Reviews and Problems with Samsung VP-HMX10 / SC-HMX10
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Samsung SC-HMX10 Review
1 April 2008
Excerpt: Samsung's HD camcorder is light (5.0 ounces) and unassuming. Shaped more or less like a soda can, the HMX10 creates 720p video (1280 x 720) compressed to the H.264/MPEG-4 codec and stored either on the internal 8GB of flash memory or to SDHC/MMC+ cards. With a minimal control layout, it's auser-friendly camcorder, but it won't be so appealing to serious shooters. The video output has enough flaws that the cam is strictly for weekend warriors.
Excerpt: The VP-HMX10 is the cheapest HD camcorder in the group. It looks almost identical to the standard-definition VP-MX10 and has the same body shape and clever twisting handle, but comes with a built-in lens cover, plus a touch-screen LCD for navigating the menus. The VP-HMX10 has a 1/4.5in CMOS sensor. On the highest quality setting it records video at a resolution of 1,280x720 pixels at 12Mbit/s.