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Bell + Howell DNV900HD


$159.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Infrared works very well, gets great detail. HD picture is sharp and clear, looks great on a large display. LCD is large and clear, easy to frame the subject.

The Cons:IR emitter is a little weak, works much better with an external IR source. A bit clumsy to hold with the hand strap, feels awkward. No real image stabilization built in, camera shake is noticeable.

The Bell + Howell DNV900HD is a pocket-sized, high-definition digital video camcorder designed to capture full 1080p HD video at 30fps and with H.264 compression. It features a 5MP CMOS sensor that supports 16MP still images, a 3” touchscreen display that can be swiveled for convenience, and an infrared functionality for taking stills or recording videos in low-light conditions.

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Also included are outputs for transmitting to HD and non-HD televisions, slow motion playback, and built-in camera flash. Overall, the Bell + Howell DNV900HD digital camcorder has been well received for being inexpensive, small and lightweight, and easy to use. However, it has received some negative statements in regard to its outdoor usage.

Features

  • 5MP CMOS Sensor
  • 16MP Still Image Capture
  • 4x Digital Zoom
  • 1080p Video Capture (H.264, MOV)
  • 3" Touchscreen Swivel Display
  • Touchscreen Controls
  • 32MB Internal Memory
  • Microphone/Speaker
  • Composite/Component
  • Mini USB 2.0
  • HDMI
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • SD/MMC Expansion
  • Built-In Camera Flash
  • Infrared Night Vision
  • Smart Macro Focus
  • Motion Detection

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Pros
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    infrared works very well, gets great detail

  • 1

    HD picture is sharp and clear, looks great on a large display

  • 1

    LCD is large and clear, easy to frame the subject

  • 1

    no real learning curve with it, very easy to work out the controls

Cons
  • 1

    IR emitter is a little weak, works much better with an external IR source

  • 1

    a bit clumsy to hold with the hand strap, feels awkward

  • 1

    no real image stabilization built in, camera shake is noticeable

  • 1

    record button is in a difficult place, can end up hitting Review by accident

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