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Blakter Blakter
Publié le 04/18/06 à 09:04
Value For Money : Excellent
I use it for a little less than a month for recordings, and rehearsals for the capture of good moments, it's almost the same pattern as the Gmini 402, which has the features, but it has more a camera, camera onboard.
It has a very good sound quality, especially with the addition of a microphone line in (the microphone is excellent, but the slightest blow on the body of the animal is heard), the board camera is to good quality as (not too much to ask anyway), but moving too fast rasterizes quickly rendering. As against the zoom is shit (the camera does not follow, and the image is bad), and without telling the photos it is best to never take for always blurred. Still the battery life is honorable (10 hours of music, 3 hours of video) unless it is used in hard disk to store data, for in connection with another device such as the battery drains the whey.
Result very good value for such a small multi function device.
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