Toshiba launches Camileo P100 and B10 portable Full HD camcorders

Toshiba launches Camileo P100 and B10 portable Full HD camcorders

Both new portable camcorders can shoot full HD 1080p videos and 16 megapixel stills, and offer a host of features that include motion detection, time-lapse, face tracking and webcam mode.

The pistol-shaped CAMILEO P100 boasts an 8 megapixel CMOS sensor, 5x optical zoom and 8x advanced zoom in camcorder mode, a 3-inch swiveling touchscreen, a mini HDMI output, a mini USB 2.0 port and SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot. The camera also includes pause recording that allows the user to pause and resume during recording, creating one continuous file instead of multiple files for easier uploads to social networking sites. Other features include Face tracking, Motion Detection, Slow Motion, Time Lapse, Pre-Record and a special button for easy uploads to YouTube, Facebook, Picasa and Twitvid. The P100 is available now for $179.99

The Camileo B10 model has candy bar shape,  weighs a mere 3.0 ounces and is equipped with 5MP CMOS Sensor and two-inch diagonal LCD screen on the back. It also offers 5x optical zoom and 16x digital zoom, a mini HDMI and mini USB 2.0 ports, an SD card slot, and fast Internet upload button,. This pocket-friendly camcorder can be yours for $119.99.

Toshiba Camileo B10

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