Flash Memory Camcorders

Dual Flash Memory Camcorder
Item Code: 2573B001


Main Unit Specs

Standard Definition or High DefinitionHigh Definition
Power Consumption3.9 W (SP Mode)
Image Sensor1/3.2" CMOS Sensor, RGB Primary Color Filter
Total PixelsApprox. 3.3 Megapixels
Effective PixelsMovies: Approx. 2.07 Megapixels (1920x1080)
Still image: Approx. 2.76 Megapixels (1920x1440)
Maximum recording Time16 GB Internal Flash Drive
LP (5 Mbps) 6 hours 5 min
SP (7 Mbps) 4 hours 45 min
XP+ (12 Mbps) 2 hours 50 min
FXP (17 Mbps) 2 hours 5 min -Allows 1920x1080 Full HD Recording
Greater Capacity is Possible by Adding an SDHC Memory Card.
LensZoom Ratio 12x Optical/200x Digital
Focal Length f=4.8 - 57 mm
Zoom Speed Variable/3 Fixed Zoom Speeds
Max. F/Stop f/1.8-3.0mm
Filter Size 37mm
Focusing SystemInstant AF, Through the Lens/Manual Focusing Possible
Manual ExposureYes
Programmed AEAuto, Program, Av, Tv, CINEMA, Portrait, Sports, Night, Snow, Beach, Sunset, Spotlight, Fireworks
Max Shutter Speed1/2000
1/500 (card)
Auto Date/TimeYes
Record Search/ReviewYes
Focusing System10 mm (wide)/1m (tele)
White BalanceDaylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H, Auto, Manual
Image StabilizationSuperRange Optical (lens shift)
LCD Screen2.7" Multi-Angle Vivid Widescreen LCD (Approx. 211,000 pixels)
Recording MediaInternal Flash Memory (16GB) or SD/SDHC Memory Card
Video Terminalcomponent (output), composite (output)
AudioDolby Digital 2ch (AC-3 2 ch)
Accessory Shoemini Advanced
Supplied Video Editing SoftwarePixela ImageMixer 3SE
HDMI TerminalType C 480i/480p/1080I Format Supported
Microphone Terminal3.5 mm Stereo Mini-jack
AV Mini Terminal/Headphone Terminal3.5 mm 4 pole Mini-jack
Dimensions(WxHxD) 2.9 x 2.5 x 5.1 in (73x64x129mm)
Weight (not including lens and battery pack)13.4 oz (380g)
1920 x 1080 movie recording requires a Class 4 or higher memory card. For other recording formats, a Class 2 or higher card is recommended. Also, movie recording requires cards with 128 MB of memory or more. Cards made by Toshiba, SanDisk or Matsushita are recommended. No particular restrictions apply for still images.