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KFE camera records straight to XviD

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Wed March 28, 2007


KFE today delivered an alternative to typical DV cameras in the form of the EXEMODE DV528. Recording of VGA-quality video is accomplished using the more efficient XviD standard instead of MPEG-4 or DV, allowing the pocket-sized camera to capture larger amounts of video either to the 64MB of internal memory or to SD cards as large as 2GB. The 5-megapixel sensor will also take still shots at its native 38402880 resolution, while both movie and photo recording are helped by an 8X optical zoom lens. MP3 playback is added as a bonus, the company adds.

A release day and an accompanying price for the DV528 remain a mystery. It should be available soon to its home country of Japan and may ship elsewhere at a later date.

by MacNN Staff




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