[CES 2012] It can get rather hard to be excited by a spanking new camcorder these days – after all, if it is not in the high end department, surely there must be a killer feature to differentiate it from the rest of the competition? Samsung fails to do that with their Q20 and QF20 camcorders this CES, preferring instead to go along with the crowd where it will come with a 5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with 20x optical zoom, Optical Image Stabilization Duo, the ability to shoot video in Full HD resolution (1080i@60fps), Art Time Lapse for some variety in your shots, and built-in WiFi connectivity for the QF20 only, paving the way for wireless data transfer over your home network.
To make sure you do not simply drop the Q20 or QF20, SwitchGrip II is implemented by Samsung to make sure your fingers are able to wrap around it properly. Out in March later this year, the Samsung Q20 will retail for $299, and if you want the WiFi-enabled QF20, you will have to pony up another $50.
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