DXG, “the digital camera company,” has thrown its Cowboy hat into the increasingly crowded direct-to-YouTube video cameras space. Its 567V shoots video at 30 frames per second with a 1280×720 resolution. Pretty sure that’s above and beyond (n. the trance DJs) YouTube’s requirements, but here we are.
All CMOS-captured, H.264-compressed video is recorded onto SDHC crds.
She’s only $180, so well within the reach of most cash-strapped Americans, yes?
Should be a nice competitor to the Flip.
via Akihabara News