Genius G-Shot HD520 pocket-size HD Digital Video Camera

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Genius introduces their $150 HD capable camcorder, weighing under 6-ozs,  the Genius G-Shot HD520 offers 11-megapixel stills and HD video with H.264 compression format.

This compact, pocket-size high-definition digital video camera is capable to  capture both high-resolution stills (at 11-megapixels) and high-definition video (at 5-megapixel in MPEG-4/H.264 format) , has  an ultra-bright 2.5″ LTPS LCD screen that can rotate up to 270-degrees to allow users to shoot videos from any angle or position, compatible with Windows (Vista/XP/2000) and Mac (OS10 or higher).

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The G-Shot HD520 comes equipped with Face Detection to track and detect faces accurately as well as Electronic Image Stabilizers (EIS) to detect and correct hand-shaking when shooting photos. The handheld camcorder has a built-in memory of 32MB and supports additional HCSD memory up to 8GB. The G-Shot easily outputs to today’s high-resolution flat-panel televisions using the included HDMI cable for theatre-like viewing or video and photos can be easily uploaded to a computer for digital editing, archiving or sharing with friends.  It is also capable listening to music, reading e-books, playing voice recordings, and it can also be used as a portable media player.

Source: Genius

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