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Old May 15, 2008, 1:39 AM   #1
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Has anyone checked this out? Looks pretty small! Has image stabilization, doesn't do anything higher than 30fps and 720p.. but wow.. it's TINY!


http://www.oxelectronics.com/v5200hd.htm


Oh yeah.. and outputs to AVI.
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Wow, .7"

I sent them a note asking for more info, among other things. Will post back when I hear.

I did note that it says "up to 2GB SD" which is kinda a bummer.
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Woops, double post.


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Old May 15, 2008, 11:42 AM   #4
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Wow, .7"

I sent them a note asking for more info, among other things. Will post back when I hear.

I did note that it says "up to 2GB SD" which is kinda a bummer.
Yes it does support up to 8gb.

"Supports up to 8GB SDHC memory cards! WOW!"

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Has anyone checked this out? Looks pretty small! Has image stabilization, doesn't do anything higher than 30fps and 720p.. but wow.. it's TINY!


http://www.oxelectronics.com/v5200hd.htm


Oh yeah.. and outputs to AVI.
From the first look of things, another case of "Why didn't I see this before I bought my ..."?
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Yes it does support up to 8gb.

"Supports up to 8GB SDHC memory cards! WOW!"
Picture says one thing, specs another. Nice


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Old May 15, 2008, 12:36 PM   #7
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I just saw this cam on ebay last night and it's "little" brother the Megxon V5200i. There's like tree V5200 models with the V5200HD being the topmodel and newest. It's looks really slim and with touch pad buttons on one side.

http://www.megxon.com.tw/E/products/...D/V5200HD.html

I just wonder how the video quality of this device is. My guess would be very similar to that of the Jazz cams. Still at 30fps. So Aiptek still has the lead in the cheap hybrid market regarding this.

Lens look very small so definantly not for low light and it uses the NP-40 battery so batterytime not that good.

One nice thing is it uses the .AVI extension for videofiles but I can't find precise info compression. It just says MPEG4 so my guess is it only uses MPEG4 part2(divx,xvid) and not the better MPEG4 part10(AVC/H.264).
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