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Bell + Howell Fun Flix DV50HD 1080p HD Video Camera Camcorder (Red)

Item# SPM10525593120 | Model# DV50HD-R | Added on October 26, 2016 |
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Bell + Howell Fun Flix DV50HD 1080p HD Video Camera Camcorder (Red)
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Item IncludesBell + Howell Fun Flix DV50HD 1080p HD Video Camera Camcorder (Red) Carrying Pouch Rechargable Battery AC Adapter USB Cable HDMI Cable Wrist Strap CD-ROM Software Instruction Manual

HD Digital Video and Stills The Bell and Howell DV50HD Camcorder features HD recording in 1080p at 15fps, 720p at 30fps, 24.0 megapixel max resolution for digital stills, 8x digital zoom, a high-resolution 3.0-inch Touch LCD display with 270degrees swivel, an HDMI-out connection for HD playback on an external source, and a built-in LED light for better low-light videos. The DV50HD features several shot improving functions as well. It has real time autofocus, face detection, 9 scene modes, anti-shake image stabilization, and pre-recording technology. For storage, the camcorder is outfitted with a SDHC card slot, expandable up to 32GB.

Key Features: Built-in 24.0 Megapixel Digital Camera
Impressive 5600x4200 resolution of 24.0 Megapixels for sharp, crisp still images. The high quality image sensor that ensures sharp, vivid HD video also gives you brilliant digital photographs. 8X Digital Zoom
Offers you more flexibility to get just the shot you need by giving you the choice of 8x digital zoom. You will always be able to get the shot you need, no matter how close or far away. 1920 x 1080 HD Recording
The DV50HD delivers 1920 x 1080 @ 15fps, from capture to recording to playback. Your memories are preserved in stunning clarity, and ready for playback on your HDTV.

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