Toshiba rolls out Camileo X200, X400 and X416 Camcorders

Toshiba rolls out Camileo X200, X400 and X416 Camcorders

Toshiba extends its Camileo camcorder line-up with three new additions which offer Full HD (1920 x 1080) video recording and are equipped with 3-inch swiveling LCD touchscreens, that will allow you on-screen video trimming and various other functions.

The cheapest of the trio, Camileo X200 is available now and will cost you $229.99, it packs 8MP CMOS sensor, capable of 16MP interpolated digital stills and offers 12x optical zoom, 20x advanced zoom and 60x digital zoom, built-in stereo microphone, SD/SDHC/SDXC expansion slots and Mini HDMI output.

The other two barrel-style camcorders, X416 and X400 feature 5MP Backside Illuminated(BSI)CMOS sensor, allowing 16 megapixel interpolated still photos and both model offer an impressive 23x optical zoom and 120x digital zoom, Electronic Image Stabilization, a built-in microphone jack, a HDMI, a SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot and wide variety of features, including slow-motion technology, time-lapse, a black and white filter and more.  The X416 model also includes 16GB internal storage and will be available for $319.99 on October 10, while the X400 model relies only on its card slot for storage and is now available for $279.99.

Toshiba CAMILEO X416 camcorder

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