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DXG Courts Uploaders With New Camcorder

6/26/2008 03:08:00 PM Eastern

City of Industry, Calif. — Digital camera maker DXG will ship its first HD camcorder with direct uploading capability to dealers this month.

The $179 DXG-567V records 1,280 by 720 video at 30 fps or 5-megapixel still images to 32MB of internal memory or SDHC memory cards.

A “rapid blog manager” software is included with the camcorder and launches automatically when the unit’s retractable USB cable is connected to a computer. Using the software, consumers can upload videos to personal Web sites, blogs or YouTube.

The device also ships with an S-Video and composite-video cable, rechargeable AA batteries and ArcSoft TotalMedia Extreme software for viewing and editing video.

Additional features include a 2x digital zoom and a 2-inch LCD display.

It will be sold in black, red, pink and blue. 

If you have an imaging or communications news tip please emailGreg Scoblete.

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