Record your video with Flip Video Mino

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Pioneer has just unveiled its new cheap camcorder for all of those people who want to record their important videos without spend a lot of bucks. Flip Video Mino is smaller around 40% than the previous Flip Video Ultra model, and its video quality and pocket-sized features makes it an ideal companion to those geeks who want always to have a recording device in their pocket. But let’s see its features into detail

Simple to Shoot

  • Sleek, pocket-sized camcorder with one-touch recording
  • Built-in flash memory holds up to 60 minutes of high-quality video
  • Rechargeable lithium ion battery power – charges by connecting to your USB port or using the optional Flip Video Power Adapter (sold separately). 4+ hours of recording per charge.
  • Start recording within 3 seconds of power-up
  • Advanced playback features including pause and fast forward/rewind
  • “Child Safe” mode to prevent accidental deletions of clips
  • Fast lens for great results in low and bright light, 2x digital zoom
  • 1.5” color high-brightness (transflective) display for easy recording and super-clear viewing in bright sunlight
  • Flip-out USB arm plugs directly into your computer for easy sharing and archiving
  • Silent model for recording in sensitive situations
  • TV connector cable included to watch videos on television
  • Tripod mount fits any standard tripod

Simple to Share

  • Built-in software for instant viewing, editing, and one-click emailing
  • Integrated video uploading to AOL, MySpace, YouTube and other video sharing sites
  • Easily snap still pictures from video
  • Simple editing tools let you make custom-edited movie mixes with music
  • Create and organize your personal video library

Flip Video Mino costs just $179.99 and if you want to buy it, click here.

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