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Friday, November 5, 2010

F880HD-1

NEW MODEL! High-Definition Compact Digital Camcorder
  

The F880HD is the upgrade to the F500HD with motion detection and continuous auto-focus features.
It has a host of great features and functions, making this a winner!
  • 5M CMOS sensor
  • 2.0" LTPS TFT LCD
  • Video Vertical Flip for upside down recording
  • Supports various resolutions:
    • 1920*1080(30fps) 
    • 1440*1080(30fps)
    • 1280*720(30fps)
    • 848*480(60fps)
  • Photography function
    • Still image format: jpeg
    • Resolutions:
      • 2592X1944
      • 3200X2400
    • Software interpolation:
      • 5Megapixels
      • 8Megapixels
  • Video Recording format: MOV
  • Loop recording
  • Motion detection recording
  • Time and date Stamp
  • Video Codec:MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
  • ZOOM 4X Digital Zoom (Full hd resolution)
  • Max 32G SDHC Card, Class 6 above
  • Audio Mic and Speaker (Mono)Equipped
  • Electronic shutter
  • White Balance
  • Auto/Sunny/Cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent
  • LED Light Auto/LED On/LED Off
  • Interface ports:
    • USB2.0 
    • HDMI
    • TV AV OUT
For further details, view the specifications from the manufaturer's website at: F880HD 

@ PRICE: SG$370
  • only valid for Singapore
  • includes delivery within Singapore
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty
  • further discounts for volume orders
Standard Package contents:

3 comments:

  1. can u tell me the difference between Duration and Recycle Record in settings menu?

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  2. The duration setting is to put a limit on the recording time for the camera - ie. 15mins, 30mins, 45mins. But it will not cause the camera to loop back and delete a file once the SDHC card is full. Usually, for in camera use - we leave this setting in the "No" position.

    The recycle setting is to determine the video clip length when recording, AND, also to ensure the camera recycles the SDHC card when full - deleting the earlier file, and overwriting with a new recording. For in car use, we usually set 5min, 10min or 15mins as desired. Take note that the longer the video clip - the larger the file size, and more difficult to manage in copying or editing on the PC.

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