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Veho VCC-002 / Kuzo High Definition Full 1080p HD Camcorder

Released on 14 December 2009

Manufacturer: Veho

(5 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

Condition:  New

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Comment:NEW READY TO SHIP SEALED FULL 1080P 5MEGA PIXEL OPTICAL CMOS LENS FOR DIGITAL USB AND HDMI PORTS

With True High Definition and video stabilization the VCC-002 Kuzo is ahead of its competition. By using its unique tacton soft rubber grip body it works and feels like no other.

Record and share your life in true High Definition video and sound. The Kuzo VCC-002 uses super HD technology to record in 1920x1080p image quality. This means you get true and full HD when you connect to your HD TV via the Kuzo HDMI output. Other unique features include 3.0 inch touchscreen, 20x optical/digital zoom, tacton soft rubber housing, HDMI output, video stablization, 5MP CMOS sensor with 8MP interpolation for still captures.
  • Key Features:
  • True 1080p Super HD (High def) video camera
  • 5MP CMOS Sensor (8 Mega pixel stills using interpolation)
  • 3.0" touch screen OSD
  • 5X Optical Zoom Lens - 8G3P (f=6.8 ~ 34mm
  • F3.5 ~3.7)
  • HDMI connection
  • Unique 'Tacton' soft rubber touch body
  • Internal memory 128MB - SD card slot up to 32GB
  • Focus range: Macro: 1 ~ 80cm
  • Normal: 10cm ~ infinite
  • Scene support, Auto, Skin, Night mode, Back Light
  • Self timer: 10 secs
  • File format AVI (video) , JPG(Still)
  • HDMI/Mini USB2.0/ TV Out
  • NP60 Li-ion Battery
  • Krusell Luna Case

customer Reviews

 Average rating (5 reviews)

 hd in your pocket

| | See all mrcis1000's reviews (2)

So easy to use - my 4 year old had a blast with it !! Great quality picture even in-doors which is not usually the case with sd-cameras. Only downside is the mono sound, and very limited built-in memory, in saying that a 16 mb sd card can be had on play for about £16, giving you hours of recording. Nice bonus is that all necessary leads are included - including the mini hd, so record then watch straight back on your tv !! For £99 an absolute bargain, really you have no reason not to buy this .. treat yourself for Xmas !!

 Excellent value for money!!

| | See all Paulrobo's reviews (1)

This camera is great. Comes with everything you need to get going. Picture quality is excellent during the day/outdoors, not so great in poor light. I bought a 16GB card and you can get about 4hrs of 1080p footage. .You can upload direct to U-Tube too!! You can't get much better for this amount of money. Bargain!!!

 Great Little Camera!

| | See all KrisM0723's reviews (4)

Got this as a gift for my 23rd birthday and im very pleased!.
Always wanted one of these and i wasnt disapointed.
Camera performs better in daylight rather than night time to be honest, but thats all good. In the box comes: HD cable, Carry Pouch, AC Adapter, USB Cable, Software...and the box is pretty funky too!.

All in all, tis a great little HD cam for this price, much more expensive on other sites.

BUY NOWZ!!!

 Quality and Price, both amazing.

| | See all YalpBackwards's reviews (4)

The price you pay for a basic, easy to use camcorder is amazing! Just over 100 pound for a 1080p camcorder is incredible. You don't need to adjust the settings to get a good quality of video, but if you do wish to adjust them, it is so straight forward. The zoom is also good and great for outdoors too, but if I had one bad thing to say it would be the quality of taking a photo is not so good for me.

 Great but Flawed

| | See all RichieUK86's reviews (2)

Great camera, high quality and macro mode is awesome, so many great things I could say about this camera if it wasn't flawed by the fact that the file format doesn't work on most computers easily and when you do eventually get playback working its still not usable in any editing programs. The only really great way I've seen this in action is uploading the videos to youtube directly, letting them decode it then redownloading from there to put onto disk, the only downfall is it loses some of its quality. Also quality is shoddy in anything but good daylight (I had to use 2x 100w bulbs to get the best quality indoors in the evening).

Other note - Macro mode on the camera is unchallenged by other cheaper HD camcorders