Choosing a Rollei camcorder
If you’re after something a little more unusual, then the Rollei camcorder range might just have it. The German brand has created an array of innovative recording devices, including ski goggle cameras, sunglasses cameras, and Rollei camcorders for mounting on car window screens. If you want something less action-orientated however, there are affordable Rollei camcorders that come in traditional guises too.
Max Video Resolution
The higher the resolution, the better the video quality.
If the camcorder has the capacity to take still pictures.
Still Pictures (MP)
The picture's maximum resolution in megapixel.
A Wi-Fi connection for a wireless transfer of videos or pictures.
If the camcorder has a screen, which enables you to see the result of your filming directly on the screen.
The sensor is the chip which records light falling on it. It is the part that actually captures the film. The two main types are CCD and CMOS, 3MOS are three CMOS sensors. CCD sensors have historically provided better image quality, although the newest and best CMOS sensors match the CCD quality.
Max Frames Per Second (FPS)
Maximum number of pictures that can be taken per second. The FPS stated here isn't always possible to use when shooting with maximum resolution.
Max Supported Memory (GB)
The maximum size of the supported external memory card.
Can store the locations where the photos were taken (also called GeoTagging), which allows you to organize photos by locations.
The functions that can be activated by the remote control differs depending on the type of camcorder. E.g. the recording (start and stop) can be remotely controlled.
The number of times that the picture is enlarged thanks to digital technology. Digital zoom means that the camcorder can shoot with a high resolution, though only able to focus on one part of the picture. The picture won't be more detailed with digital zoom, but it will take up less space.
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