Ridgefield Park, NJ—Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled the HMX-T10 camcorder with Full HD recording and a newly developed 10x Schneider-Kreuznach, 20-degree slanted lens designed to eliminate arm and wrist strain while recording.
Small enough to carry anywhere, the slim HMX-T10 incorporates a 2.7-inch touch-screen LCD and can capture 4.7 megapixel still images, with optical image stabilization, and 1080i Full HD video footage at the same time.
“The HMX-T10 offers not only a stylish, compact design and fantastic recording quality at an affordable price, but also demonstrates the thoughtfulness and innovation Samsung brings to making movie and image capturing a truly enjoyable experience for everyone,” said SangJin Park, president of Samsung Digital Imaging Business, Samsung Electronics. “The HMX-T10’s convenient features, such as the 20-degree slanted lens, perfectly encapsulate the innovative and easy-to-use nature of our camcorder range, as well as our aim to remain at the cutting edge of innovation and design.”
To enhance the consumer’s experience and achieve professional recordings, the HMX-T10 employs an advanced BSI (back-side illuminated) CMOS sensor said to provide twice the sensitivity of conventional CMOS sensors. Samsung claims this feature “dramatically reduces image distortion and delivers clear video and images, even in low-light conditions.”
Other enhancements to the recording experience include the camcorder’s smart auto functionality where the camcorder chooses the best settings for conditions, an SD card slot and the bundled intelli-studio 2.0 software for managing and editing movies and images. The HMX-T10 comes in a choice of black or white. $299. samsung.com