Kodak ZX1 Video
Kodak ZX1 Video Transcript
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>> What's up guys, Brian Tong here at CES 2009, here with the Kodak Zx1. Now, mini camcorders that fit in your pocket are extremely popular, just like this one. But there's a lot of things that this does to separate itself from the pack. Now, first of all, this is an HD mini camcorder. It records at 720P at 60 frames per second. That's the first in its class to do this. Now another thing, this is the first weather resistant mini camcorder. So let's say you're in the rain, in the mud, it'll withstand -- now, you don't want to submerge this guy under water though. That's not what it's made for. Another thing, this does support up to 32 gigs with an SD card, and that gives you 10 hours of HD video content. So you can expect to find these guys out in spring. They're gonna retail for 149. Another few cool bells and whistles is that it does come in the package with an HDMI cable so that you can connect it directly to your TV. Another thing, it is optional, but you can get a remote accessory so while this is plugged into your TV, you don't have to reach and grab the Zx1. You can just use this remote to do that. All right, this also has a two-inch viewfinder so you can see all your images really clearly. So there you have it, a first look at a great pocket camcorder, the Kodak Zx1. ^M00:01:12 [ Music ]
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