Tag - Camileo
Toshiba has introduced a new action camera to its line of Camileo camcorders. The Camileo X-Sports houses a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor that can record Full HD resolution video at 60 frames per second, as well as taking photos while recording video, at set time intervals, or in a burst mode, housed inside a case that can withstand drops from as high as five feet.
Toshiba has launched the two new HD video cameras it showed at IFA last month, the Camileo X200 and Camileo X400. Both feature full HD recording with electronic image stabilization, a 3-inch touchscreen, and have HDMI-out. They also have on-camera editing and take 16MP (interpolated) stills. Onboard storage is 128MB, some of which is occupied by firmware, but can be expanded up to 128GB by a SD/SDHC/SDXC card.
Toshiba UK is making more product debuts at IFA, this time with three new camcorders. They include the tiny Camileo Clip and the larger Camileo X200 and Camileo X400. All three shoot 1080p HD video and can take still images. There is no built-in memory, with all relying on SD cards (microSD in the Clip).
Toshiba on Tuesday exported a pair of its Camileo camcorders to the US. The B10 and P100 both have 16-megapixel sensors that can shoot both native-size still images as well as 1080p videos. Either supports face-tracking autofocus, motion detection for the security minded, time-lapse photography, and support for working as a USB webcam.
Toshiba picked an unusual Wednesday night introduction for a new pocket camcorder. Its Camileo BW10 is its first waterproof video camera and can submerge in up to 6.5 feet of water. The BW10 is said to be rugged above ground as well, although Toshiba hasn't said whether there's any extra dust- or shockproofing.
Toshiba at CES brought two lineups to the US for the first time. The NB305 brings the same dual-core, 1.5GHz Atom N550 chip from the European NB520 but in the familiar form factor of earlier Toshiba netbooks. It carries 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive and will ship for $380 on January 9.
Europeans will be very familiar with Toshiba's Camileo camcorder line, but this year we're finally seeing the series in North America. The aim is, as it often is, to upset pricing: with the X100, the promise exists of a proper 1080p camcorder with optical zoom for $400 -- roughly half the price you sometimes pay for the privilege. Our Camileo X100 review will find out whether it's a bargain or if you're getting exactly what you pay for.
Toshiba on Tuesday announced it will enter the North American digital camcorder market by bringing its Camileo lineup over from Europe. The pocket-sized S20, touchscreen H30 and X100 can all record in 1080p resolution and sport 3-inch LCDs for framing and reviewing their subjects. There is also a YouTube hotkey for quick uploads to the popular video-hosting site, while SDHC memory cards are supported for storage.