Released April, 2010
The Pros:Connects directly through HDMI, and comes with the cable. Can manage high definition shots in bright lighting. Fair recording quality for most conventional situations, good detail and clarity.
The Cons:Lens zooms in when filming in full HD, can't be too close to any of the subjects. Little to no compensation for handshake. Touch screen is difficult to work with, hard to pick exactly what you're aiming for.
The V5560u is a digital camcorder from HP's 2010 lineup and is an upgrade to the V5061u. Like the V5061u, the camcorder features a 3" touchscreen LCD display for navigating the settings and viewing recorded content.
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It offers HD video recording in a 1440 x 1080 pixel resolution, automatic motion detection, and differs with the V5061u since it has both 4x digital zoom as well as 5x optical zoom. The camcorder can also quickly switch modes to take still images in an up to 5 megapixel resolution. The V5560u has an integrated HDMI port and includes dual SD/SDHC slots for adding up to 32GB of additional storage. The camcorder comes with a carrying pouch, lens cap, cleaning cloth, and has a 1 year limited warranty.
- 3" LCD Touchscreen Display
- 1440 x 1080 pixel Video Recording
- 5x optical zoom, 4x (2x for 1080p) digital zoom
- 5MP Still Image Capture
- Automatic motion detection
- HDMI Interface
- 32MB Internal Memory
- Dual SD/SDHC with up to 32GB capability
- Utilizes Lithium-Ion battery
- Comes with HDMI Cable, AV Cable, Carrying Pouch, Lens Cap, Cleaning Cloth
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (5)
connects directly through HDMI, and comes with the cable
can manage high definition shots in bright lighting
fair recording quality for most conventional situations, good detail and clarity
it has TV standard AV input, Earphone and MIC input. there is an option on which one you will use
lens zooms in when filming in full HD, can't be too close to any of the subjects
little to no compensation for handshake
touch screen is difficult to work with, hard to pick exactly what you're aiming for
low-light still photos are grainy and difficult to see
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