Shopping for a new video camera can prove to be confusing with all of the many different brands and features that are being offered these days. Finding one that offers the best efficiency for the money and is certain to capture all of those special moments is the most important aspect. The introduction of the water-proof video cameras has added even greater ability to capture every second, even those under water.
The three top brands associated with waterproof video cameras are the Kodak PlaySport, the JVC Picsio and the Sanyo VPC-WHI. They are all designed to go below water to a depth of ten feet but their additional features vary widely.
The Kodak PlaySport (Zx3) Hi-def Waterproof Pocket Video Camera comes in a wide array of colors and carries a two inch display screen. The display also has a LCD glare shield option allowing you to see the display screen even when the sun is obvious. It offers a five megapixel top quality photos and has an electronic graphic stabilizer providing a great image even while moving. The waterproof video camera also includes built-in software and a USB cord to get in touch to your computer making downloading and sharing the pictures easy.
The JVX Picsio GC-WP10 Waterproof Pocket Video Camera includes a three inch touch screen panel and offers a picture top quality of five megapixels. This waterproof camcorder has built in LoiLo Scope Ex lover software and is Wi-Fi ready, letting you either download your photographs to your computer or where Wi-Fi is available to send your photos to social networking sites from the camera. An MP3 audio recorder is offered on the camera and an iFrame video recording function making it easier to transfer video clip to the iMovie program.
The Sanyo VPC-WHI Hi-def Waterproof Flash Memory Video camera with 30x Optical Zoon is tiny enough to fit into the hands of your hand and can catch an amazing thirteen frames per second. The digicam offers a two and a half inch screen, which is able to flip out of the camera and rotate close to 285 allowing you to capture all of those tough to reach shots. It includes any 30x optic zoom and a picture quality associated with two megapixels. Photo from this waterproof video camera can be easily transferred to you iTunes software on your computer which from there can be sent to the social networking sites.
Choosing the right water-proof video camera is dependent upon what the needs for the camera are and how it is intended to use it. When wanting to immediately share photos, then the JVX Piscio’s Wi-Fi ability to send directly from the camera may be the right choice. However, if social networking is not really the primary goal then you may not want to spend the extra for that characteristic. The Sanyo offers the flip up exhibit feature to get those tough to reach shots. Kodak offers every one of the basic needs of a video camera and comes in at a lower expense than the others.
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