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This Panasonic SDR-S7 SD Camcorder features 10x Optical Zoom & Quick start up (Black) - £170.99 delivered @ Jessops! To get this price use Discount code: CAMCORDER5

* The Panasonic SDR-S7 is designed to be a take-anywhere camcorder, being as small as a digital compact camera and having a quick startup time of just 0.6 seconds.

* 10x Optical Zoom: Brings your subject in close without needing to digitally zoom so retaining image quality.

* High Quality Widescreen and 2.7" LCD Display: Records at the same resolution as true 16:9 widescreen for high quality playback on your widescreen TV. The 2.7 inch LCD monitor is also in 16:9 wide format for a large full screen image that is easy to view.

* Pure Color Engine and MPEG 2 Enngine : The Pure Color Engine image processor separates out image information at an early stage for better colour reproduction especially on zoomed images. The MPEG 2 Engine uses variable bit rate technology and is designed to carefully monitor motion and therefore gives great precision and smoothness to action and sports scenes with complex motions.
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[COLOR=DarkSlateBlue]Additional Features[/COLOR]
Also included are the following functions for easier shooting:[LIST]
[*]Pre-Record Function- Rmembers the three seconds in a "buffer" before you press the record button, ensuring you don't miss the action
[*]Power LCD- Becomes brighter to help viewing in bright conditions
[*]Colour Night View- for recording down to 2 Lux illumination
[*]One-touch transfer to DVD burners
[*]Easy SD card viewing on any Panasonic Viera TV with an SD slot.[/LIST]
I'm not an expert on these things, but how does this compare with this.......

Toshiba has introduced the latest model in its Camileo range with the addition of the Camileo H10, that the company describes as "a portable and very affordable SD based HD camcorder".

With a palm-friendly design, the H10 is an SD card based high-definition digital video camera with 5x optical and 4x digital zoom, which is able to shoot footage at a resolution of 1280 x 720p.

All video is encoded in the H.264/MPEG4 format to the 64MB of integrated storage, although the device also supports up to 8GB SDHC cards, offering the ability to capture up to 4 additional hours of broadcast quality film at Toshiba's reckoning of approximately 30 minutes HD video per gigabyte of memory.

Weighing in at 340 grams, the Camileo H10 can operate as a digital still camera and features a 10-megapixel CCD image sensor. There is Night Mode for low-light shooting and various special effects on-board too.

The H10 has a 2.7-inch TFT LCD display, HDMI output, video stabilisation and motion detection. Available from the end of July 2008, it has a typical purchase price estimated at £179.99.

Available from LambdaTek for £163.14.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
what's the point of the 64MB integrated storage if it will be used in 60secs approx?

and when you go to edit the video, quality will be lost as you will be compressing it again
have this and use a 16gb sdhc card which will give you many hours at the highest settings. they say picture is dvd quality well its not but it is pretty good if all you want is decent video of the kids splashing about in the pool. where this comes into its own is the size and weight of the thing it is tiny and very light also with hardly any moving parts its hard to break (i have dropped this one a few times) when you see people lugging around video cameras ten times the size and weight compared to this you very quickly see the point
when you see people lugging around video cameras ten times the size and weight compared to this you very quickly see the point

Seconded, though I find the horizontal, barrel shape awkward to hold when filming. The pistol-grip style is easier to handle.

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