- No input for separate microphone. Small zoom range, zoom factor only: 7 times.
- Thanks to its special design, left-handers can easily serve it.
- So left-handed filmmakers can enjoy the same ease of use as right-handers.
- In response to handle positioning, the magnetic sensor in the HMX-Q10 detects the angle and rotates the LCD screen for easier viewing.
- The user can easily control the functions via the LCD screen.
- The HMX.Q10 records video in 1920×1080 / 60i Full HD format.
- Technical equipmentWith a weight of about 230 grams, the HMX-Q10 presents itself in the usual construction length of 120 millimeters.
- For the particularly good picture quality the Schneider-Kreuznach lens is partly responsible and offers a very good light intensity.
- In the wide angle at 38.3 millimeters corresponding to the small picture format you can record with the front panel F1,8.
- The 10x optical zoom extends the focal length to 383 millimeters in the telephoto with an aperture of F2.5.
- If this is not enough, you can double the focal length with the digital zoom.
- For a quiet Motivfuhrung and shake-free recordings provides a very effective image stabilizer.
- The 2.7-inch display with touch screen function loosens with just 230,000 pixels.
- In strong sunlight, the recognition of the subject is much more difficult.
- For connecting external devices you can use mini HDMI, USB 2.0 and AV output.
- Video recordingThe Full HD recording is done with 50 fields and only at 720p can be taken 50 frames.
- The image quality exceeds even the more expensive H300 of the manufacturer, but you have to accept the sound quality decent drawdowns.
- The videos are stored as MP4 file on the memory cards – photos as JPEG.
- The device is equipped with the so-called switch-grip function, which adjusts the image orientation on the display automatically depending on the shooting situation.
- Not so with the HMXQ 10 from Samsung: The device can namely adjust the image orientation automatically, as soon as the shooting angle is changed.
- In addition, it scores with a high-speed 10x optical zoom lens as well as with a dual image stabilizer, which effectively reduces the disturbing blurring of free hand shots not only by short shutter speeds, but also by movements of the lens elements in the lens.
- Another highlight is the trend-setting BSI sensor, whose diodes are illuminated from the back and therefore can collect almost 40 percent more light than conventional CMOS chips.
- Although this technology was already developed in late 2008 by the US company Omnivision.
- To date, however, chips have not been widely used in consumer electronics devices.
- In this country, the device will be available in March 2011 in silver and titanium.
- How much the manufacturer will ask for the model is not yet clear.
- The special feature of the Q 10 is its design: it can be held with the right and left hand.
- To do this, the filmmaker turns it 180 degrees – and the control image on the LCD swirls with.
- The ring-shaped zoom rocker at the rear further supports this variability.
- The classically built H 300 is based on the predecessor H 200, but is more compact.
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