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Toshiba-camileo-clip.33671914
7.4 out of 10

Toshiba CAMILEO CLIP

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Specifications

Feature
Value
Comment
Summary
Screen Size
1.5" (4:3 aspect ratio)
Screen Type
LCD
Max Video Resolution
1080p
Digital Still Megapixel
5MP, 16MP Interpolated
Color
Dark Blue
Physical Description
Width
1.8"
Height
3.2"
Width (Shipping)
8.1"
Height (Shipping)
7.5"
Depth (Shipping)
1.6"
Weight (Shipping)
0.89 lbs
Main Specifications
Lens
Fixed f/2.8
Image Sensor
5MP BSI CMOS Sensor
Digital Zoom
5X
On Board Memory
Built-in 128MB NAND Flash Memory (usable storage around 68MB)
Expansion
SDHC card (support capacity up to 32GB), SDXC card (support capacity up to 128GB)
Still Picture Resolution Options
3MP (2048 x 1536), 5MP (2592 x 1944), 16MP (4608 x 3456)
Video Resolution Options
HD (1280x720p/60fps), FHD (1920x1080p/30fps), HD (1280x720p/30fps), VGA (640x480/30fps)
Exposure
Auto
White Balance
Daylight, Tungsten, Auto
Scene Mode
Auto, Skin, Backlight, Night
Filter Mode
Black & White, Auto, Classic (Sepia), Negative
Self-timer
Approx. 10 sec.
Light
LED On, Off
Video Stabilization
Electronic Image Stabilization
File Format (video)
MP4
Power Saving Mode
Auto off after approx. 3 Minutes
Battery Video Recording Time
Approx 1h 30m
AC Adapter Charging Time
2.5 hr
Photos Taken Vs. Capacity (1GB SD)
1 GB SD: 16 megapixel (interpolated) = 400 photos, 5 megapixel = 434 photos, 3 megapixel = 526 photos
System Requirements [PC]
Microsoft® Windows XP / Vista® / Windows® 7
System Requirement [Mac]
1GB free hard disk space, 1GB RAM, USB 2.0 Port, Mac OS 10.5 or above, Intel Core 2 Duo or above, 4X CD-ROM
Box Content
Quick Start Guide, cleaning cloth, Hand strap, Software CD (User''''s Manual, warranty information, ArcSoft® MediaImpression video and photo editing software), 4GB SD Card, Uploader Software
Approximate Video Recording Capacity - MPEG4
HD (720p/60fps) = 15 min., HD (720p/30fps) = 31 min, VGA (480p/30fps) = 59 min
Warranty
one year standard limited
Release Date
First seen
19 September 2011