Toshiba unveils CAMILEO BW10 Waterproof Sportcam

Toshiba Europe has unveiled their first weather and waterproof camcorder – CAMILEO BW10 sportcam. The BW10 measures 22 mm x 55 mm x 107 mm and weighs 114g, has a rubber cover, which protect it from mechanical shocks, dust and sand and is waterproof up to two meters.

Targeted towards sport people, the CAMILEO BW10 offers 5 megapixel CMOS image sensor, 2-inch LCD monitor, 10x digital zoom, capable to shoots 1080p/30fps videos, maximum sensitivity of ISO 1600, HDMI and  USB 2.0 for connectivity and supports SD / SDHC / SDXC up to 64 GB cards. You will also get a functions like: Video stabilisation, face detection and with bundled CAMILEO Uploader software you can also easily transfer videos to YouTubeTM by the push of a button. Take it to on your summer holiday.

Toshiba CAMILEO BW10 Waterproof Sportcam

The sportcam will be available in the second quarter of 2010 throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa in yellow, turquoise and silver colours for $185.

Toshiba Camileo BW10

Camileo BW10

Camileo BW10

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