Aiptek - HD 720p - H.264 - MultiMediaCard - Standard SD
The A-HD performs 720P high definition video quality to provide a whole new high quality DV experience. One-touch recording allows you to capture stunning HD (1280 x 720 - 16:9 aspect ratio) video clips at 30 frames per second with advanced H.264 technology. Connect the camera to your TV/VCR/DVD player to record video clips, pictures, and audio recordings, and playback directly on the built-in 2.4" color LCD. Record Video from DVD's, TV, VHS, or from Any Device that has RCA outputs for ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Aiptek A-HD photo ]
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Dear user, thanks for purchasing this product. Much investment in time and effort has gone into its development, and it is our hope that it will give you many years of trouble-free service.
1. Do not drop, puncture or disassemble the camera; otherwise the warranty will be voided. 2. Avoid all contact with water, and dry hands before using. 3. Do not expose the camera to high temperature or leave it in direct sunlight. Doing so may damage the camera. 4. Use the camera with care. Avoid pressing hard on the camera body. 5. For your own safety, avoid using the camera when there is a storm or lightning. 6. Do not use batteries of different specifications. Doing so may lead to the potential for serious damage. 7. Remove the battery during long periods between usage, as a deteriorated battery may affect the functionality of the camera. 8. Remove the battery if it shows signs of leaking or distortion. 9. Use only the accessories supplied by the manufacturer. 10. Keep the camera out of the reach of infants.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subjected to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential installations. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television equipment reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: -Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. -Move the equipment away from the receiver. -Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. -Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. You are cautioned that any change or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void Your authority to operate such equipment.
FCC Compliance Statement:
Do not throw the appliance away with the normal household waste at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for recycling. By doing this you will help to preserve the environment.
Table of Contents
Getting Started... 1.
Knowing your camcorder parts.. 1 Installing the battery... 2 Charging the battery... 2 Inserting a memory card (optional)... 3 Turning on/off your camcorder... 3. Setting language.... 4. Setting time... 4. Reading LCD indicators... 5.
Basic Operations... 6
Recording a video clip... 6 Taking a still picture... 7 Playing back your recordings... 8 Playing back your recordings on PC... 9 Connecting the camcorder to TV... 10
Advanced Operations... 12
Menu operation... 12. Menu items in Camera mode... 12 Menu items in Playback mode... 13. Menu items in Setting mode... 14 Battery Life Indicator... 15. Battery Life.... 16 Storage Capacity... 16 Specifications... 17 System Requirements... 18
Knowing your camcorder parts
LED lights Battery cover Flash strobe
Tripod socket SD card slot (inside the battery cover) Status LED (left) / Charging LED (right) MENU button Shutter button Previous button/ Fast backward button Play/Pause button Next button/ Fast forward button Macro mode switch Zoom (in/out) button Record button AV OUT connector USB connector * HD OUT * Flash switch OK key/ Joystick 5-way White balance switch LED lights switch * inside the cover
Installing the battery
1. Slide the battery cover open as indicated. 2. Place the accessory Li-Ion battery into the compartment. Note that the metallic contacts must be aligned with the contacts in the compartment. 3. After the battery is properly installed, replace the battery cover.
Charging the battery
Please charge the battery at least 8 hours for first time use. 1. Connect the cable. Connect one end of the supplied AC adapter to the USB port of the camcorder and the other end to a wall outlet. OR Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB port of the camcorder and the other end to a powered PC. Make sure the camcorder is powered off. 2. The charging LED turns red and the charge starts. 3. When the charging is interrupted or the battery pack is fully charged, the charging LED will turn green.
When using a PC to charge the battery, do not power on the camcorder, or the charge will stop.
Inserting a memory card (optional)
To insert a memory card, do the followings: (1) Open the battery cover. (2) Gently push the card as indicated until the card reaches the bottom of the slot. To remove the memory card, gently push the card and it will pop up. Then pull the card out of the slot.
Turning on/off your camcorder
Open the LCD monitor or press and hold down the Power button for 1 second to turn on the camcorder. To turn off the camcorder, press and hold down the Power button for 1 ~ 3 seconds or close the LCD monitor.
If the camcorder is not turned on after pressing the Power button, please check: 1. The battery pack is well installed in the camcorder. 2. The battery pack has enough power left. If the camcorder stays inactive for a long period of time, it may automatically shut down due to the Auto-Off setting.
1. Power on the camcorder. 2. Press the MODE key to enter the MODE menu. 3. Use the Joystick switch to select the Setting mode and press OK to enter the menu screen. 4. Use the Joystick to select the Language item, and then Press OK to confirm. 5. Move the Joystick up/down to select a language. 6. When done, press OK to confirm the setting.
