Vivitar's budget cams


You may remember a month or so ago Vivitar debuted the DVR-390H, a digital camera with a 20 Gigabyte hard disk that also played back MP3 and MPEG4 video files. At CES the company has been ramping up its range with a host of budget digital cameras and flash based video cameras. Pick of the bunch is the DVR310, a fairly neat looking cam that kind of reminds us of Sanyo’s well received Xacti snappers. The spec is pretty good too with 3 mega pixel still images, a 1.5inch LCD, MP3 playback and VGA (640×480) video resolution. The only downer is rather paltry 16Mb of internal memory – thought this of course can be upgrade by adding SD cards. Still with a price of $199, which ought to translate to around 120 quid in the UK, it seems pretty good value. More here

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