Genius G-Shot HD500 pocket size camcorder

G-ShotHD500The Genius G-Shot HD500 is a very competitive 5.0 mega pixel mini pocket size camcorder. You can record high definition video (recorded at 30 fps/1280 x 720 pixels) and the movie clip can be shown on a HDTV using the HDMI cable for ultra fast transfer of HD image and audio data.
The 5MP sensor can capture photos which can be interpolated to 11MP for sharp and outstanding photos. Use the movie stabilization feature to reduce hand shaking when you shoot a video without a tripod. Motion Detection can be used as simple security when you are not there, and the LED light is great in low light conditions, for longer exposure to capture a subject. G-Shot HD500 also be used as a MP3 player, voice recorder, web camera and card reader.

Genius G-ShotHD500

The CD ROM includes ArcSoft MediaImpression so you can easily upload your favorite videos to YouTube and share them with family and friends.

Key features:

  • 5MP digital video camera, record at 30fps/1280 x 720P and output to HD TV via the included HDMI cable.
  • AVI/H.264 format.
  • 8X digital zoom, allows you to zoom in and out during video recording.
  • 2.4” TFT color display.
  • Video stabilization prevents any hand shaking when taking videos.
  • Motion Detection.
  • Two AA Alkaline batteries

Source: Genius

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