Aiptek Action HD 1080p Digital Camcorder Is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #44

Posted: Oct 1 2008, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:48am CDT, in News | Holiday Gift Guide


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The Aiptek Action HD 1080p Digital Camcorder is in our top 100 Holiday gift Tip Guide as this camcorder records 1080p HD video (1,440x1080px) at 30fps for the unbeatable price of $177.88.
Of course you should not expect spectacular image quality from the Aiptek Action HD it just doesn't have the optics or image processing of high end HD camcorders, but for the price it should do a decent job.
Features of the Aiptek Action HD include 5MP CMOS, up to 8MP still photos (interpolated), 3x Optical Zoom lens, 2.4 inch screen, 128MB built-in memory, HDTV Component Out, SD card slot and USB 2.0.

For Whom:
For kids who want to get into filming or anybody who wants to have small video camera to record close scenes in decent resolution.

The Good:
1080p HD Video resolution
Ultra low Price
Compact and Light

The Bad:
Optics are limited
Audio recording is weak according to reviews
Still Photos are weak according to reviews

Where to Buy:
The Aiptek Action HD 1080p Digital Camcorder sells on Wal-mart for $177.88.

See all our top 10 gift tips in the Video Camcorder Category. Explore all our Top 100 Holiday Gift Tips 2008.

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