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ViewSonic DVP5


$330.00 Released November, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Small and easy to carry around. Projector function works well, everyone can easily see the footage. Easy to use, functions are fairly intuitive.

The Cons:Runs off of battery power even when connected via USB. Video is a little lower quality than 720p, even though the file is rendered in that format it seems slightly out of focus.

The ViewSonic DVP5 is a mid-cost 3D camcorder. This camcorder enables you to to take 720p HD video and 5-megapixel photos. You can then instantly project content with an image of up to 65".

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The DVP5 comes with a Micro SD card for up to 32GB of storage. You can also use this camcorder to project content from external devices such as an iPod, iPhone, mobile phone, DVD player, camcorder, notebook/PC or game console using an AV jack. The LED backlight lamp of the DVP5 offers a high contrast ratio, plus 20,000 hours of product use. The rechargeable battery of the ViewSonic DVP5 offers up to two hours of recording time on a single charge.

Features

  • 720p HD video
  • 5-megapixel photo
  • 65" projection
  • Micro SD card (up to 32GB of storage)
  • Project from external devices (such as iPod, iPhone, mobile phone, DVD player, camcorder, notebook/PC or game console)
  • LED backlight lamp 
  • 20,000 hours of product use
  • Rechargeable battery (2 hours of use)

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    small and easy to carry around

  • 1

    projector function works well, everyone can easily see the footage

  • 1

    easy to use, functions are fairly intuitive

  • 1

    records surprisingly well in low light, gets a fair amount of detail

  • 1

    connecting to the device is simple through the USB port, will stream from a laptop easily

Cons
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    runs off of battery power even when connected via USB

  • 1

    video is a little lower quality than 720p, even though the file is rendered in that format it seems slightly out of focus

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