Samsung's new HMX-T10 full HD camcorder boasts an innovative 20-degree slanted lens that's been designed to make shooting videos more comfortable, so you can say goodbye to aching arms and wrists.
Part of the manufacturer's new line-up of compact digital camcorders, the HMX-T10 sports a slick, slim design and has the ability to capture 4.7-megapixel still images and high-definition video footage at the same time.
Equipped with a 2.7-inch LCD screen, the new model also features Optical Image Stabilisation to eliminate blurry images caused by shaky hands.
The HMX-T10 also includes an advanced BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS sensor which, according to Samsung, provides twice the sensitivity of conventional CMOS sensors. This is intended to reduce image distortion to deliver clear footage and images, even if you're using it in low light conditions.
What's more, the camcorder comes with intelli-studio 2.0 software which enables you to manage and edit your video footage and pictures.
UK availability and pricing has yet to be announced.
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