Toshiba Camileo X200
  1. The shots in low light I find not so bad as mentioned in some reports.
  2. Microphone connection and loudspeakers contrary to many reports!
  3. Videos in Full HD with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels just look better than HD movies with 720p.
  4. Of course, let’s reduce the high resolution in favor of memory requirements to 720p and simple VGA mode with 640 x 480 pixels.
  5. It is stored on commercially available SD (HC / XC) cards that are up to 128 GB in size. be allowed.
  6. At Maximalbestuckung one comes then to a continued recording time with 1.080p of scarcely 24 hours, whereby the Akku already before the service was acknowledged.
  7. This converts the images with the image processor in the H.264 / MPEG-4 format and delivers an excellent image quality, which must not hide even with single photos.
  8. The image information is taken by an autofocus lens with an initial light intensity of f / 3.1 and displayed directly on the display with high resolution.
  9. With the Camileo X200 you can optically zoom up to 20x in advanced mode at 1080p.
  10. However, one often uses the combination of optical and digital magnification, the latter works with 60x, which even very distant motives can still put into the picture well.
  11. The ports include the necessary HDMI port for playback and a USB port for data transfer to the computer – cables are included.
Toshiba Camileo X200
Toshiba Camileo X200
Toshiba Camileo X200

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The shots in low light I find not so bad as mentioned in some reports. Microphone connection and loudspeakers contrary to many reports! Videos in Full HD with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels just look better than HD movies with 720p. Of course, let's reduce the high resolution in favor...