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HMXQF30
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Samsung HMX-QF30

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Wind noise suppresion, Microphone input, Image stabilisation, …

Owners of the HMX-QF20 shouldn't go out of their way to buy the HMX-QF30, since the improvements are few and far between, but new users could find a lot to like in this cheap, wi-fi equipped …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Average)

 

HMXW300
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Samsung HMX-W300

Outdoor Camcorder, Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; Splash proof, Still image Function, Waterproof, …

Like most pocket camcorders, the HMX-W300 has some compromises such as lacking an optical zoom or showing signs of chromatic aberration, but it makes up for them with its small form factor, good …

1 review | 6 opinions (Above average)

 

HMXF80
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Samsung HMX-F80

HD; Image stabilisation, Face recognition, Scene detection, Still image Function, Time lapse; …

Considering its low price, the HMX-F80 is good value for money thanks to its decent feature list. Image quality is nothing to write home about, but it's far better than what pocket models in …

1 review | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

 
HMX-H300BP
Samsung HMX-H300

Full HD; Scene detection, Time lapse, Face recognition, Still image Function; Optical zoom: …

Samsung's HMX-H300BP is capable of impressive low-light performance, and the video quality on offer is better than that of Panasonic's similarly-priced HDC-SD80, but Expert Reviews say its

5 reviews | 24 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: PC-WELT, issue 7/2011 Plus 10 HD camcorders compared Many people would like to have a camcorder that they can always carry with them. But which one? ‘PC-WELT’ examined ten of the latest Full-HD models in the under 550 euros category in its test labs. In test: Ten HD camcorders were tested. Test criteria were features (screen size/ resolution, viewfinder, operation via a touch sensitive screen, optical focal length range/ zoom factor ...), image quality (horizontal/ vertical picture resolution, minimal brightness levels for pictures with low noise levels, colour fidelity with photos taken in a studio, effectiveness of image stabiliser ...), sound quality (maximum undistorted recording volume, suppression of wind/ zoom noise, audio test ...) as well as energy usage and service (length of warranty/ on-site service, service hotline/ availability / e-mail contact ...).

HMXQ10
Samsung HMX-Q10

Full HD; Still image Function, Scene detection, Face recognition, Time lapse; Optical zoom: …

For those that like to record film footage left-handed, the Samsung HMX-Q10 makes an excellent low cost option, according to Expert Reviews. The video footage may not be stellar, but it is certainly …

4 reviews | 11 opinions (Above average)

 

HMXH200
Samsung HMX-H200

Full HD; Optical zoom: 20x; Digital zoom: 200x

The highest camcorder models are much more cultivated than the Samsung HMX-H200 and the Smart Auto system can't compete with the Intelligent Auto offered by Panasonic, with one-touch focus

7 reviews | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: HiFi Test, issue 3/2010 Spring into Film With Full HD Entry-level HD technology for around 500 euros and in a real camcorder at that; it wasn’t long ago that it seemed impossible. In our current test we make it happen, and we also reveal just what these entry-level devices have to offer. If you want more, you have to spend more; the top class offers high quality lenses, more features and higher recording quality. We were able to review three additional models from this class. In test: Seven camcorders were reviewed. Among them were four entry-level devices and three top-class devices. All were rated on video quality, photo quality, sound quality, operation and features.

Samsung MultiProof W200
Samsung MultiProof W200

Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; Waterproof, Still image Function; Digital zoom: 3x

The footage produced by the MultiProof W200 is not as good as the one from the latest Flip Ultra, for example, but it's excellent for such an affordable device. Expert Reviews praised its low

3 reviews | 22 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 10/2011 Samsung W200 The W200 from Samsung is the latest pocket Internet camcorder to offer protection from sand and water and the likes, but this candybar device is a little different to the norm. … to review

HMXU20
Samsung HMX-U20

Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; Still image Function; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 3x

PC Plus found that despite a couple of drawbacks, such as a slower focus and noisier picture than some competitors, the HMX-U20 offers a reasonable value when considering its great price and other …

4 reviews | 22 opinions (Average)

 

HMX-E 10
Samsung HMX-E10

Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; Still image Function, YouTube-enabled; Digital zoom: 2x

“Likes: 270 degree swivel lens; panorama photos and miniature effects. Dislikes: pauses during clip playback; mediocre picture quality; unnatural sound; 25p recording means you get a distorted

3 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: E-MEDIA, issue 21/2010 Small, but impressive! A review of hobby camcorders. The most affordable video cameras for beginners are small, light and very easy to use. In test: Five video cameras were tested.

Samsung SMX-F34
Samsung SMX-F34

Still image Function, YouTube-enabled; Optical zoom: 34x; Digital zoom: 42x

“For a price of 300 Euros, the F 34 is the cheapest model in the test; yet it offers an elaborate 16 gigabyte internal memory. Thanks to the MPEG-4 recording, it has more video capacity than the …

5 reviews | 8 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
HMXS15
Samsung HMX-S15

Full HD; Optical zoom: 15x

Video (40%): “good” (2.1); Photo (5%): “satisfactory” (3.3); Sound (15%): “good” (2.4); Handling (25%): “good” (2.4); Operating time (5%): “satisfactory” (3.1); Versatility (10%): “satisfactory”

4 reviews

 

More information at: test (Stiftung Warentest), issue 11/2010 Small, good, simple Camcorders: a generously sized memory, high resolution, long operating times - hardly any other product benefits as much from the advantages of modern electronics as the camcorder. In test: 20 camcorders were reviewed in this international group test, carried out by German consumer magazine ‘Stiftung Warentest’. Amongst the products we tested were 12 HD and 5 SD models with a read-only memory and 3 HD models with a hard drive. The verdict was: 8 x “good”, 10 x “satisfactory” and 2 x “acceptable”. Test criteria were video (visual test in daylight and artificial light, light sensitivity, image stabiliser/ autofocus), photo, sound (with integrated/ external microphone, wind sensitivity), handling (recording/ playback, monitor/ viewfinder, data transfer/ portability ...), operating time and versatility. When the score for ‘video’ was “acceptable”, the overall score could only be half a mark higher and if the ‘sound’ quality was also deemed “acceptable” the overall rating couldn’t be better than the one given for ‘video’.

