Thursday, July 9, 2009

RCA Small Wonder ~ Review

I am so excited to be able to review the new RCA Small Wonder EZ209HD. I received it perfect timing to use at my daughters all-star game and our Forth of July camping trip. I was really impressed when I received it. It is small and sleek. It is smaller then my camera. So it fits perfect anywhere but most of the time I had it on my wrist or in my back pocket.

After review the instruction manual & charging it. I decided to get a 4GB Micro SD memory card (it cost under $10) so I will have more recording time. It can hold up to a 16GB memory card.

So now I am ready to use my new fun gadget! I get it ready to use at my daughters softball game....... and I drop it on the concrete! No worries it still worked! It is so easy to use! It has several different modes to record in HD, Sports & WebQ.

One of my favorite features is that it also takes pictures! Yes one gadget to do two things. It's all about simplicity for me. Another get feature is that it charges, no batteries to buy. Yippie!

Everything was very simple from recording to downloading on my computer. This products get an A+ from me!

Here are some features on the RCA Small Wonder EZ209HD

HD Recording – Video Resolution: 1280 x 720 in H.264 format.
Slim Design – At roughly a half of an inch thick, the EZ209HD is the perfect size for your pocket.
Point-And-Shoot Simplicity – Small and portable, just aim and press RECORD.
Memory Card Slot – Allows recording to Micro SD memory cards. Supports up to 16GB Micro SD memory cards.
Resolution Modes – Record up to 8 hours in HD mode, up to 8 hours in Sports mode, or up to 40 hours in Web Quality
1 (with an optional 16GB memory card2 ).
Internal Memory – 256MB of internal memory.
Built-in Simple Software – Camcorder comes complete with integrated Memory Manager™ software that allows you to download video through high-speed USB connection to email or share video clips with family and friends. Activates automatically when camcorder is connected.
View Your Videos – View on PC or Mac
3.
Direct YouTube™ Uploading – Quickly and easily upload videos directly to YouTube™ with Memory Manager™.
Display – 2” LCD Display.
Easy TV Viewing – Watch your video clips on TV by connecting the camcorder using the included AV cable.
HDMI Connection – Connect to your HD TV using the built-in HDMI connection.
Still Photo Capture – Capture 8 megapixel4 still photos using the dedicated photo button.
Built-in Rechargeable Battery – Adapter included.
Accessory Kit Includes – AV Cable, Wrist Strap, USB Cable, and Battery Charging Adapter.



Check it out on Amazon.com HERE

7 comments:

Kristine St Clair said...

hehe, this is on my christmas wishlist.

Bill and Lorie Shewbridge said...

Sounds wonderful.... I think I, too, will have to ask Santa for one also!!
Thanks for the review, especially the part about the "drop" - I drop lots of stuff.

Julie Gordon said...

My son has one simular to this, He loves it and uses it all the time to make videos. So much better than the 2 ton camcorder I use..lol

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Anonymous said...

I truly believe that we have reached the point where technology has become one with our world, and I am 99% certain that we have passed the point of no return in our relationship with technology.


I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside... I just hope that as memory becomes cheaper, the possibility of downloading our memories onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's one of the things I really wish I could see in my lifetime.


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Anonymous said...

I have a love-hate relationship with virtual memory because of how prices are always,and I mean always falling. I hate buying SDs for my R4 / R4i at (seemingly) a bargain price only to see it become a whole lot cheaper a couple of weeks later.

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Anonymous said...

I'm in a love/hate relationship with digital memory because of how prices are always,and I domean always falling. I absolutely hate buying SD Cards for my R4 / R4i at (seemingly) a cheap price only to see it become a whole lot cheaper a few months later.

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