How To Make Videos With 5 Mega Pixel Digital Video Camcorder + Optical Telescope Zoom Lens

| November 16, 2012 | 8 Comments

[ ] MPEG4 Digital Video Camcorder With Optical Telescope Zoom Lens – Compact DV camcorder with 30FPS video capture. Handheld DV camera (digital video and still pictures) with great telescope style 8x optical zoom lens attachment. This unit records video in MPEG4 format up to 30 frames per second (30 FPS).New wholesale compact digital camcorder with a feature rich profile, optical zoom lens attachment, and the ability to take up to 12MP still photos or MPEG4 videos at 30 FPS. This camcorder is smartly designed with an easy to view 3 inch flip out screen, convenient recording buttons, and on-the-fly memory expandability with standard SD cards.This DV cameras best feature is the screw-on optical telescope zoom lens, allowing you to take pictures of long distance objects. The zoom lens also has a manual focus adjustment, giving you ultimate control over the focus and quality of your distant shots. When combined with the camera’s native 4x digital zoom, you then have a monster of a zoom camcorder!This camera comes out of the box ready to start taking video and pictures, and is available at the usual Ankaka wholesale discount price. Ankaka makes it easy with direct shipping and no MOQ (minimum order quantity). Available for single piece or stock orders now. Highlights… * Compact DV camcorder with 30FPS video capture. * Everything you need to get started is in the box, including 8x optical zoom telescope lens. * The one digital video camera that everyone


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  1. michael nehmad says:

    is it HD or DV

  2. William Villavicencio says:

    audio codec camera that? WAV?, AMR? thanks …

  3. SuperNolanator says:

    can you buy extra batterys for it

  4. Jason Whitehead says:

    what bottons are on the remote?….is there more than 2 bottons?…ad is it compatibale with windows movie maker?

  5. Jason Whitehead says:

    what bottons are on the remote?….is there more than 2 bottons?

  6. tigerfeet666 says:

    Ok, thanks.just one more question,can an external mic be used in the headphone jack ?

  7. tigerfeet666 says:

    hi bio i have just purchased this model,i was wondering what type of sd card it uses
    or will any work

  8. biothetan says:

    I got this model in February 2010 It is well worth the money if you only want it for youtube or facebook videos you can store approx 7500 pics or 6 hours of vids on an 8gb card nicely constructed the built-in flash and remote are a nice touch..

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