Toshiba Release a Pair of Camileo Camcorders

Posted by at 10:15 am on June 14, 2011

Toshiba on Tuesday exported a pair of its Camileo camcorders to the US. The B10 and P100 both have 16-megapixel sensors that can shoot both native-size still images as well as 1080p videos. Either supports face-tracking autofocus, motion detection for the security minded, time-lapse photography, and support for working as a USB webcam.

The B10 serves as one of the first pocket camcorders to arrive after Cisco axed the flip and has a fixed zoom but a more pocketable, three-ounce form with a two-inch LCD for previews. Upgrading to the vertical design P100 adds a 5X optical zoom and a swiveling touchscreen to compose the shot.

Both work with Macs and Windows PCs and are available today at an official $119.99 price for the B10 and $179.99 for the P100, although Toshiba is already selling the new Camileos at a $20 discount.

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