When The Boston Globe reviewed
Kodak's latest pocket handicam, the pub dissed the product's "dreadful" nomenclature. Surely, writer Hiawatha Bray wondered, Kodak can come up with something better than "Zi8
Which is why they want YOU to…
I reviewed the Kodak Zi8
for Wired and found it to be a solid little handicam. From my review
Inside and out, the Zi8 is brimming with upgrades (1080p) and little touches (a legit microphone jack!) that set a
Kodak unveiled the Zi8
, its latest pocket video cam (far right). The HD shooter features 1080p, 4x digital zoom, SD slot, and weighs just 3.9 oz.
Oh, and did we mention it costs $180.
As we've said before
Gax online has the new Flip Ultra HD with HDMI, which just hit stores for $200. He took it out of the box.
Flip Ultra Hd Unboxing
[Gaxonline via Engadget
via via Wired: Gadget Lab
Pure Digital, makers of the mega-popular Flip camcorders, has announced the the MinoHD, essentially the Flip Mino capable of shooting 720p video. Its internal 4GB of will hold up to an hour of video.
Part of the Flip's appeal —…
Michael Arrington says there's one essential problem with cheap, fashionable video cameras like the Flip and the Vado: the quality is worse than what you'll get from a half-decent pocket camera like a Canon Elph.
"So I haven’t actually tried