By Stephen Schweickart Print Article
RISMedia, June 14, 2011—The Samsung Galaxy is one of the many newer sleek phones operating on the Android system that is finally reaching the realms of the iPhone world, and some even argue that it’s as good, if not better. With its 4-inch super AMOLED touch screen and new silver finish on the back, it’s quite the good-looking gadget—no wonder so many users are being drawn to it.
Coming fully equipped with an HD Camcorder that operates at a 30 frames per second speed, its video quality could be mistaken for video from an ordinary pocket camcorder. With broad resolution choices from 1280×720 to 176×144 and more, there’s no project too big or too small. Easily navigable, if you already have this phone, perhaps there is no real rush in obtaining a camcorder for your video needs as this little guy can probably do the trick.
Also offering options in white balance, special effects, choices among types of video quality, self-timer settings, etc.—there isn’t much it CAN’T do. And in addition to the already high-quality video abilities, its audio recording is above par.
And as noted above with the iPhone, the great thing about using a smartphone to capture video is its efficiency at sharing immediately via a simple upload or by way of quick email.
Stephen Schweickart is the co-founder of VScreen. For more information on this topic, visit VScreen’s blogsite at http://www.vscreen.com/blog/.
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