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
It has the cool Super Amoled screen by Samsung, the cool Hummingbird processor by Samsung. Here it is how it is presented by T-Mobile priced 549€ unlocked at IFA. Also check my previous top-Google ranked videos filmed at Mobile World Congress of the Samsung Beam and the Super Amoled screen technology.
Quick overview of the HTC Wildfire, 259€ smart phone as presented at the T Mobile booth at IFA. Sorry about the manual focus set to infinity, I still forgot to put it back to auto after filming the fireworks.
I happened to be in the Olympiastadion, and suddenly, Citroën unveils this new car so here is a video of it. Sorry about the manual focus set to infinity, I forgot to reset it to automatic after filming the fireworks (which also were sadly filmed totally out of focus).
This is the full fireworks display by Bugano fireworks artists from Switzerland. Every year during IFA, there is the Berlin Pyronale fireworks competition on the outside of the Berlin Olympiastadion. This video is filmed with my Sanyo HD1000 that I have since the beginning of 2008, really sorry about the manual focus set to infinity and scene select to "fireworks mode", it seemed fine in my 3.2" viewfinder of the camera but this seems really out of focus in full screen. I wish to buy a better camcorder soon if I can afford a really good one with amazing video quality and much better focus and low light options, one that films better consumer electronics interviews and fireworks displays, with better 1080p mode. But, I only plan to do that once I can find a camcorder that can do great 1080p at "uploadable" bitrates, thus uses newest and best quality compression to keep low uploadable file sizes.
Philips has been providing Net TV features over WiFi and Ethernet in their HDTVs since 2008, while newer models also support high definition video on demand functions. They are announcing a consortium with some other HDTV manufacturers to develop interoperable Internet TV features and application standards. Will Philips also interoperate with the Google TV ecosystem?
Built into the latest LG HDTVs, here is a Wii-like remote control with sensors (probably accelerometers, gyro and something else), it integrates web features, video-on-demand into the HDTV. Will this be able to compete on features with Google TV ecosystem, does it have to? Will all manufacturers eventually have to collaborate on interoperable Internet television systems?
Super thin, nice colors, check it out. Maybe it will be a while before such large OLED screens can be mass manufactured. LCD manufacturing processes are just that much more evolved and broadly implemented by gigantic manufacturers.
It has been brewing in Sharp's R&D labs for a few years, now it is ready for mass market. Nintendo is using this 3.8" WVGA Parallax Barrier screen in their next Nintendo 3DS to be released in time for Christmas. Smart phones will be using it too starting spring of next year. There is a software or hardware switch that can totally disable the 3D effect on demand. Read more about Parallax Barrier at Parallax Barrier.
Samsung is releasing this 3.2" Android 2.2 compatible ARM11 based media player.