Samsung SMX-K45 Reviews
Product Type: Samsung digital camcorders
Description:Model ID SMXK45BLACK / Samsung SMX-K45 - Camcorder - widescreen - 800 Kpix - optical zoom: 52 x - supported memory: SD, SDHC, MMCplus - flash card - black / With the K-series, consumers can enjoy near Full HD quality video for the price of a standard definition camcorder. The ... more
Samsung SMX-K45 ... SMX-K45 records exceptional standard definition video at a resolution of 720 x 480 which can then be played back on an HDTV in near Full HD quality thanks to advanced upscaling technology and HDMI connectivity.
The SMX-K45 also offers one of Samsung's most powerful zoom lenses. Consumers have a 65x intelli-zoom at their fingertips which enhances their ability to capture any moment they see no matter how far away they may be. Significantly more reliable than a standard digital zoom which negatively affects the quality of the image, Samsung's intelli-zoom allows users to go beyond the camcorder's 52x optical zoom. The K-series also features Samsung's advanced optical image stabilizer, ensuring that videos taken will be shake-free, when using the camcorder's full 65x intelli-zoom. Furthermore, the camcorder's world class Schneider Kreuznach lens delivers the quality and performance needed to help capture the most impressive video possible.
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