Samsung launches HMX-T10 full -HD camcorderSamsung HMX-T10 has slanted lens for comfort
03 September 2010
Samsung has launched a new full-HD camcorder at IFA 2010 - the HMX-T10 has a slanted lens for increased comfort when recording video, according to the Samsung.
The lens is slanted at a 20-degree angle which the manufacturer claims will allow users to handle the camcorder in a way that reduces stress on the wrist and makes it easier to capture the highest quality videos.
The HMX-T10 is one model Samsung's new range of digital camcorders, and has a slimline design with a 2.7-inch touchscreen LCD. The Samsung HMX-T10 can capture video at 1080 pixel resolution and still photos at 4.7Mp at the same time.
For our first impressions of the HMX-T10 watch our First Look video recorded at the Samsung stand at IFA 2010.
Samsung HMX-T10 First Look video review
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According to Samsung the HMX-T10 also features an advanced Back Side Illuminated CMOS Sensor, which provides twice the sensitivity of conventional CMOS sensors, and Optical Image Stabilisation, so that whatever is captured remains blur-free.
UK pricing and availability information have not yet been announced by Samsung.
For all the latest from IFA 2010, from TVs to games consoles and mobile phones to tablets, check out our IFA news summary page each day
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