Camcorders Today

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Here at http://www.1st-camcorders.com we love to brag about what benefits owning a camcorder can offer.

  1. Higher quality video capturing that doesn’t eat up your memory
  2. Film for a lot longer
  3. Better quality image
  4. Cheap to run, all you need is an SD card in most circumstances
  5. Easy to download and edit video
  6. Better sound quality with a specialize camcorder
  7. MP4 video output capabilities
  8. HD video up to 1080p
  9. Action camcorders can take you anywhere!

Would you use a camcorder?

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Would you use a camcorder?

Many have done so in the past, without fuss, but these days camcorders are being made redundant, most especially with the evolution of mobile technology.

Who wants a camcorder, when your mobile phone is doing it all these days?

We’d like to hear from you…would you still use a camcorder?

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Snapchat sees ‘dead people’

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Mobile VR Could Soon Be As Powerful As Oculus Rift

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D-Links Adds 180-Degree Wi-Fi Camera to mydlink Connected Home Ecosystem

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Huawei P9 flagship debuts in Sri Lanka with Dual Camera Lens

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Oppo to sell $192 smartphone in PHL market lorded by lower-priced models

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CHINESE manufacturer Oppo Electronics Corp. announced last week it will introduce its $192 (P8,990) smartphone to the local market lorded over by devices priced lower than $100. Philippine Oppo Mobile Technology Inc., Oppo’s local unit, said it is banking on the design and technology of its A37 smartphone, which would compete with smartphones priced below P3,500… » Read more

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