Vivitar DVR 910HD
Released May, 2010
The Pros:Extremely easy point-and-shoot interface. Easy to handle, light and comfortable in your hand. Files transfer to the PC quickly, work well with the USB 2.0 standard.
The Cons:Video is over-compressed and fragmented. Low or even medium lighting is inadequate, need bright light for a clear picture. Works through batteries quickly if the LED flash lamps are used.
The Vivitar DVR 910HD is a low-cost compact digital video camera. This is similar to the Vivitar DVR 920 in most respects, but lacks Pictbridge compatibility and doesn't use any stabilization technology.
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Output is also limited to the USB port or the built-in 2.7 inch TFT LCD. In other ways they are very similar, with an 8.1 Megapixel sensor that can capture still images at 3264x2448 resolution and video at 1280x720 high definition. All recordings are done in JPEG or AVI file formats and stored on an SD card. 2 separate LEDs are used to light subjects and can also be used as a flash, and scene modes can be selected to adjust for various lighting conditions.
- 8.1 Megapixel sensor
- Still pictures up to 3264x2448 pixel resolution
- Video up to 1280x720 resolution
- SD card supported
- 4x Digital zoom
- Selectable Scene Modes, White Balance
- JPEG, AVI file formats
- 2.7 in TFT LCD
- 2 LED Flash lamps
- USB 2.0
- 4 x AAA battieries
User Reviews (8)
extremely easy point-and-shoot interface
easy to handle, light and comfortable in your hand
files transfer to the PC quickly, work well with the USB 2.0 standard
video is over-compressed and fragmented
low or even medium lighting is inadequate, need bright light for a clear picture
works through batteries quickly if the LED flash lamps are used
moving subjects tend to get lost in artifacts
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