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Toshiba PX1506K Camileo S10 HD SD Camcorder £109.99

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This incredibly compact camcorder may be small enough to fit in your pocket but it can still produce high-quality Full HD video. Only 18mm thick and a lightweight 118g, the S10 is one of the most… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
This incredibly compact camcorder may be small enough to fit in your pocket but it can still produce high-quality Full HD video.

Only 18mm thick and a lightweight 118g, the S10 is one of the most compact camcorders around. This and the upright pistol grip design makes the camcorder very manuverable and makes filming feel comfortable and easy.


Records on to SD/SDHC Card
Full HD 1080p
2.5" LCD Display
5MP CMOS Sensor
Mini HDMI output

Specs

Battery Life Video Recording time: 2 hour 30 min / Playback time: 2 hour 35 min
Device Outputs HDMI/Mini USB2.0/ TV Out
Digital Zoom Digital Zoom 4X, (2X for 1080P)
Dimension (HxWxD) 100 x 57 x 17.9mm
Flash Memory 128MB Nand Flash Memory (Usable storage : Around 96MB)
High Definition Yes, up to 1080p
LCD Screen 2.5" LCD Display
Still Photo Recording High: 3200x2400 / Standard: 2592X1944 / Low : 2048x1536
Weight 87g without battery
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#2
This has been posted a few times, and it's been buried each time by the cold voters on the grounds that the camera is absolute crap. Check out the video reviews and see the quality it produces for yourself.

Also, it doesn't do full HD.
#3
Ok sorry all
#4
Have to disagree this camcorder is excellent. I purchased it for filming the kids. It is absolutely brilliant outside and in good light. The s10 is also the first of the compact cams to do full1080p which produces excellent strong colours! The only down side I have seen is that the camcorder suffers when trying to film in low light, but at the end of the day your only paying£100 for it. So you shouldn't be expecting the world. If that was the case then you should go look at the £400+ hdd 1080p camcorders. I honestly couldn't recommend this enough it's really nice n compact you get a raft of accessories Included with it. For the money is say you honestly can't beat it!
#5
Just to emphasise the toshiba s10 does do full 1080p!!!!!!!!
#6
dxx
This has been posted a few times, and it's been buried each time by the cold voters on the grounds that the camera is absolute crap. Check out the video reviews and see the quality it produces for yourself.

Also, it doesn't do full HD.


Don't post nonsense ;-) - if you'd looked at the link I posted earlier that deal was at 65 degrees and although people had posted that the camera was no good actual purchasers had given it conditionaly good reviews as has Frank below.

Yes it's not gonna be perfect - but for £100 what do you expect?

PC Pro 4/6 review here

Shooting footage outdoors, the S10's quality is nothing short of superb. It captures more detail than ... any other pocket video camera we've yet tested.

Move inside and the picture changes, however. Video footage is so badly affected by colour noise and graining that it's entirely unusable, which rules it out for use in anything but ideal lighting conditions.
#7
Crap Chinese make. Rebranded as Toshiba in UK.
#8
fullmoon
Crap Chinese make. Rebranded as Toshiba in UK.


Details would be good; however I've been looking at a few more reviews of the S10 - and am quite disappointed by thier comments on ergonomics and ease of use - I would be prepared to accept very poor low-light performance - but unfortunately there seem too many issues with this.

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