Samsung has launched their newest high-def camcorder that takes high-resolution pictures and shoots slow-motion at 300 frames per second. In January the company already showcased the prototype of the released HMX20 and delivers 1080p full HD and 8-megapixel images. A nice feature is that it can take pictures while recording video.
The most important feature is the slow-motion shooting mode that tapes video at 300fps. Normally video is recorded at 30fps and becomes jumpy when slowed down. At 300 frames per second you don’t have this problem and get a home made ‘hollywood production’. All your content is saved on 8GB flash memory and can be extended with an SD or MMC memory card.
For now only the Koreans can enjoy the camera and will have to pay $857.