HMX-H100P
Samsung HMX-H100

Full HD; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 100x

“... The autofocus is quick and reliable, without leaving a hasty impression. Unfortunately, there are no controls for manual focusing, but a point of focus can be fixed by pointing a finger on the …

5 reviews

 

Samsung HMX-S10
Samsung HMX-S10

Still image Function; Optical zoom: 15x; Digital zoom: 180x

“Likes: good lowlight quality; supports SDXC cards; micro input, standard shoe. Dislikes: juddery scene transition; weak internal colours, no viewfinder.”

5 reviews

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue Special Edition Camcorder Advisor 1/2011 Promotion battle No punches are pulled in this league of camcorders: one camera makes you an attractive offer with its 50 full frames per second, the other with its massive memory capacity. But which one matters the most? In test: Eleven (AVC) HD camcorders were tested. The test criteria were picture, sound, operation, lab readings and features.

HMX-U10
Samsung Flashcam U10

Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; YouTube-enabled, Face recognition, Still image Function; …

"The HMX-U10 is proof that beauty can only be skin deep. In terms of looks and design, its head and shoulders above many of its rivals, but a clunky touch interface makes this a frustrating …

7 reviews | 32 opinions (Average)

 

HMXT 10
Samsung HMX-T10

Full HD; Still image Function; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 100x

“Likes: decent picture quality; practical, 25 degree upwardly-angled lens; good optical image stabiliser. Dislikes: LCD is poorly visible in bright light; pauses during clip playback; sound is

3 reviews

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue Special Edition Camcorder Advisor 1/2011 HD for beginners Up until now High Definition (HD) stood for two essential features: the best image quality as well as more features and functions than you would expect to get with Standard Definition (SD) models. However, the new, affordable HD entry-level model range doesn’t have it all: proof of this is that none of our seven tested products came with a remote control or a microphone input. What’s more, special features such as Surround Sound, which you can find on some expensive HD cameras, don’t make an appearance here. A few HD entry-level models are even missing features that are the mainstay of Standard Definition camcorders from the same manufacturers. ... In test: Seven camcorders were tested. Test criteria were image test, sound test, operation, lab readings and features.

Samsung SMX-C20
Samsung SMX-C20

Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 1200.0x

“Likes: elegant, comfortable handling. Dislikes: pauses between clips during playback; very soft picture; visible image artefacts; muffled sound, rustling noise, no viewfinder.”

4 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue 6/2010 All Aboard Please! Memories are priceless. If you want to keep hold of them in video form all you need is an affordable entry-level camcorder that films in Standard Definition. In test: Eight SD camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were picture (sharpness, colour reproduction, contrast range ...), sound (sound quality of speech and music, device noise, spatiality ...), as well as operation (ergonomics, user guidance, operating equipment ...), lab results and features.

Flashcam C10
Samsung SMX-C10

YouTube-enabled; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 1200x

"The Samsung SMX-C10’s sub-£150 price pits it directly against pocket Internet camcorders, which have now moved up to 720p HD. So its lower video resolution may seem a little backward. However, …

3 reviews | 17 opinions (Average)

 

HMX-H106SP
Samsung HMX-H106

Full HD; Still image Function; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 100x

"... Once you do see those pics, you’ll realise they’re noisy as hell and a tad blurry thanks to the shonky autofocus. ... Sure the Samsung HMX-H106SP is a novel new gadget. But if you want a …

5 reviews

 

C 20
Samsung C20

YouTube-enabled; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 1200x

GadgetSpeak describes the Samsung C20 Memory Cam as a very easy to use camcorder, that offers an ample range of options when it comes to the clarity and sharpness of images, depending on how the …

1 review | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

Samsung HMX-R10
Samsung HMX-R10

Full HD

"... The R10 follows the trend set by many pocket internet camcorders, as its editing software is built into the device itself. The Intelli-studio app loads onto your desktop computer when you …

5 reviews | 24 opinions (Above average)

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

“Summer in High Definition“ - HDD/SSD Camcorders HiFi Test 4/2009 - Review details: Four HD top class camcorders were reviewed and rated 1.3 and 1.4. Among the test criteria, video quality (colour quality, detail resolution, image stabiliser, twilight), photo quality (resolution, colour saturation, colour fidelity) and operation.

Reviewed: the Samsung HMX-H204 slashCAM 7/2010 - As soon as Samsung becomes involved in a market segment, it tries to always have a product in that specific sector which is particularly cheap but which still offers consumers the latest technology. The HMX-H204 is most definitely at the lower end of the price bracket for its class ... but is it also good quality?

Samsung HMX-H104 TrustedReviews 6/2009 - Samsung's H-series camcorder, the HMX-H104 intends to capitalise on the VP-HMX20 which proved the manufacturer has the capability to make high-end digital camcorders. The current difference between the three models in the series is only flash memory size, with the H104 having 16GB. Review details: Single Test. One camcorder was reviewed and rated on features, image quality and value.

Samsung HMX-R10 PC Pro 5/2009 - One of the immediately notable and unique designs for a camcorder, Samsung's HMX-R10 is stylish and with an estimable build quality and ergonomics that allows you to shoot without having to pull your wrist out of its natural line.

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