A lot of people are into smartphones these days. We might have forgotten about the camcorders already, so if you are wondering what the newest digital camcorder in the market is, then check out the new Samsung HMX-s16 full HD Camcorder.
Unveiled at the CES 2010, the Samsung HMX-S16 full HD camcorder is already available in South Korea. The digital camcorder highlights two strong attractions: first is its Wi-Fi connection and second is the 64GB SSD (Solid State Drive). Now, you have a wide range of recording capabilities together with the other advantages of a large storage format.
The Samsung HMX-S16 full HD camcorder comes packed with specs including a 3.5-inch touchscreen display which runs a 3D GUI, a 10MP BSI (Back Side Illumination) CMOs sensor allowing you to capture quality videos even in low light environment, and a full 1920 X 1080/60i HD video recording. The Samsung HMX-S16 also features optically stabilized Schneider Kreuznach Varioplan-HD lenses, Victoria engine processor, still snapshots, Wi-Fi (DLNA certified allowing the users to transfer pictures and videos to the PC or TV via Wi-Fi connection), 18x Intelli-zoom lens (15x optical zoom), and SDHC memory card slot.
On the other hand, the company will also release HMX-S15 digicam which resembles the S16. The difference is that the S15 digicam will come with 32GB SSD and it doesn’t support Wi-Fi.
The Samsung HMX-S16 full HD camcorder is now available at a price of 1,399,000 won or $1, 158.