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Toshiba Camileo S20 Camcorder - Silver £75.95 with code APRIL4 @ Zavvi
Toshiba Camileo S20 Camcorder - Silver £75.95 with code APRIL4 @ Zavvi

Toshiba Camileo S20 Camcorder - Silver £75.95 with code APRIL4 @ Zavvi

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seems a very good price for this camcorder

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he ultra-slim Camileo S20 is targeted at style conscious trendsetters searching for a light and easy-to-use camcorder.

The Camileo S20 captures videos in Full HD quality with 1920 x 1080 pixels and shows the viewfinder image on a rotatable 3" TFT display. They synchronize with laptops or TV sets via HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) or Mini USB 2.0, and Composite Video (PAL, NTSC). The device is able to capture videos in high quality, in nearly all lighting conditions, as the optimized night mode captures images as if they were taken in bright sunlight. The Camileo camcorder also serves as digital still camera and takes brilliant snapshots, with a resolution of 5-megapixel.

The Camileo S20 is one of the slimmest Full HD camcorders in the world. With its ultra slim form factor, stylish design, the Camileo S20 is the ultimate camcorder for style conscious customers.

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4 Comments

Good price but very average ]review.

Zavvi is not everyone's favourite either.

I owned one and bought from QVC for 90.00 last year.

It was great for video, but the sound sucked and you could not recored anything in the house at night, no matter what I trid, night mode ect. it still looked pixilated and dark and yellow.

I took it back,

Now looking for a TZ7 or Cannon SX200IS. To do both pics and vid.

I would go for this if anything

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paid £96 with the codes in the post, and this camcorder is 1080p HD, waterproof and is priced around £150 elsewhere

Hot deal though

the quick search and reviews I read where ok reviews, on-par with the Kodak Ki8, both got 7/10. none of these are going to be good with bad light, but then which cams are good in low light, talking £500 plus and even then they not brilliant.
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