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Toshiba Camileo Air10 hands-on revisited: with sample video

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We've already gotten our hands on Toshiba's Camileo Air10, but there was one crucial ingredient missing from our initial impressions -- an actual glimpse at how clips recorded with the device turned out. We swung by the company's booth on the floor, slipped one of our own SD cards in the device and took a quick video at 1080p with image stabilization enabled. The results? Not so great. While image quality and color reproduction was acceptable, clips were very shaky -- even with stabilization turned on. Perhaps someone with steadier hands (not running on two hours of sleep and caffeine fumes) would have better results -- actually, we sure of it. Check out a quick hands on clip and sample video after the break.







Billy Steele contributed to this report.

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