Samson Zoom Q3HD Full HD pocket camera

Samson is offering a new portable camcorder, that is capable to record 1080p Full HD video in H.264 format and packs two condenser mics configured in a wide 120° X/Y pattern,  making your movies sound as if they “were recorded on a Hollywood soundstage.”


The pocket camcorder boasts five-megapixel CMOS sensor and allows 4x digital zoom. The condenser microphones can record 24-bit, 96kHz audio and the Q3HD also displays audio meters, allowing you to quickly monitor and set your levels. The recorder also has a 2.4-inch (320 x 240) display and icon-based user interface, a USB port for convenient download of the captured moments, HDMI and built-in reference speaker.

Samson Zoom Q3HD camcorder


The Zoom Q3HDis powered by two AA batteries, comes with HandyShare editing software and 2GB SD memory card for $299.

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