Cool Ion Twin Video Is World's First Dual-Lens Hand Video Camera

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 12:50pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:45pm CDT, in News | CES

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ION announces ION TWIN VIDEO, the world’s first video recorder with front and back lenses at the CES 2010.
The ION TWIN VIDEO is the first video recorder that allows you to capture both your world and your reaction to it. This interesting camcorder makes interviews, vlogs, and creating videos for YouTube and Facebook easy thank to live-editing features that include picture swap, split screen, and picture-in-picture.

TWIN VIDEO records onto a standard SD or SDHC card so users will find it to be compatible with a wide range of cards and readers including those built into many of the latest Mac and PC computers.

An included DUO STAND dual-function handle and table stand make holding and stable placement of TWIN VIDEO easy. Users can operate the TWIN VIDEO on either its internal, rechargeable battery, or plugged into a wall-power source. It connects via USB to virtually any Mac or PC for easy video transfer.
TWIN VIDEO will be available from during Q2 2010.

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