1. Power on the camcorder. 2. Press the MODE key to enter the MODE menu. 3. Use the Joystick switch to the Setting mode and press OK to enter the menu screen. 4. Use the Joystick to select the Date & Time item, and then Press OK to confirm. 5. Move the Joystick up/down to adjust value. Move the Joystick left/right to shift between fields. 6. When done, press OK to confirm the setting.
Reading LCD indicators
Mode icon Video resolution Picture resolution LED lights mode Macro mode Battery life Zoom ratio indicator SD card inserted
Remaining recordable time While Balance mode Exposure mode Flash mode Histogram mode Selftimer mode NightShot mode Recording time
The LCD will display 16:9 ratio while setting as HD (720P) video resolution. The LCD will display 4:3 ratio while setting as D1 (480P) or CIF video resolution. (Please refer to the page 7 for more detailed instructions.)
Recording a video clip
1. Adjust the focus: Normally the camcorder can auto focus without adjusting focus. If you want to take close-up pictures, you can push the Up button to switch to Macro mode ( ). Note: Please make sure your memory is inserted before recording. 30cm ~ (12 ~ )
5cm ~ 30cm (2 ~ 12) * At 1.5X fixed zoom 2. Zooming: Move the Zoom button up or down to zoom in or zoom out the screen. The optical magnification is 3X. 3. Press the Record button to start recording. 4. Press the Record button again to stop recording.
The zoom function is also available during recording (except in macro mode). If the surroundings are dark, you can switch the LED lights mode to On or Auto to help focus and lighting. Its normal that the camcorder will feel slightly warm with continuous use / recording due to its high performance.
Taking a still picture
5cm ~ 30cm (2 ~ 12) * At 1.5X fixed zoom 2. Zooming: Move the Zoom button up or down to zoom in or zoom out the screen. The optical magnification is Adjust other advanced settings if necessary. If the surroundings are dark, you can switch the LED lights mode to On or Auto to help focus and lighting.
3. Press the Shutter button half way down and hold for the camcorder to auto focus. When the focus frame turns green, press the button fully down to take a still picture.
Due to the sensor capture feature, the LCD preview and ratio of still picture capture will vary depending upon different video resolution settings. The image capture of the camera is set where as video resolutions are different. Video resolution HD(1280x720) Preview 16:9 ratio Taking pictures and focusing 4:3 ratio
Playing back your recordings
1. Press the MODE button and use the Joystick to switch to My Works mode. Or press the Play/Pause button ( ) on the left side of the LCD monitor. 2. There are two folders below My works: Video and Picture. Select Video or Picture, and then press the OK key to enter the index mode. 3. Operations in playback mode:
File type Index mode Shift between Index mode and Fullscreen mode Full-screen mode Shift between files 1. In Index mode: Use the Joystick to move the highlight box. 2. In Full-screen mode: Use the Joystick to move left or right. When selected (in full-screen mode), the file automatically starts playing. During playing/While paused, press the OK key. During playing, use the Joystick to move up or down. During playing, press the MENU button. Press the Shutter button. During playing, press the Next ( ) button. To stop, press the Play/Pause ( ) button. During playing, press the Previous ( ) button. To stop, press the Play/Pause ( ) button. While paused/stopped, press the Next ( ) button. ) While paused/stopped, press the Previous ( button. Use the Joystick to move up or down. When the zoom ratio is greater than 1.0x, press the OK key. When the zoom ratio is locked, use the Joystick to browse the picture. In Index mode, press the OK key to switch to Fullscreen mode. In Full-screen mode, press the MENU button to switch to Index mode. How to. Action
Start playing Pause/Resume playing Adjust the volume level Stop playing Video Return to the preview screen Fast forward Fast backward Select the next file Select the previous file Zoom in/out Picture Lock/Release zoom ratio Browse the enlarged picture
Playing back your recordings on PC
Please notice that the recorded videos are.mov format. So you need some special programs to view the recordings on PC. For first time use, please make sure you have QuickTime 7.0 player on your PC. If not, Please follow the below instructions to install the software first. Please download the QuickTime 7.0 player from the below website: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/win.html OR Please install the HD-DV DECODER program on the bundled CD. (* HD-DV DECODER is designed for playing back the.mov files recorded by our camcorder with Windows Media Player 10 & 11.)
Connecting PC and Save files
After the software is properly installed on your PC, please follow below procedures. 1. Turn on the camcorder. 2. Connect the camcorder (with SD card inserted) to your computer with the USB cable. 3. A dialogue window will appear automatically. Please select the item Open folder to view files and click OK. 4. If the dialogue window does not appear automatically, you may double click on My computer and open the Removable Drive. 5. Double-click on the DCIM file folder. 6. Double-click on the 100MEDIA file folder. 7. Copy the files you wish to keep and save them to the desired location on your computer.
