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- Sakar 32492 Kidz Digital Camcorder Pink
- Also Takes Digital Photos
- Watch Video on TV Directly With TV In/Out
- Swivel 1.4 Inch TFT Preview Screen/With Built-in Microphone
- Digital Concepts Micro Digital Camcorder - Pink
PC Accessory (Sakar International, Inc.)
- 16 MB internal SD RAM memory USB 1.1 interface Built-in USB connector Can be used as a Webcam
- Operates on two AAA batteries (not included)
- Digital Camera and Camcorder in one 0.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor Flip out window viewfinder
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- Video Genie Software
- 1.5 Inch TFT Preview Screen
- Built in Microphone
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- Great value
- Recommended Age Rating is 3 Years and up
- Each roll is 25 yds long
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- Features include Story Maker
- CIF Resolution - KIDZ CAM
- Includes Show & Share Photo Project Software
Digital Concepts Cyber Gear Camcorder on sale at Argos - Kids ...
• Requires 3 x AA batteries (these are not included, you’ll have to get them separately)
Even at full price, the Cyber Gear camcorder is extremely cheap for a video camera, making it an ideal purchase for older children and teenagers. The recommend age for this product is 6 and over.
Customers have rated this product highly, praising its ease of use and enjoyment factor. So far, the consensus has been that an older child should have no problems working out how to record and add fun special effects, and connecting it up to the television makes it incredibly easy to play back their amateur film making efforts. Noone has mentioned the picture quality it the reviews I have read, but I suspect (at that price) it doesn’t compare too favourably to a “normal” video camera but is fine for a children’s toy.
As well as being available on Argos, the Digital Concepts Cyber Gear camcorder can also be found at John Lewis. The retail price there is £44.95, and they have it available in pink and blue.
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HDD Interviews Cast & Crew of 'JAWS' About the Blu-ray Restoration and ...
By Michael S. Palmer
To celebrate the August 14th Blu-ray release of Steven Spielberg's horror classic, 'JAWS' , Universal invited High-Def Digest to the Universal Studios backlot in Burbank, California to chat with the film's co-writer and production designer, the producer of a Blu-ray exclusive documentary, and a Universal executive who oversaw the film's 35mm restoration alongside Steven Spielberg himself.
One of the most anticipated Blu-ray releases in the format's history, 'JAWS' is part of Universal's 100th Anniversay celebration, and is one of thirteen 2012 Blu-ray releases to receive a full film-resolution restoration (more on that in a minute). Interviews were conducted along the route of Universal's famous tram tour, so every five minutes, a new tram teaming with tourists pulled behind the four interview subjects and, to the screaming delight of everyone involved, the dock exploded in a roar of fire as a mechanical shark rose up to attack anyone with a camcorder.