Posted on 29 July, 2010 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Samsung rolls out its new point-and-shoot camcorder with full-HD resolution called the Samsung HMX-E10. It is a pocket-sized camcorder that features a 270-degree swiveling lens which allows the user to record HD Videos from just about any angle. The Camcorder comes with a 1/3.2-inch CMOS sensor and features a 2.7-inch touchscreen LCD Display that is positioned horizontally is divided into two sections; the upper part showing what you capture at the moment, while the bottom display shows a series of touch-screen controls including record, stop and play.
The Samsung HMX-E10 uses a microSD card for storage, there is an HDMI output, USB port for charging and connectivity. The HMX-E10 comes bundled with Samsung’s play-edit-sharing program, called intelli-studio, allowing users to edit and play their video from any computer without having to install supporting software. The HMX-E10 wll be available in Ivory / Black colors starting September for $199.