Connecting the camcorder to TV
Please follow the below instructions to connect your camcorder and TV via accessory AV cables for real-time display. You can display your video clips and still pictures on your TV, sharing them with your friends and family.
Connecting the camcorder to HDTV
HD TV hereby means the TV built-in component input ports, thus can perform HD (720P) high resolution quality while connected.
(green) Component Video in (blue) (red) (red)
Component Audio in
<AV cable> (yellow)
(Do not plug in Yellow Cable) <Component Video cable>
1. Turn on your HD TV. 2. Turn on the Camcorder. 3. Plug one end of the component video cable into the (Component Video IN) port on the HDTV and the other end into the (HD OUT) port on Camcorder. 4. Plug one end of the other AV cable into the (Component Audio IN) port on the HDTV and the other end into the (AV OUT) port on Camcorder. (Please do not plug in the yellow connector to HDTVs AV-IN.) 5. Press the input switch mode on HD TV and select Component Input.
If you record an HD resolution clip while connected to your HD TV, the TV display video resolution will down size to D1 (480P) resolution due to data bit rate, but the recorded file will remain HD (720P) with no change.
Connecting the camcorder to Standard TV
TV = Traditional CRT TV
AV mode AV Out
Audio AV cable
1. Power on the camcorder. 2. Press the MODE key to enter the Mode menu. 3. Use the Joystick switch to the Setting mode and press OK to enter the menu screen. 4. Use the Joystick to select the TV-out item, and then press OK to confirm. 5. Move the Joystick up/down to select NTSC or PAL. NTSC or PAL system is different across countries, please refer to page 14 for the Flicker Setting table. 6. When done, press OK to confirm the setting. 7. Press the Shutter key to return to the preview screen. 8. Connect the audio and video ends of the AV cable (yellow/white/red color) to the TV AV-IN jacks. 9. Connect the other end of the AV cable to the AV out port on your camcorder.
The menu items provide several options for you to fine-tune your camera functions. The following table gives details on menu operations.
How to. Bring up the menu Move the highlight bar Enter sub-menu/Confirm an item Exit menu/Go back to upper menu Press the MENU button. Use the Joystick to move up or down. Press the OK key. Press the MENU button (when in sub-menu). Action
Menu items in Camera mode
Power-on Press the Menu button.
Video resolution Picture Resolution
HD D1 CIF 3M 5M
Set the video resolution to HD (1280x720 pixels). Set the video resolution to D1 (720x480 pixels). Set the video resolution to CIF (352x288 pixels). Set picture resolution to 3 mega pixels. Set picture resolution to 5 mega pixels. Enabling this setting allows you to take a photograph with a dark background. Since the shutter speed will slow down when taking photographs at a dark place, we recommend using a tripod to eliminate blurring from hand shake. Warning: Noise increases when Night Shot is enabled. The camera automatically adjusts white balance. This setting is suitable for outdoor recording in sunny weather. This setting is suitable for recording in cloudy weather or shady environments. This setting is suitable for indoor recording with fluorescent lamp lighting, or environments with high color temperature. This setting is suitable for indoor recording with incandescent lamp lighting, or environments with low color temperature.
Auto Sunny WB Cloudy Fluorescent Tungsten
Menu items in Camera mode (continued)
On Auto Off
The flash is forced to fire in every shot. The flash automatically fires when the lighting is insufficient. The flash is disabled. This setting allows you to add extra light when the lighting is insufficient during recording video clips. Make recordings in natural color. Make recordings in black and white. Make recordings in sepia-toned color. Manually adjust the exposure to gain better effect when the preview image appears too bright or too dark. A positive value indicates the image will be brighter than usual; while a negative value makes the image dimmer. Enable/Disable the selftimer. After the selftimer is turned on, the camera will have ten seconds delay before recording when the Shutter button is pressed. Enable/Disable image histogram display on the screen. Enable/Disable OSD (on screen display) icons to display on the screen.
Selftimer Histogram Icon
On/Off On/Off On/Off
Menu items in Playback mode
Power-on Press the MODE button Use the Joystick to switch to My Works mode Select Video or Picture folder Press the OK button Press the MENU button.
Item Option Yes/No Delete current file. Description
Delete all pictures and video/audio files stored in the memory. The camera displays images in sequence. Only JPEG pictures and the first frames of MPEG files will be displayed. You can press the Menu button to stop the slide show. Single, multiple, or all files can be locked. A locked file cannot be erased by a delete function. While the formatting function will erase all locked/unlocked files.
Slide Show Yes/No Lock
* If there are no files in the camera, no items will be seen.
Menu items in Setting mode
Power-on Press the MODE button Enter the Setting ( the MENU button.
