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Best Portable Camcorder – Flip Mino HD Review!

After having months of using my Aiptek 1080P HD camera, I’ve decided that I finally had enough of the bad microphone, bad zoom, MOV files only, and bad night filming so I bought the Flip Mino HD.  (Btw, Aiptek and MinoHD are about the same prices, highly recommend MinoHD over Aiptek, don’t waste your money on Aiptek, it sucks!)

This Flip Mino HD camcorder is probably the best portable HD camcorder for your money.  Not only is Flip Mino HD about the size of your cellphone, it practically does everything it needs to, including recording crisp 720P HD videos.

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I am going to Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4RlGOkTsng

(Do you like my new T-shirt?)

Well, sorry for no posts today, I will be going to the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, bringing my HD Aiptek to record some Web 2.0 stuff.

If you are going too, just look for the guy with “Zedomax.com” T-shirt, that’s me and I will be giving out freebie interviews to be posted on this site.

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Best Pocket Projectors Review!

Well, it’s that time of the year, yes, we have bunch of pocket micro projectors you can buy.

Whether you are using for your next business or your next movie (practically anywhere where there’s a wall), you can get it and it will cost you less than $300 for most micro projectors.

First up we have the Optoma PK-101 Pico Pocket Projector priced

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HD Video DIY – How to Edit MOV files or convert it to AVI!

Well, I have been messing around with my new Aiptek HD 1080P camcorder that I got for $150 on Amazon and I have to say it’s worth your money if all you need is high quality videos at low prices.

Anyways, the only problem I had so far was with the native MOV files, which won’t work with my Microsoft Movie Maker.

The best and free solution I found was from RAD Video Tools program,

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HD Camera/Camcorder Review Under $200!

Well, I am about to buy an HD camera/camcorder so I figured I’d do a market analysis (or review) of all the HD camera/camcorders out there that are under $200.

For one, I am looking for following qualities in an HD camera:

    HD quality (at least 720P) videos – I want to be able to record high-res videos that I can also upload to high-res video websites. Ability to use SD cards for extra memory or a hard disk – I don’t want a fixed internal memory, that’d make the camcorder completely useless if I am on a boat and I run out of memory.  (No, I don&

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