Not exactly in the market for an LCD HDTV, HTIB, or PDP? Or maybe you're just not concerning yourself with all those fancy acronyms. Whatever the case may be, Samsung is wrapping up its CES outpouring with four new camcorders, and we'll get things started by checking out the Full HD SC-HMX20C:
  • Captures video in progressive Full HD 1080p, selectable for 30fps or 60fps
  • HDMI-CEC (Anynet+), camcorder control using a Samsung HDTV remote
  • 8GB of internal flash memory; SDHC / MMC+ expansion slot1
  • 1/8-inch 6.4-megapixel CMOS sensor
  • 10x optical zoom
  • 300fps slow-motion recording mode for up to 10 seconds
  • 4-megapixel still image capture
  • 2.7-inch wide LCD touchscreen display
  • iCheck button for easy access to memory / battery levels
  • USB 2.0 and PictBridge connections
  • Component, S-Video and composite outputs
For the rest of the foursome, click on through.

Got a hankering for a flash-based camcorder? Look no further, as the SC-MX20 ($299; August 2008) is likely just the thing:
  • Compact shoot-and-share flash memory camcorder
  • Schneider lens with 34X optical zoom
  • Records 720x480i video using H.264
  • 2.7-inch wide LCD touchscreen display
  • USB 2.0 and PictBridge connectivity
  • Advanced image stabilizer and 3D Noise Reduction (3DNR)
  • iCheck button for easy access to memory / battery levels
Not really into flash? How about DVDs? If we just rang your bell, check out the SC-DX103 ($299; April):
  • Point-and-shoot camcorder with full dual-layer DVD (-+R / -+RW) recording
  • Schneider lens with 34X optical zoom
  • 2.7-inch wide LCD display
  • Records in 720x480 at 30fps
  • SDHC / MMC+ expansion slot
  • Hidden internal battery to reduce chassis size
  • Built-in light for enhanced low-light recording
Wrapping things up is the low-end SC-D382 ($199; March 2008), which utilizes those handy MiniDV tapes and skimps on the fancy stuff:
  • Schneider lens with 34X optical zoom
  • Glossy piano black finish with silver accents
  • 2.7-inch wide LCD display
  • Hidden internal battery to reduce chassis size
  • Included remote control and built-in light for added versatility

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Samsung cranks out 1080p, flash camcorders