In most of the world, camcorders, or video camera-recorders, have been a familiar sight for nearly 20 years. People take them everywhere: to school plays, sports events, family reunions and even births! When you go to a popular tourist spot, you are surrounded by them. Camcorders have really taken hold in the United States, Japan and many other countries around the world.
How can such a small device do so much? Particularly for anyone born before the 1980s, it's simply amazing that quality video cameras are now readily available as consumer items, and that they're so easy to use. In this article, we'll look inside these extremely popular devices to find out what exactly is going on. We'll explore traditional analog camcorders and also look at the technology used in digital camcorders.
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In this article, we'll look inside these extremely popular devices to find out what exactly is going on. We'll explore traditional analog camcorders and also look at the technology used in digital camcorders.
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Standad mode:1.4m to infinity
20cm ~ 28cm
Image File Format
The TV to output
4 X digital zoom
0-40 degrees celsius
1 x Digital Camcorder
1 x USB Cable
1 x AV attachment
1 x Charger
1 x Use's manual
1 x BL-5F 1200 mAh 3.7V Li-ion Batteries
New projects initiated by CAMERA in recent years include:
1.The CAMERA Fellows Program, to teach college students how to write op-ed's, start campus journals, and recognize and respond to propaganda. Sessions have been held around the United States, and in June 2006 more than 20 of the participants were flown to Israel for intensive training sessions and to provide a direct, personal experience of the country and the challenges it faces. Students met with Israeli academics, government spokesmen, recently retired senior intelligence officials, young Israeli soldiers, Israeli journalists, Palestinian journalists, and foreign journalists. Participants also got to see first-hand much of the country.
2.The British Project, to deal with major media in Britain, such as the Guardian, the Independent, and the BBC, which have global reach and all too often have problematic Middle East coverage.
3.The Christian Project, to deal with distorted Middle East coverage in Christian publications, and to do outreach to the Christian community.
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