CES2011: Toshiba Unveils CAMILEO S30 Compact HD Digital Camcorder

Wow, there’s just a ton of CES news coming in, I went and grabbed a 10 minute shower this morning and came back with about 50 new emails. I’ve got five browser windows open with an average of 20 tabs open per browser. Anyway, Toshiba just announced the new Camileo S30 HD Camcorder that can do up to 1080P and has 16X zoom for getting in close on your subject. The camera is small with a rotating LCD screen and comes in at 4.2 ounces and even has an HDMI port and it will set you back only $180.

 

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Toshiba’s Digital Products Division  today announced the CAMILEO™ S30 camcorder, a new addition to the highly acclaimed CAMILEO S-Series line. Toshiba’s latest lightweight and ultraportable full HD resolution camcorder now features image stabilization in 1080p1, 720p and 480p modes for smooth and clear videos, a touch screen designed for easier navigation and a 16X digital zoom for getting in on the action.

“This camcorder is another step in Toshiba’s expansion of products for consumers who enjoy capturing, sharing, editing and viewing their lives in HD.”

At only three-fourths of an inch thin and weighing only 4.2 ounces2, the CAMILEO S30 is the size of a smartphone.

“The CAMILEO S30 camcorder is for those who want an easy to use, compact camcorder at an affordable price with the high quality they expect from Toshiba,” said Paul Collas, director, accessory marketing, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “This camcorder is another step in Toshiba’s expansion of products for consumers who enjoy capturing, sharing, editing and viewing their lives in HD.”

The camcorder’s swiveling three-inch diagonal LCD display3 now features a touch screen, making navigation through menus easier than ever. In addition, the CAMILEO S30 doubles as an eight megapixel digital still camera for great pictures every time. The compact device also accommodates an SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card with up to 64GB capacity for an estimated 10 hours of recording at 1080p, or 24 hours at the lowest setting4.

Consumers can also view videos and still photos directly on a computer or HDTV with the included HDMI® cable. Another key feature is the Internet Upload Button, which allows users to quickly and easily upload videos and photos to YouTube™, Facebook®, Twitter and Picasa®.

The new CAMILEO S30 will be on display at Pepcom Digital Experience! taking place on January 5, 2011.

Pricing and Availability

The CAMILEO S30 is immediately available at toshibadirect.com and at a variety of major consumer electronics and computer stores nationwide starting at $179.99 MSRP5.

Detailed product information is available at camileo.toshiba.com

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