All is needed is to plug the mini camcorder in an USB port from a computer for a menu to pop-up where it’s easily possible to select where the videos will be published either online or offline. Its size, not really bigger than a cellphone, should make it ideal for transport.
Included in the bundle is an S-Video cord to connect this gadget to any television as long as it have the corresponding port. Otherwise, there’s a composite one. The DXG-567V is fueled by a pair of rechargeable AA batteries. Please note the maximum speed that can be achieved is 30 frames per second while recording. The last but not least feature of this gadget is the built-in ArcSoft TotalMedia Extreme software that enables the consumer to quickly edit, create and watch videos without having to use popular and costly software on computer like Adobe Premiere.
The DXG-567V camera is available at certain retailers in the United States for the sum of $179. Here’s a quick yet not exhaustive list : Circuit City, Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Amazon and Target.
Michael Bertiaux [July 29, 2008]
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