Samsung HMX-Q10 HD camcorder flips screen automatically

Samsung Electronics rolls out a new digital camcorder which features the Switch Grip technology with G-magnetic sensor inside that turns the LCD display automatically, allowing you to recording easily from any angle.

The compact Samsung HMX-Q10 has dimensions of 43.7 x 53.3 x 119.4 mm and makes use of a 5 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor,  capable of shooting 1920×1080/60i or 720p HD videos and 4.9-megapixel still photos. It is equipped with Schneider-Kreuznach Varioplan 10x optical zoom lens with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) to compensate for hand-shaking, 2.7-inch touchscreen with Smart Access user interface (UI) which allows you to turn the camcorder on and off and operate the playback function easily through the LCD screen.

Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder

The HMX-Q10’s features also include Samsung’s Smart Auto scene recognition technology, Face detection, Art Film function,  as well plenty of  Manual Mode setting (White Balance, Exposure Values, Backlighting, Self Timer, and C.Nite), and also include an SD/SDHC card slot, and USB and HDMI connectors. The Samsung HMX-Q10 will arrive in February 2011, priced at $299.

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