.

Toshiba Camileo Clip Information.
  • Full HD 1080p resolution (30fps)
  • 5MP CMOS sensor (up to 16MP photos)
  • 5x digital zoom (1080p), 10x digital zoom (720p)
  • Electronic Image Stabiliser
  • Screen size: 1.5-inch (3.8 cm)
  • CAMILEO Uploader software
  • Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC up to 64GB
  • 1x mini HDMI and 1x mini USB
  • Touch pad
  • Weather proof
  • Webcam functionaility
  • Size: 46.5mm x 80mm x 16 mm (19.5mm with clip
  • Weight: 85g

The Toshiba Camileo Clip will be available in the UK during Q4 2011. No official price information has been released yet. Toshiba also showed off the Camileo X200 and Camileo X400 HD camcorders at IFA in Berlin.

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1 user comment

16.9.2011 1:49

Full HD 1080p resolution (30fps)
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC up to 64GB
Put those two lines together and you will probably see the problem. Need a hint? MicroSD/SDHC/SDXC are too slow to record 1080P with any quality.

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