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Flip Ultra Video Camera - White, 4 GB, 2 Hours (2nd Generation) OLD MODEL?
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Flip Ultra Video Camera - White, 4 GB, 2 Hours (2nd Generation) OLD MODEL
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In my opinion, this is an excellent camcorder for a novice, or someone who just wants an easy to use camcorder that is small and compact. I personally don't need more than 2 hours recording time and it's wonderful not having to purchase tapes.
The price is actually less than many digital cameras. I've wanted to own a camcorder for a long time, and the Flip Ultra has finally met my standards for: quality, value, and ease of use.
I consider this one to be the younger brother to the MinoHD, with lower video quality, but also some things I like better than the HD model. Therefore I'm giving this 3.5 stars, and here is why.
Here's what I like BETTER:
1. the larger viewing screen on the camera - as compared to the HD version, this one has a much better viewing screen and a much better field of vision. the HD version has to be some distance away from what you're filming in order to get a good view, but with the ultra you can be much closer to your subject and still see all around them
2. more space - 120 minutes means I can carry this thing with me all day and take create 640x480 video, up to 2 hours worth, and that's important if you're out and about (although I wish there was a way to put a memory card into it for more space)
3. The product has a better surface for holding and gripping the camera. The HD version is glossy and slick, where as the Ultra version has a more matte finish on the case so it's easier to hold.
Here's what I don't especially care for:
1. It requires batteries. The HD model is rechargeable, so you just plug it into the USB on your computer and the battery recharges itself. The Flip Ultra takes AA batteries, and while you certainly can use rechargeable batteries, I consider this a step backward. (the batteries also add weight)
2. it's only 640x480 - this is pretty much bottom end for video capture these days, especially when most digital cameras are now able to record in HD dimensions; if you are super concerned about presenting your finished video in HD, this product is NOT for you
What is the same?
1. The USB plug is a flip-out in both models, you just press on the release latch and the USB plug flips out - just plug it into your computer and the software starts up automatically (note that the ultra version does have the latest version of the software which has some additional picture capture and uploading options - you can get this from the website too)
2. From power on, to ready to go, both cameras are FAST. Push the power button, set the date/time (only first time you turn it on) and the camera is ready to go. Push the record button and you're off. Much faster than many digital cams on the market.
3. One button recording - same on both, it's a big red button that you can't miss.
4. Good sound quality. The mic on the front of the device gets the sound quite well, without the need for external mic.
5. TV output cable and plug. If you want to show your video on a TV without having a computer around, you can use the included audio/video plug to watch your movies (just remember that your battery will run down faster)
Overall I think this is a great addition to the Flip video line - just consider it the more consumer version vs. prosumer (HD level). For the price, storage space, and ease of carrying it everywhere, I'm giving it 3.5 stars. I removed 1.5 stars because of lack of rechargeable features, and it's slightly heavier than the HD model.
It is EXTREMELY easy and user-friendly. You take your movies with a push of a button, then just plug it into your computer. Automatically it will load built-in software to your PC or laptop, and the software is so simple to use! A monkey could do it! ;) You can take a whole bunch of movies and edit them, and combine them to make your own longer movie. You can add sound to your movie that is in the software, or load your own music from an MP3. You can use sound in lieu of dialog in your movie, or in conjunction with it. You can make the music louder or softer than the dialog in your movie. You can add titles and credits. You can take your movie and share it with the click of your mouse to YouTube, Facebook, and other sites. You can also scroll through your videos and make pictures out of any freeze frame shot you want. All of this is built-in to this little camera, and is VERY simple to use. If I can use it, anyone can.
If you are recording at something like a concert (which some artists/venues do allow), be advised that the sound will be better than the video. Darker surroundings don't record real well, and the spotlight on the artist will result in them looking like a white ghost with no facial features on your video. What's not in the spotlight will look better on the video. The best videos are produced in daylight, outdoors. But the sound is awesome and if you are wanting to document an event more for the music than the video, go for it.
My only real gripe is that this thing eats batteries like nobody's business. I've tried everything... regular ones, lithium ones (supposedly 8x longer), and rechargeable ones. Eats them all up...and it doesn't give me any warning, it just shuts down in the middle of recording something. If I recall, it used to tell me when the batteries were dying, but somehow that feature stopped working and now... nothing. The last time I recorded at a reunion, I thought my batteries were fairly new (lithium ones), and then it just stopped working an hour into the event. I hadn't prepared properly by bringing spares... and had to leave the reunion and run to a gas station to buy batteries. Kind of a hassle, but taught me to always bring spares from now on.
Other than the battery issue, I love this little camera. When it finally dies, I will buy another one. I've had it almost a year now, and have gotten MORE than my money's worth on it.