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World's First Ssd Memory Camcorder Hits The Australian Market With Samsung's Hmx-h105

World's First Ssd Memory Camcorder Hits The Australian Market With Samsung's Hmx-h105

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Sydney, June 16 2009 - A new hallmark for premium quality video, images and optimal usability will hit the market this June, with the launch of the world's first Solid State Drive (SSD) Camcorder - Samsung's HMX-H105.

The first camcorder to feature this innovative memory system, the HMX-H105 sports a wide array of features that compliment the advantages of SSD - including 32GB internal memory to ensure you never have to delete on the go and truly eye popping 1080p video recording functionality.

SSD memory technology is the perfect partner for the camcorder user. It features a wide range of benefits which directly suit video recording. Firstly, SSD operates silently with minimal heat emission and features no moving parts; significantly reducing power use and making the camcorder more durable and shock resistant compared with hard disc drive (HDD) or removable memory options. SSD also offers a significantly faster boot-up and playback and record speeds than HDD, bringing this camcorder into the top tier of video recording products. Consumers will literally never miss a moment.

Sagar Dave, Digital AV Marketing Manager, Samsung Electronics Australia commented: "By using this innovative memory technology in our flagship camcorder model, we feel like we're unlocking the full potential of camcorder as a medium. No longer just a futuristic technology, SSD will provide a more energy efficient, easily accessible and reliable filming experience.

"Consumers looking for the ultimate video quality in a small, slim-lined package have found their match in the HMX-H105."

In addition to the whopping 32GB memory, the HMX-H105 offers the ability to record Full HD - providing the ability to record memories in crystal clear 1080p. Amateur filmmakers will be able to premier their video recording skills, by showcasing their work with unprecedented ease on Full HD TVs. The camcorder supports HDMI input, eliminating the need for clumsy docking stations and ensures a seamless interplay between the camcorder and the television.

Featuring a wide angle focal length Schneider lens, the HMX-H105 allows you to fit more scenery into each frame. The camcorder also provides a HD Time Lapse recording mode that lets you record a single image at a pre-selected interval and will save each image as one single movie file. Additionally, the camcorder can capture 4.7 megapixel digital still photos. With the same sensor as many dedicated digital still cameras, the inbuilt CMOS sensor produces superlative results in still images in addition to videos.

Complete with 37mm HD lens for wide angle focus, Optical Image Stabilisation and supporting innovative H.264 video compression (meaning you can fit more on your hard drive than before) this new offering from Samsung will be popular with consumers looking for the very latest. The HMX-H105 retails for RRP $1199 and is available in the Australian market from June 2009.

For more information, please contact:
Anna Szulerecka - Weber Shandwick for Samsung
T: 61 2 9994 4254 | M: 61 438 575 692
E: [email protected]

About Samsung Electronics
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2007 consolidated sales of US$105 billion. Employing approximately 150,000 people in 134 offices in 62 countries, the company consists of two main business units: Digital Media & Communications and Device Solutions. Recognised as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is a leading producer of digital TVs, memory chips, mobile phones and TFT-LCDs. For more information, please visit www.samsung.com.au
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