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Samsung HMX-Q10
Mark Peters : January 3th 2011 - 22:22 CET
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SamsungSamsung HMX-Q10 camcorder : Samsung announced the launch of the latest model in its camcorder portfolio, the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder. The new Samsung HMX-Q10 has been designed to highlight Samsung’s full HD camcorder technology with a BSI CMOS sensor, and makes recording movies easier than ever before, using ground-breaking technology and smart features such as its innovative Switch Grip technology. As a new addition to the Samsung line-up for 2011, the HMX-Q10’s Easy Operation and Smart Access user interface (UI) makes Samsung’s innovations in video capture more accessible than ever, allowing everyone to record excellent quality video.
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The new Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder also features a prominently placed record button that makes capturing video extremely simple, and straightforward. The slim and durable body also means that the Samsung HMX-Q10 video camera is compact and light enough to be taken anywhere, and the product is so versatile it can also double as a 4.9 Megapixel (MP) still photo camera. The Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder sets the tone for the Samsung 2011 camcorder range, and raises the bar for affordable and easy-to-use camcorders built on the latest cutting-edge technology. The camcorder is the product of years of Samsung expertise in digital imaging, and is based on detailed customer insight research, revealing that simplicity and affordability are a key priority for an increasing number of camcorder users.

Samsung HMX-Q10

Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder
“The launch of the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder is particularly important for us as it is one of the best demonstrations of Samsung’s continuing innovation, providing high performing features and design in a model that makes the best camcorder experience available to all our customers,” said Mr. Hyunho Chung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Digital Imaging Business, Samsung Electronics. “For example, we have developed the world’s first Switch Grip technology so that the HMX-Q10 adapts to the consumer’s lifestyle and setting – not the other way around. In addition, Easy Operation via the LCD and Smart Access UI takes the confusion out of recording, so that you can instantly record brilliant movies from the very first time you pick up the camcorder without the need for an instruction manual.”

Samsung camcorder with Switch Grip technology
As a brand-new addition to the Samsung camcorder portfolio, the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder is built around the needs of the consumer who wants to capture their movies without fuss or complication. Samsung has developed the world’s first Switch Grip technology, which ensures that when filming, the LCD screen adapts to how the camcorder body is being held. Whether you are left- or right-handed, shooting in difficult positions or combining recording film with other activities, you can always maintain perfect control over your video. The body of the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder has also been streamlined and made more compact so it can easily be carried anywhere.

Samsung HMX-Q10

Samsung HMX-Q10 features
The Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder includes a brand new Easy Operation and Smart Access UI that makes using the camcorder easier to use than ever before. Featuring an intuitive and clearly visible record button, the Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder offers the best and most convenient operating system on the market, as it eliminates the need to have many separate buttons and keys to control the camcorder. Easy Operation via the 2.7” wide LCD screen allows the user to perform a variety of functions, including a pause function allowing you to stop and work out the best angle for your recording experience, the ability to turn the camcorder on and off, and playback mode so users can immediately review their footage. The camcorder’s intuitive Smart Access UI feature grants users the opportunity to operate the camcorder’s advanced functions and manage detailed processes with ease.

High-quality camcorder
The Samsung HMX-Q10 camcorder is based on quality components and functions to help consumers capture brilliant, clear videos in astonishing quality, effortlessly and regardless of the situation. The new Samsung HMX-Q10 video camera captures video in 1920x1080/60i full HD, and includes an OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) Duo system to compensate for hand-shaking better than ever before, creating a stable, clear video every time - even when walking or moving around. The HMX-Q10’s features also include a 5 Megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, which records with twice the sensitivity of normal CMOS sensors, dramatically reducing noise and distortion while also enhancing recording quality in low-light conditions, so great quality video can be captured in any situation.




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