Flip Video Ultra High Definition Camcorder With 8GB Memory - Black - £119.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This is some price for the 8GB version of the Flip Mino HD pocket camcorder.

I have the 4gb version which is actually retailing at more than the (slightly chunkier) 8gb version.

You can also get the chrome versino of the 4gb model for the same price as this 8gb version.

The Worlds Simplest HD Camcorder

The Flip UltraHD camcorder combines Flip Videos signature shoot-and-share simplicity with the power of vivid, vibrant HD video. UltraHD could not be easier to use: just power on and press record, and youll be capturing high-quality HD video in seconds.

Flip Ultra Highlights
Ultra-Spontaneous, Ultra-Fun
UltraHD features 120 minutes of record time and an included rechargeable battery pack, so youll never miss another minute of video again. And because its ultra-portable, UltraHD lets you capture spontaneous video anytime, anywhere. Whether its a lazy afternoon in the park; a family vacation; or simply an unplanned, everyday event, your UltraHD will be charged and ready to go. So you never have to say, "You should have been there."

Stunning HD Video
While it may be small, UltraHD produces stunning HD 720p video that will look crisp and clear on your HDTV. Flip camcorders are known for high-quality video, and UltraHD combines that signature Flip quality with the latest in HD technology. Its 8 GB of built-in memory lets you capture 120 minutes of brilliant HD video, even in low-light situations. Plus, premier AAC audio means your videos will sound clearer than ever, too. And included HDMI output makes it easy to enjoy your videos on your HDTV.

Pre-Installed FlipShare Software
UltraHD comes equipped with FlipShare, Flip Videos video-sharing solution. FlipShare launches instantly the first time you connect to your computer. Featuring an intuitive drag-and-drop interface thats as easy to use as the camcorder itself, FlipShare lets you:
FlipShare software helps you upload, edit and manage videos with ease

Save and Organize: Watch your videos on your computer whenever you want, and create your own folders to organize your videos, or simply use the automatic date-stamp system.

Publish Online: Upload your videos instantly to YouTube, MySpace, and many other websites, all with the click of a button. Its never been this easy to share your videos online!

Email Videos: Send your videos privately, and select from a wide assortment of included greeting cards to personalize your message. In fact, Flip will let you email a link to your video (rather than a big file) to your family and friends, making it even easier to share your video.

Edit and Create Movies: Edit individual clips and create custom movies--complete with your favorite music. FlipShare even lets you capture snapshots (still images) from your videos.

Box Contains

* Flip UltraHD Camcorder
* Flip Video AA rechargeable battery pack
* Wrist strap
* Soft carrying case
* Quickstart guide
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Nice price but are these actually any good? Does anyone know how they compare to a regular mini DV camcorder?
Nice price but are these actually any good? Does anyone know how they compare to a regular mini DV camcorder?

If it has a CMOS sensor, then it WILL be poor in low light eg. indoors.

I have been looking for a cheap one that will not suffer this problem, but have now given up, as I want one that will be usable indoors, without loads of extra lighting like in the early days of Video cameras, and will have to wait until CCD cameras come lower in price.
This type is good outdoors, but I don't want movies of landscapes, I use a stills camera for that, I want movies of things like people & pets, and about 90% of that will be indoors: family events & parties that sort of thing! :-(

A recent poster on another similar camera linked the information which explains WHY CMOS cameras have this problem. http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/question362.htm it will be easy enough to find a lot more info on Google.

CCD cameras don't have the low light problem, unfortunately they are not in this price bracket :-(
I've owned the the Flip Mino HD since spring and am generally impressed with it.

Fantastically easy to use, quick start-up time (2 secs)
Ridiculously portable - it weighs 93g
Well made and sturdy
Good support - Pure is now owned by networks giant Cisco.
Picture quality is generally good, sometimes excellent on sunny days (sunlight is HDs best friend)
The fixed focus lens is well judged, and shouldnt undermine the end results in most cases

No image stabilization, so a steady hand is needed all the time
Viewing screen is a bit small, but not annoyingly so
Its so small you could lose it easily.

I generally plug mine into PS3 USB port to view the results, before transferring onto a NAS. Havent got round to doing anything creative with all the footage yet, but will do when I have more time. It was bought to capture family and children growing up, which its very good at. Lots of great holiday footage.

Yeah, a CCD based camera will give better visuals, but who wants to be the berk at the family event shoving that in peoples faces. The Flip causes very little irritation to its subjects I've found, because its not taken that seriously, so you get more interesting footage as a result. You can have all the resolution you like, but if everyone looks ****** off and cant relax with a 20x optical zoom buzzing at them all the time, the end results will be rubbish anyway.

Useful review of Mino HD here
Sulphur Man;7164231

Yeah, a CCD based camera will give better visuals, but who wants to be the berk at the family event shoving that in peoples faces.

Clealry a lot of people, that's probably why there are so many blooper programs n TV showing just those situations. It was just the same when the very first video cameras appeared on Video 8 and on VHS-C, then they came with a powerful light that DID "kill the party"

I would suggest not many video cameras ever get used for much else, low light videos is pretty much the content on much of what I see on Youtube too... apart from people demonstrating how good their cheap cameras are at taking videos of the blistering sunny Nevada desert!

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