Kodak Zx1 - High Definition Pocket Video Camera - Black £49.99 delivered at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Shoots 720p high definition video
Pocket-Size, weather-resistant design
Storage 128 MB internal memory with SD/SDHC card expansion lot
Easily edit, create and upload to YouTube with built-in software
Record direct to SD/SDHC memory card (approx 20 min. recording per 1 GB at HD 30 fps).
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#1
Not a bad price, but glad I got mine from Amazon about a month ago at £39.
#2
It's been this price for ages at amazon, and was £40 with a free case for a few weeks (and widely available) and from Currys (very limited) for under £20.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/698738/kodak-zx1-hd-video-camera-black-ins
#3
winstonmanc
It's been this price for ages at amazon, and was £40 with a free case for a few weeks (and widely available) and from Currys (very limited) for under £20.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/698738/kodak-zx1-hd-video-camera-black-ins


Agreed,

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#4
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/69873...mera-black-ins

Do they have lots of stock available ? I want to get one for under 20.
#5
Anyone own this and able to give an honest review? All the ones online are mixed, and some seem to be full of lies just so they sell better on their sites. My Curry's and PC World don't seem to have it in stock either, so this offer is the next best one... Just want to know if it is actually worth £50 or not. Thanks in advance!
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I got one of these, for motorsport use, 60fps videos in 720p HD.

I'll be honest, its a bit heavier when batteries are in that i originally thought, i immediately did a firmware update as the sound quality was poor. Used a 16gb Sandisk Class 6 SHDC card.

Its compact, responsive, excellent quality, no jitters or jumps in the footage. I've seen peoples reviews about battery life, to be honest, i never use rechargeables in devices like these, as they have a lower voltage to begin with, 1.2 volts vs the normal 1.5.

You can even use it as live footage while conencted through HDMI, sort of like a live camer, i thought this would be useful for the odd occasion. Playback through the HDMI port is also faultless and good quality.

So far, ived used it in all weather, cold/hot. It is very quick at changing its iris, it does struggle in really low light with its frames per second, but under normal use, daylight, dusk and bright sunlight, its excellent.

I got it for 39.99 recently in the last PCWorld offer, and for that price i am very happy. I would say its well worth £50 even.

Hope this helps.
#7
flashbsd
I got one of these, for motorsport use, 60fps videos in 720p HD.

I'll be honest, its a bit heavier when batteries are in that i originally thought, i immediately did a firmware update as the sound quality was poor. Used a 16gb Sandisk Class 6 SHDC card.

Its compact, responsive, excellent quality, no jitters or jumps in the footage. I've seen peoples reviews about battery life, to be honest, i never use rechargeables in devices like these, as they have a lower voltage to begin with, 1.2 volts vs the normal 1.5.

You can even use it as live footage while conencted through HDMI, sort of like a live camer, i thought this would be useful for the odd occasion. Playback through the HDMI port is also faultless and good quality.

So far, ived used it in all weather, cold/hot. It is very quick at changing its iris, it does struggle in really low light with its frames per second, but under normal use, daylight, dusk and bright sunlight, its excellent.

I got it for 39.99 recently in the last PCWorld offer, and for that price i am very happy. I would say its well worth £50 even.

Hope this helps.


Thanks for that buddy. I only really want it for doing the odd Youtube update, and to occassionally record my niece being a monkey! Thanks again for the info. Helped me make my mind up. Gave you some rep :thumbsup:

Thanks to the OP aswell. Not that it'll make much difference to the current rating, but I gave you some heat and rep. For those who either can't get to a Currys/PC World, or they've just simply sold out, then this is the next best deal for it! So many thanks :)
#8
So I ended up ordering this last night, and just as I'd added it to my basket I noticed they were offering the £7.31 silicone case for free if you bought them both together... So I suppose that's somewhat of a bonus with this deal.
#9
SooperNoodles
So I ended up ordering this last night, and just as I'd added it to my basket I noticed they were offering the £7.31 silicone case for free if you bought them both together... So I suppose that's somewhat of a bonus with this deal.


You also got the free case when it was £40 at amazon. I got one then. It is worth £40. Probably £50 too. We use it for videoing the kids, and it works fine indoors and out in daylight hours. I tried it in the evening indoors, and it is not great. Sound is good when the kids are 4-5 metres away. You have to stand back quite a bit, since the lens is not very wide angle. I'd prefer to be able to go a bit wider, but you can step back a bit (although sound recording does drop off a bit the further you go). I'd also advise a tripod if you don't want jumpy videos. We've watched videos back on a 36" HDTV, and they are great quality. Significantly better than watching a VGA video.
#10
winstonmanc
You also got the free case when it was £40 at amazon. I got one then. It is worth £40. Probably £50 too. We use it for videoing the kids, and it works fine indoors and out in daylight hours. I tried it in the evening indoors, and it is not great. Sound is good when the kids are 4-5 metres away. You have to stand back quite a bit, since the lens is not very wide angle. I'd prefer to be able to go a bit wider, but you can step back a bit (although sound recording does drop off a bit the further you go). I'd also advise a tripod if you don't want jumpy videos. We've watched videos back on a 36" HDTV, and they are great quality. Significantly better than watching a VGA video.


It is worth £40. Probably £50 too. then why vote cold

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