Ridgefield Park, N.J. - Samsung has introduced a FullHD camcorder with a 20-degree slanted lens that makes it more comfortable for videographers.
The FullHD HMX-T10 features a 20-degree slanted lens "that ensures that the user can truly enjoy their recording experience without any discomfort to their arm or wrist, a common occurrence in standard camcorders currently on the market," Samsung said.
The HMX-T10, said to be portable and simple to use, is sized at 2.13 inches by 2.22 inches by 4.53 inches. It has a 2.7-inch touchscreen LCD, the ability to capture still images and video footage at the same time, and has smart OIS image stabilization.
SangJin Park, president of Samsung digital imaging business, Samsung Electronics, said. "The HMX-T10's convenient features such as the 20-degree Slanted Lens, perfectly encapsulates the innovative and easy-to-use nature of our camcorder range, as well as our aim to remain at the cutting edge of innovation and design."
Shipping this month, the suggested retail is $299.
Among other features are:
Sensor: 5.1M BSI CMOS
Video resolution: 1,920 by 1,080/60i
Photo resolution: 4.7 megapixels
Image stabilization: OIS
Storage: SD/SDHC slot