Angled Lens Means Comfier Grip on Samsung Camcorder Product: HMX-R10 Camcorder
Samsung HMX-R10 Camcorder Samsung puts HD video and 9-megapixel stills in the palm of your hand without straining your wrist. Its lightweight SD/SDHC-recording R10 makes a game effort at shifting the handheld videocams paradigm by taking a more laid back approach. Designed with a 25-degree recline, the canted lens makes high and low shots a lot easier on your right wing. However, greater comfort and compactness have a trade-off â€” there are no headphone or mic jacks and the low-light shooting is a bit of a disappointment. W IRED Smart design: The lens is angled up at 25 degrees to make it more comfortable to use. Slick, swiveling 2.7-inch touchscreen is a terrific command center. Lots of manual and creative controls â€” like image sensitivity and frame rate. Records to SD/SDHC memory cards. Shoots 9-megapixel stills. TIRED Poor low-light sensitivity. No headphone or external microphone jacks. Stills and video a bit noisy. No lens cap or hand strap.
Published on Dec 24, 2009
Samsung puts HD video and 9-megapixel stills in the palm of your hand without straining your wrist.