"Future Proofed" Sanyo HD Camcorder and Other New Cameras from Samsung and Sony
Newly announced cameras from CES 2010 include the Samsung TL240, which has a brilliant and large touchscreen and new gesture controls.
Also shown is the Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5, which uses GPS to geotag your photos, and also records 1080i video. It's also one of the first Sony cameras to use non-proprietary techology.
Up third, Sanyo's Xacti VPC-CS1 HD camcorder, which shoots full HD video and is very slim and light. The camcorder takes new very high-capacity memory cards announced this week at CES so will not run out of memory anytime soon.
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V Compact Camera
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Don’t call Sony’s GPS-enabled, feature-loaded DSC-HX5V a gimmick camera. It supplements its in-camera goodies with great image quality and terrific shooting modes.
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