Toshiba Camileo S10 1080p High Definition Camcorder £99.97 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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The high def 1080p Toshiba Camileo s10 is being sold for about £145 at amazon and pixmania. Sleek and pocket sized . Look up and you will even get upto £10 worth tesco direct vouchers.
This is available instrore as well
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#1
Thanks for the tip. I have updated it
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Aparently if you use code TD-JKYR you can get a further £15 off this price making it £84.97!
#3
Nice find, if I could afford one right now I'd have it :)
#4
errolevans
Aparently if you use code TD-JKYR you can get a further £15 off this price making it £84.97!


Can confirm that works
#5
Cold, on the grounds that although it's a good saving on the camera, reviews of the low-end of Toshiba's Camileo range have shown these cameras up to be ghastly. The problem basically is, these cameras are nothing to do with Toshiba. They're designed and made by some 7Chinese company and then just rebranded. They're sold pretty much entirely on their specs and low prices. Microphone quality is poor, image quality is generally shockingly bad, and I don't think these are full HD, either. It's 1080P, but with a horizontal resolution of 1440 or something like that, rather than 1920 as it should be.


Have a serious scope around for impartial reviews before spending the cash on this.
#6
Sounds good but "awful low light performance makes it largely impractical" .

See review : http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/256702/toshiba-camileo-s10.html
#7
i was tempted for a min ... ""card was out"" until i read the pc pro review.


anyone know of a similar unit thats good in low light . im off to t in the park . this would have been perfect if the low light recording had been good.
#8
[QUOTE=dxx]Cold, on the grounds that although it's a good saving on the camera, reviews of the low-end of Toshiba's Camileo range have shown these cameras up to be ghastly. )))

I bought one and used it couple of times. I do have another good quality sony camcorder but I bought this one to use it as an in-pocket camcorder. The video quality is very good when played on my 40' high def TV. The still image quality is also acceptable.

You can not expect to have all those high qualities and features for such a low budget camera. The main attraction to this camera is that you can keep it in your pocket
#9
errolevans;5541894
Aparently if you use code TD-JKYR you can get a further £15 off this price making it £84.97!

Thanks.:thumbsup: and to the OP.
#10
Jefft
Thanks.:thumbsup: and to the OP.



That code works on all photo and printing purchases over £80 so can be used on other camcorder deals too. :thumbsup: heat added
#11
Don't forget Quidco!
#12
Well, for 85 quid I don't mind taking a punt for the daughter's birthday present. Will give her a first shot at 'camcording' and I can keep an eye on her by spying on what she sticks on youtube, lol!
#13
How many Megapixels is this and is it newer then the Toshiba Camileo Pro HD model? :thinking:

Thanks
#14
Heat and rep on this.

85 quid (after tesco 15 off code) for a HD camera is quite a good deal.

After reading a multitude of good reviews and some bad (limitations in low light, bit choppy unless you hold steady and cack zoom) I've ordered one to give it a go myself.

Thanks
#15
Just thought I'd circle back and update....

*Looks great, very slim and fits neatly in the pocket
*Connectivity (HDMI to TV, SD card, Youtube) pretty neat
*HD 1020 picture off a tripod is superb
*Found no real difference indoors vs outdoors

But...

*Move the thing around and the picture massively looses sharpness (inc 720p wi/ stabilization turned on). Not so visible when played back on my desktop, but irritatingly obvious when plugged into my hi-def flat screen.
*Sound recording very poor. Picks up the filmer rather than the subject 2m away.
*Casing felt a little cheap; not certain about durability
*The digital zoom 'judders' in all resolution modes

Think if you were looking to still mount this thing somewhere then it'd be ideal, and a good deal.

But as a mobile capture device I dont think it works. Mines going back.....;-)
#16
How does this compare to the H10 that's on offer at play? It seems to be higher spec and a lot thinner too. Clearly they're not that great but how do they compare with other pocket HD cams like the flip/kodak etc?

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