Vernon, Calif. -
, introduced Wednesday its new value-focused three-model "Flick" digital pocket camcorder line.
Models include the NDC-400 ($20 suggested retail), NDC-401 ($25), and the NDC-402 ($30) HD 720p-capable model. All are slated to begin shipping in February.
The products were said to have been designed "to create videos for YouTube and other social networking sites."
The company will show the video cameras at International CES, Jan. 6-9, in Las Vegas.
All three models will be introduced at the 2011 CES in Las Vegas.
The NDC-400 features a 1.44-inch TFT LCD "pop-up" screen, 1.3 megapixel still camera capability, 4x digital zoom, 640 by 480/30fps video resolution in AVI file format (with motion JPEG codec). Images are stored to SD/SDHC memory cards with a top capacity of 16GB. It also includes a built-in speaker, built-in microphone and ArcSoft Media Impression software.
A USB 2.0 high-speed plug connects the camera to a PC for data transfer. It is powered by two AA batteries (not included).
The NDC-401 steps up to a 2-inch TFT LCD screen, and the NDC-402 HD Digital Pocket Camcorder adds a 2-inch TFT LCD screen, 5 megapixel still camera, 4x digital zoom, built-in HDMI port, 720p (1,280 by 720/30fps) HD video capture to AVI with an XviD codec; 64MB of built-in flash memory and a SD memory card slot with up to 16GB capacity. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery.