Easy-Go Digital Video Camcorder (Inc 2GB SD Card) - £19.99 @ Maplins (Instore)
Easy-Go Digital Video Camcorder (Inc 2GB SD Card) - £19.99 @ Maplins (Instore)

Easy-Go Digital Video Camcorder (Inc 2GB SD Card) - £19.99 @ Maplins (Instore)

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Compact, pocket camcorder to record your memories in clear digital-format
Ideal for YouTube video creation
1.5-inch colour LCD preview screen
Up to 4x digital zoom
Built-in microphone
Accepts SD(HC) memory cards up to 32GB
Take still pictures up to 12MP (interpolated)
Use as a camcorder or still digital camera
Record in DVD quality (720 x 480), VGA (640 x 480) or QVGA (320 x 240) @ 30fps
Built-in LED light, ideal for use in darkened conditions
Requires 4 x AAA batteries
Includes: USB cable, AV cable, 2GB SD Card, 4xAAA batteries, hand strap & user guide
Weight: 140 g ( w/o batteries )

Please note that this product has been supplied in bulk, some of which will be "open box".

The Easy Go camera is a lightweight battery operated digital camcorder/camera that records video and pictures onto its built-in 32Mb flash memory and also the included 2GB memory card. With a 4-option digital zoom and a 1.5 inch colour LED screen the Easy Go camera is a great low cost camcorder for recording all your most entertaining (or embarrassing) moments while out and about.

The budget conscious price, including 2GB SD card and lightweight design, make this the perfect starter camcorder for budding young filmmakers, beginners and professionals alike, as a "rough and ready" camera for seasoned festival or party goers. At this price if you drop or break it you could just buy a new one!

We have provided some test footage taken using this particular camera which can be found in the "media" section of this page.


Got to be worth it for that money.

Rather than expire this thread I've reverted the title to show the product still available instore, at the price originally identified for instore in your thread. It is no longer available on the Maplin website.
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