Sony is releasing 3 new Sony Bloggie 1080p pocket video cameras. No external microphone input, the FS3 can film 1080p 30fps 3D video.
In the future, every camera, every phone, everything will integrate built-in projectors. Basically to make a big screen on any wall or table out of any pocketable device. It uses the new nHD pico projector technology by Texas Instruments at 640x360 resolution and around 15 lumen output.
3" capacitive HD pocket camcorder.
Chip Estimate is a company owned by Cadence, among other features of its website are some videos which they produce with a pretty high production value. Watch their videos at their YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/chipestimate
The flip camera type of product is a growing trend, a lot of consumers want these compact pocket camcorders.
Thanks BenMars for your reports from the Hong Kong Sourcing fair!
Sony is releasing this new camcorder with a big DSLR-style sensor for high image quality and with support for interchangeable lenses from the Sony NEX series as well as supporting the Sony Alpha series lenses using an adaptor.
This video was filmed using the Sony Bloggie MHS-TS20K at 1080p 30fps quality. It comes with auto-focus only, choice of 720p 60fps and 720p 30fps qualities as well. 3" capacitive LCD touch screen with accelerometer, no SD card memory expansion, it uses the 8GB built-in storage only and no external microphone support, no built-in WiFi, it uploads only with a Windows/Mac software which also requires "importing" and alternative UI design to view thumbnails of video and images on the device.
Here is the full 1080p 30fps sample file of this video, download it from my Google Docs
Here's another video recording sample with this camera at 720p 60fps: Download it from Google Docs
And a sample at 720p 30fps: Download it from Google Docs
A pretty cheap D1 resolution, Flip-style camcorder. It can be ordered for about $25 each when ordering a thousand pieces.
Here's a low cost 3D camcorder with a 3D auto-stereoscopic viewfinder display. The camcorder has a built-in HDMI output to output the resulting 720p 3D video to a 3D enabled HDTV. The resulting video can also be converted on a computer to the Youtube 3D video format before uploading.
A good looking, perfectly pocketable, digital camcorder combined with a projector that will cost between 220 and 250 US$.