Thursday, October 27, 2005
I Can't wait to buy this camcorder! Here's the review:
"Samsung SC-D6550 Mini DV Compact DuoCam merges a high-quality digital still camera, with a high-quality Mini DV camcorder to form one palm-sized, go-anywhere device. At the heart of the SC-D6550 are two seperate optics systems: A 680,000-pixel CCD for digital video, and a 5-mega pixel CCD for capturing digital still shots in 2592 x 1944 resolution. And worry not; the SC-D6550 is much more than the sum of its parts. Additional features include a built-in flash, 900x Digital Zoom lens, USB 2.0 and IEEE-1394 connectivity, and a multi-memory card slot, which supports Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, and SD/MMC storage mediums. The SC-D6550 has enough capabilities to make digital still photographers, or those simply looking for a Mini DV camcorder, very happy. Camcorder and Digital Still Camera, the SC-D6550 Compact DuoCam merges a Mini DV camcorder with a 5-mega pixel Digital Still Camera. This combo technology allows for maximum flexibility during shoots, be they movie, still or both. Best of all you can switch between the two shooting modes with the flip of a switch. Technology The camcorder portion of the SC-D6550 contains a 680,000-pixel CCD for crystal-clear digital video recording. 900x Digital Zoom Lens The SC-D6550 has two zoom lenses. The Mini DV Camcorder portion of the camera has a 10x Optical/900x Digital zoom lens. The Digital Still Camera has a 3x Optical/12x Digital arrangement. MPEG Recording "Mini DV is not your only recourse for recording full-motion video. On the SC-D6550, you can capture MPEG-4-quality video to a Memory Stick. Which allows for easy-transferable video clips that are perfect for emailing. The "Digital Image Stabilizer" D.I.S. automatically compensates for camera shake and vibrations. It allows for smoother video picture; a valuable feature during rough shooting conditions or handheld use. The camcorder's multi-memory card slot is compatible with SD, MMC, Memory Stick, and Memory Stick Pro storage media. When shooting a subject in front of an intense light source, Backlight Compensation will reduce the intensity of the brightness to make the subject more visible.IEEE-1394 and USB 2.0 ConnectivityWith IEEE-1394 connectivity, you can transfer digital video at a high-speed to a PC for easy editing. USB 2.0 connectivity allows you to transfer digital images from a memory card or Memory Stick to a PC. A built-in flash maximizes your digital still shooting capabilities in low-light conditions."
Posted by marquita188 at 10/27/2005 05:16:00 PM