Cisco announced today new versions of the super successful Flp camcorder series. There are now new FlipUltraHD and Flip MinoHD camcorder available. Cisco expands into the low end with the new Flip Video UltraHD 1 hour priced at only $149.99. The biggest improvement on the UltraHD 2 hour and the new MinoHD camcorders is the added image stabilization.
The new Flip Video UltraHD 1 hour has a low price, but you do not get as much image quality. This new Flop only supports HD at 30fps and has no image stabilization.
Besides the new improvements, Cisco highlights the new personalization options. On TheFlip site you can customize your new UltraHD with thousans of designs. Additionally the new UltraHD 2 has a FlipPort to attach new Flip accessories. The first available Flip accessories include a Scosche wireless microphone, Seagatestorage solution and iGo batteries.
The new Flip UltraHD and Flip MinoHD camcorder are already on sale on Amazon.
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