Olympus LS-20M PCM Recorder offers HD video recording

Olympus LS-20M PCM Recorder offers HD video recording

Olympus rolls out an alternative solution for those that use a voice recorders, their newest product is capable of capturing 1080p HD videos while recording 24 bit/96 hHz Linear PCM stereo sound.

Olympus LS-20M recorder is armed with 4.1mm (16:9 at 49mm, 4:3 at 59mm) autofocus lens with 4x digital zoom and two condenser mics, located on top of the device, for simply point&shoot&record. It is equipped and with 2.0-inch color LCD, plus a 1.46-inch LCD data screen that displays time, audio levels and battery life.

Along with the Full HD format, the LS-20M can record at 720p (30fps) or standard-definition (640×480 at 30fps) in AVCHD/MPEG-4 (MOV) format and audio can be captured also in WAV or MP3 format with auto or manual recording levels and noise cancellation. It comes with a 2GB SD card, a rechargeable Lithium ion battery, and a USB cable.

 

There’s also four Magic Movie special effects rock, sketch, pinhole and pop, to to create more exciting videos. It will be available in June 2011 for $299.99.

Olympus LS-20M PCM recorder

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