3.3MP Camera Module For Archos AV300 PVP Series

Posted: Nov 24 2003, 11:22pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:49am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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3.3MP Camera Module For Archos AV300 PVP Series
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The AVCam 300 brings together for the first time a 3.3-megapixel camera, MPEG-4 camcorder and player, MP3 recorder and player and massive hard disk.

The AVCam (MSRP: $199.95) is a 3.3-megapixel camera that attaches seemlessly to any of the ArchosAV300 series personal video players (AV320, AV340, AV380) .

The AVCam features:

- MPEG-4 camcorder and digital still camera in one poclet sized device
- 3.3 megapixal CCD, matched optical system and advanced imaging technology for high resolution and vivid pictures and video
- 10x digital and 3x optical zoom Ricoh lenses
- Stores up to 80,000 3.3-megapixal photos and up to 160 hours of MPEG-4 video (on average)
- View photos and video on the 3.8-inch color LCD screen or on a larger screen by connecting the AV300 to a TV or monitor
- USB 2.0

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