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Alesis VideoTrack

Pocket cam from Alesis

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Eddy AngeEddy Ange

good product

Alesis VideoTrackPublished on 12/02/11 at 14:34
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The VideoTrack is a portable recorder ideal audio / video for capturing musical performances and rehearsals, as well as images in the quotidien.Et VideoTrack records movies a resolution of 640 x 480, which is perfectly dimensioned for tlchargement and viewing in ligne.Je have test and it is true that for the price it is not too mal.l'enregistrement sound is pretty bleffant c is little more than the device, if you rglez well there's no worries there 3 positions (low, medium, high) .For live concerts and rehearsals is id al.Je recommends. Musically
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jahkadyjahkady

to avoid ...

Alesis VideoTrackPublished on 06/23/12 at 08:22
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I bought this product because I had a zoom h2 which is awesome for her and I wanted to make a similar product performance videos with good sound quality!
the quality of the video and the photo is pathetic! a low-end mobile phone is much better.
For sound, there are three positions (high, medium and low) and they are all three almost identical and very poor quality! without stops sizzling sound is inaudible!
Buy any camera for Chinese child would be a better choice
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diralarkdiralark

a toy for children 2 to 5 years

Alesis VideoTrackPublished on 01/25/12 at 01:36
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I am horrified by the poor quality of sound captured (from a classical guitar), in effect: the level of breath is monstrous and harmonics are laminated omg what the fuck !!!!! So I return the product on. So a small camera / toy after all sympatoch but that should never end up on sale in a music store and especially not at 50 euros if the seller any less respect for its customers.
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muddyfoxmuddyfox

Gadget that can be useful

Alesis VideoTrackPublished on 01/13/12 at 11:22
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I have to test audio and video recording of this little device cheap. On the video side, it is little more than a toy, with a zoom and poor compression which deteriorates even more the result. On the audio side, we are very far from a device of the type H1 or H2 Zoom, it's just good to record a repeat. There are plenty of breath at high frequency, the mediums are eaten and not talking low.

Finally, there's more! Admittedly, it is cheap (about € 50), the lithium is well shot and it is quite simple (too?) Use.

I recommend to those who would use it to record a rare component to send and I strongly cancels for any other use. Sorry for my franchise ... …
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I have to test audio and video recording of this little device cheap. On the video side, it is little more than a toy, with a zoom and poor compression which deteriorates even more the result. On the audio side, we are very far from a device of the type H1 or H2 Zoom, it's just good to record a repeat. There are plenty of breath at high frequency, the mediums are eaten and not talking low.

Finally, there's more! Admittedly, it is cheap (about € 50), the lithium is well shot and it is quite simple (too?) Use.

I recommend to those who would use it to record a rare component to send and I strongly cancels for any other use. Sorry for my franchise ...
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  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: VideoTrack
  • Category: Pocket cams
  • Added in our database on: 01/08/2011

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