Kodak debuts the Zx1, a tiny 720P HD video recorder with a 2" LCD display. The Kodak Zx1 captures 720p HD video at 60 or 30FPS and features a rugged weather-resistant design that stands up to splashes, dirt and more.
The device uses SD/SDHC memory cards (up to 32GB) and features built-in software for editing and sharing of content to YouTube and other social networking sites.
The KODAK Zx1 Digital Video Camera is designed to meet these needs at the touch of a button -- no lens cap, dials to turn or settings to adjust. The new camera's advanced feature set includes:
Pocketable 720p HD video capture at 60 fps
Weather-resistant design that stands up to splashes, dirt and more – IP43 certified;
High-quality video capture in bright light or low light - from the beach, to the nightclub;
Easy editing, personalization, and uploading to YouTube or other Internet sites with built-in video software, ArcSoft Media Impressions for Kodak;
Expandable SD/SDHC Card slot for memory cards up to 32 GB, that can record up to 10 hours of HD video;
Easy HDTV playback with included HDMI cable;
Sensitive, low distortion microphone that provides crisp, clear audio;
Pre-charged AA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries and battery charger included, saving money and avoiding waste from used batteries;
Vibrant 2.0" LCD;
Available in five colors: black, red, pink, blue and yellow;
Remote control compatible (remote control sold separately).
The Kodak Zx1 will be available from Spring 2009 for $149.95.