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Panasonic Palmcorder VDR-D230 MiniDVD Camcorder
Model: vdr-d230 (R)

Condition: Reconditioned

Description:

MiniDVD format: The Panasonic VDR-D230 records directly onto DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD-R or –R Dual Layer discs. With DVD-RAM discs you never have to worry about erasing a recording or finding blank space—you can just start recording.

2.7" wide LCD: This screen delivers a clear picture of the action during recording and playback. The High Quality 16:9 option allows you to record in wide-screen mode.

Zoom: The 32x optical zoom produces close-up shots with amazing clarity.

Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS): This feature cancels the hand shake effect by stabilizing the image before it reaches the CCD. This is a very effective feature when using 32X zoom because it allows for zoom in/out without blur and shaking.

One-touch navigation: The joystick allows you to have simple control for all menu items and is centrally located for easy use. As you shoot, just watch the image in the monitor and follow the instruction guide.

Digital still mode: Use your camcorder as a camera to shoot digital images on SD™ memory cards—perfect for email.

USB 2.0 interface: This convenient feature allows you to transfer still pictures and video to your PC at high speed over a USB cable.


Format
Format: MiniDVD/DVD
Camcorders come in several different formats. The most common are MiniDV, MiniDVD, DVD, hard drive, Hi8 and VHS-C. See our Click & Learn library to find out which is the best format for you and your family.

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Format: Camcorders come in several different formats. The most common are MiniDV, MiniDVD, DVD, hard drive, Hi8 and VHS-C. See our Click & Learn library to find out which is the best format for you and your family.
MiniDVD/DVD
LCD screen size
LCD screen size: 2.7"
LCD screens allow you to frame, playback, and edit whatever you're shooting without looking through an eyepiece.

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LCD screen size: LCD screens allow you to frame, playback, and edit whatever you're shooting without looking through an eyepiece.
2.7"
Remote control
Remote control: No
Indicates a remote control is packaged with the unit for remote operation.

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Remote control: Indicates a remote control is packaged with the unit for remote operation.
No
Inputs and outputs
USB 2.0 output
USB 2.0 output: Yes
USB is a standard connection port on most PCs. This will allow you to quickly and easily connect and sync the device with your computer.

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USB 2.0 output: USB is a standard connection port on most PCs. This will allow you to quickly and easily connect and sync the device with your computer.
Yes
Firewire output
Firewire output: No
Also called i.Link and IEEE-1394, this connection transmits image and video data from your camera to your computer at speeds up to 400Mbps.

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Firewire output: Also called i.Link and IEEE-1394, this connection transmits image and video data from your camera to your computer at speeds up to 400Mbps.
No
Analog input
Analog input: No
An analog input allows you to connect your analog camcorder or VCR to your digital camcorder and copy old tapes into a digital format.

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Analog input: An analog input allows you to connect your analog camcorder or VCR to your digital camcorder and copy old tapes into a digital format.
No
Picture quality
Optical zoom
Optical zoom: 32x
Optical zoom is a measure of how close to your subject the camera can focus using the physical lens assembly.

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Optical zoom: Optical zoom is a measure of how close to your subject the camera can focus using the physical lens assembly.
32x
Digital zoom length
Digital zoom length: 1000x
Once a camera reaches the limits of its optical zoom range, it can use the digital zoom to blow up the information being captured by the image sensor. Digital zoom can get you in closer than optical zoom, but often at the expense of picture quality.

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Digital zoom length: Once a camera reaches the limits of its optical zoom range, it can use the digital zoom to blow up the information being captured by the image sensor. Digital zoom can get you in closer than optical zoom, but often at the expense of picture quality.
1000x
HD Recording
HD Recording: No
High-definition camcorders use a larger image sensor than standard camcorders to capture video at true high-definition resolutions. This requires at least a 2.07 megapixel video sensor. Video captured with an HD camcorder will look great on your HDTV.

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HD Recording: High-definition camcorders use a larger image sensor than standard camcorders to capture video at true high-definition resolutions. This requires at least a 2.07 megapixel video sensor. Video captured with an HD camcorder will look great on your HDTV.
No
Advanced imaging sensor
Advanced imaging sensor: No
CMOS sensors create much less video noise and consume less power than traditional sensors. 3CCD cameras use 3 image sensors to capture images, then combine the information to create an image that's much better than a single sensor could create.

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Advanced imaging sensor: CMOS sensors create much less video noise and consume less power than traditional sensors. 3CCD cameras use 3 image sensors to capture images, then combine the information to create an image that's much better than a single sensor could create.
No
Low light mode
Low light mode: Yes
Low-light mode allows you to capture video in conditions with less than ideal lighting.

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Low light mode: Low-light mode allows you to capture video in conditions with less than ideal lighting.
Yes
Built-in light
Built-in light: Yes
Camcorders with a built-in light will give you better results in low light conditions. Most built-in lights can be set to turn on automatically when needed.

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Built-in light: Camcorders with a built-in light will give you better results in low light conditions. Most built-in lights can be set to turn on automatically when needed.
Yes
Image stabilization
Image stabilization: Yes
Electronic and optical image stabilization systems compensate for normal hand shakiness and movement for clearer pictures and smoother videos.

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Image stabilization: Electronic and optical image stabilization systems compensate for normal hand shakiness and movement for clearer pictures and smoother videos.
Yes
Digital still capability
Digital still capability
Digital still capability: Yes
A camcorder's ability to capture still images and store them on a memory card like a digital camera.

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Digital still capability: A camcorder's ability to capture still images and store them on a memory card like a digital camera.
Yes
Resolution
Resolution: 680K pixels
Refers to the number of pixels a device is able to assign to pictures. The more pixels you have, the sharper the picture will look.

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Resolution: Refers to the number of pixels a device is able to assign to pictures. The more pixels you have, the sharper the picture will look.
680K pixels
Memory card slot
Memory card slot: Yes
These slots allow you to capture or transfer still photos to a memory card.

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Memory card slot: These slots allow you to capture or transfer still photos to a memory card.
Yes
General features
UPC 037988980314
Manufacturer's part number VDR-D230

Manufacturer Suggested Price: $449.99
Buy Now Only: $379.99

Weight: 6 lb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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