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  • Capture Full HD video to the 64 GB Solid State Drive (SSD)
  • Schneider 10x visual wizz lens; visual picture stabilizer
  • Full HD (1920 x 1080/60i or 30p) video; 4.7-megapixel still capture
  • 2.7-inch far-reaching LCD with hold screen
  • HDMI, member as well as combination video compatability

Product Description
holds 8 hours of HD video during limit fortitude * binds up to 66 hours of customary peculiarity video * annals high-def AVCHD video to 64GB plain state expostulate or discretionary SD/SDHC mental recall cards * limit resolution: 1920 x 1080 * 2.9-megapixel (effective) CMOS picture sensor for video as well as photos * high-quality Schneider-Kreuznach VARIOPLAN-HD wide-angle lens * 10X visual wizz (100X digital zoom) * widescreen 2-11/16″ touchpanel LCD * built-in print peep * visual picture stabilization * mini HDMI, member video, as well as audio/video outlay for tie to the TV *

Samsung HMX-H106 HD SSD Flash Memory Camcorder with 64 GB Memory as well as 10x Optical Zoom



3 Reviews

  1. Robert J. Tamson says:

    I have owned this Samsung HMX-H106 Camera for about 2 months and have enloyed using it. I like the ease of use and quality of the resulting picture… BUT there is a problem! I tried to use the included A/V cord to connect the camera directly to my HD TV and was surprised that the picture was in a blurry black and white! I double checked the connection at the camera plug and found that it would come in perfectly in full HD color if I pushed in on the connection plug and held it under pressure! Oh great, I’ll just stand here and push the a/v cable into the camera plug so I can watch my video in color! I am quite sure it isn’t simply the a/v cord that is bad but rather the plug on the camera itself.

    BE WARNED! the Samsung “Customer Service” for this product is NON EXISTANT! full of “I’m sorry sir” and other scripted responses from their “Customer Service” people without any help for a defective product. I called the SAMSUNG customer Service (1-800-SAMSUNG) and was told that I would get a new a/v Cable sent to me at no cost. Thet are requiring that I eliminate the problem from being the a/v cord before they will allow me to send in the camera for repair. It has now been over 4 weeks and several return calls from me to Samsung and still no new a/v cable. To make things worse, the Samsung phone representative sounds like they are from a call center in India and simply cannot speak english well enough for you to understand.

    Also, a few other items should be noted on the design of this product: No audio jack – you cannot listen to any playback of your recorded video from the camera without hearing it through the micro speaker near the off button. No external audio plug for recording either. No ability to use a camera light to shoot video in low light conditions, the built in light on the unit is only a flash for still pictures only. No accessories are available yet for this camera.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. David Alexandrou says:

    Well, I’m going to keep this short and sweet. The video quality is
    really good, the focus is good, the lens is good.

    The editing software is built into the camera, and works well, if limited, and you’ll need a decent PC to process the HD in real time. If you want to do multi-audio or video crossfades etc you’ll need to convert the format to raw avi or similar and use Premiere or Vegas or similar.

    Something missing which was listed in the original specs is the 1080P/30fps. Maybe it’s coming in a firmware update.

    Speaking of which, it needs one, badly. The internal file size on the disc is limited to 2 gig, so in 720p for example, every 28 minutes or so it has to create a new file and continue recording. which is fine, except the camera doesn’t pre-record the few seconds it takes to create the new file. As a result you lose a couple of seconds of footage and you never even know until playback time. Samsung haven’t replied to my support request on the matter yet.

    Overall, a great camera let down by a serious recording flaw. Please Samsung, please fix this!!

    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. APK says:

    The Samsung HMX-H106 is freakin awesome. Coming off Sony Digital camcorders (one disk and one tape), this camera beats the crap out of that old technology. It’s blazing fast, small and sleek, and easy to use. You can take a movie and play it back quickly and erase a clip you don’t like. Try doing that with the other technology. It’d take forever. Here it takes no time. This thing will fit in your pocket (ok a large pocket) and is unobtrusive yet takes amazing HD video. I’m not a big filming buff and hate dragging equipment around on vacations that gets in the way of actually enjoying the trip so this is perfect. It makes you want to use it since its so small and easy to use.

    I’d say the only negatives are no infra-red or built in video light. There will probably be such accessories forthcoming but for now, it’s tough to take pics or movies in the dark. It does have a flash for photos though but you need some lighting present for the camera to focus properly.

    Overall, highly recommended and would find it pretty much impossible to go back to discs or tapes or even hard drive and removable flash memory. I switched to Samsung TV’s a while ago because they simply outdo the competition in offering the latest features in a friendly, sleek package…this is definitely another step in the right direction.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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