Toshiba introduced its Camileo H10 camcorder that can record in HD resolutions. The H10 has a 5x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom and records video in MPEG4. Internal memory is a paltry 64MB, but SDHC cards up to 8Gb are supported.
The small camera weighs 340g and will record 30 minutes of HD video onto 1GB of storage. A HDMI out allows you to play video directly back to your TV. The camera can shoot 10MP still shots and features a 2.7-inch TFT display.
Other features include a night mode, special effects, negative mode, and black and white mode. A motion detect setting turns the camera on when it detects motion. Toshiba says the camera will be available in July for £179.99.
Centurion Corporation said it has agreed to acquire a piece of land located at Seberang Perai Selatan in Penang, Malaysia, for RM6.3 million ($2.45 million). This marks the group’s first acquisition in another state of Malaysia outside of Johor.
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Aug 12 2014, 9:21am CDT
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