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Samsung HMX-E10


$199.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Solid low-light performance for a pocket camcorder. Very sleek, compact build that is more comparable to a smartphone than a camcorder. Captured audio is pretty clear and noise-free in most conditions.

The Cons:Really limited, poor zoom performance--jerky and awkward. Lacks a connection for an external microphone--something usually offered even at this price point.

The Samsung HMX-E10 is a middle-end camcorder. It is designed to be highly portable video recording device. It features a 270-degree swivel lens, a built-in USB port, and Samsung Intelli-Studio software.

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Product Shot 2 The swivel lens of the HMX-E10 enables the user to film more complex angles. This allows them to be more creative, and gives them far more options in terms of framing shots. The camcorder also has a built-in USB port for convenience, eliminating the need for a USB cable. This makes transferring files to and from the HMX-E10 easy and fast. The camcorder ships with the Samsung Intelli-Studio software. This software enables a user to watch and edit any of their videos, without the need for supporting software. When compared to another Samsung camcorder, the SMX-K44, the HMX-K44 has some major advantages, such as full-HD recording, and a more compact size.

Features

  • 270-degree swivel lens
  • Built-in USB
  • Samsung Intelli-Studio software
  • Compact size
  • Full-resolution HD
  • USB battery charge
  • Touch screen controls
  • High performance sensor
  • Versatile display
  • Panorama shot

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    Solid low-light performance for a pocket camcorder.

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    Very sleek, compact build that is more comparable to a smartphone than a camcorder.

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    Captured audio is pretty clear and noise-free in most conditions.

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    Decent image stabilization--video generally comes out pretty steady when used in typical conditions.

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    Swivel lens allows for capturing some trickier shots, makes self-shooting a breeze.

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    Touchscreen is fairly responsive with a well laid out interface.

Cons
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    Really limited, poor zoom performance--jerky and awkward.

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    Lacks a connection for an external microphone--something usually offered even at this price point.

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