Item Date & Time Beep Flicker Option On/Off 50Hz 60Hz HDTV NTSC Set date and time. Enable/Disable beep sound. Set flicker frequency to 50Hz*. Set flicker frequency to 60Hz*. Set TV system compatibility to HDTV. This option is suitable for HDTV. Set TV system compatibility to NTSC. This option is suitable for America, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea areas. Set TV system compatibility to PAL. This option is suitable for Germany, England, Italy, Netherlands, China, Japan, and Hong Kong. Enable/Disable OSD icons to display on the screen. Set LCD brightness. A positive value makes the LCD brighter; while a negative value makes the LCD dimmer. Format the storage medium. Note that all files stored in the medium will be gone. Cancel action. Disable Auto-off function. The camera automatically shuts down when staying inactive for over 1 minute. The camera automatically shuts down when staying inactive for over 3 minutes. The camera automatically shuts down when staying inactive for over 5 minutes. Lets you select the language used for OSD. Restore factory defaults. Note that your current settings will be overridden. Cancel action. Description
) mode Press
PAL Icon LCD Bright On/Off -2~+2 Yes No Off 1 min Auto Off 3 min 5 min Language Yes No
Menu items in Setting mode (continued)
* Flicker settings table:
Region Setting Region Setting England 50Hz Portugal 50Hz Germany 50Hz America 60Hz France 50Hz Taiwan 60Hz Italy 50Hz China 50Hz Spain 50Hz Japan 50/60Hz Netherlands 50Hz Korea 60Hz Russia 50Hz Thailand 50Hz
Battery Life Indicator
Icon Full battery life Moderate battery life Low battery life * The flash strobe and the LED lights will be disabled. Empty battery life Note: To avoid sudden outage of power supply, you are recommended to replace the battery when the icon indicates low battery life. Description
Still picture Number of shots 110 * shoot every 30 seconds ** flash is off *** resolution is set to 5M (2560x1920) Video clip Recording time (minute) 30 * resolution is set to HD (1280x720 pixels)
Note: This table is for your reference only. The actual battery life depends on your battery type and recharge level.
Memory SD card (256MB) SD card (512MB) SD card (1GB) SD card (2GB) SD card (4GB) Video (min.) HD 120 DCIF 640 Still picture 3M 3680 5M 2320
Note: The actual value of capacity may vary (up to 30%) depending on the color saturation and complexity of your subject and surroundings.
Item Model Image sensor 5 Mega-pixel camera 5 Mega (2592x1944 pixels) Still image: 3M/5M 1280x720 (HD) 720x480 (D1) 352x288 (CIF) 3X optical zoom lens MOV, JPEG 1280x720, up to 30fps 720x480, up to 30fps 352x288, up to 30fps SD (256MB ~ 4GB), speed rate 12X above 2.4 LCD Component out, NTSC/PAL system supported USB 2.0 Yes Yes Yes (both in still image and video modes) NP60 compatible Li-ion rechargeable battery Description
Lens File format Video frame rate External memory LCD display TV out Interface Microphone Speaker Night shot Battery
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notification.
System requirements are different in different video resolution settings:
Video Resolution PC system requirements OS = Windows XP SP2 or above (QuickTime 7.0 or above) CPU = Pentium 4 3.0GHz or above HD (1280x720) @30fps System RAM = 512MB (1GB recommended) Display card = nvidia Geforece 7600 or ATI X1600 or above with 256MB of RAM D1 (720x480) @30fps CIF (352x288) @30fps OS = Windows 2000/XP or above (QuickTime 7.0 or above) CPU = Pentium 4 1.5GHz or above System RAM = 256MB (512MB or above recommended) Display card = 64MB (128MB or above recommended)
FULLHD(1920x1080p)Camcorder 5Xopticalzoomwithrealtimeautofocus 3(7.6cm)HighQualityLCDdisplay 16MPstillimagecamera HDoutputviaHDMI
Aiptek AHD H350 is a high definition camcorder with Full HD 1080p Videorecordingand5xopticalzoomlens.Offeringastylishdesignand an excellent video quality AHD H350 is a great companion for HD recordings. A grand 3.0 high quality display makes recording and preview easy and comfortable. Combined with a 16MP still image camera and a voice recorder AHD H350 is a allinone solution for a brandnewDVexperience.
FULLHD1920x1080pprogressive30fps AVCH.264videocompressionrecordshighqualityvideoswhile maximizingthespaceinrecordingmedia 5Xopticalzoomwithrealtimeautofocus Macromodecaptures1cmcloseuppicture 3(7.6cm)diagonalHighQualityLCDdisplay EmbeddedYouTubeuploadsoftware SupportHDTVHDMIandNTSC/PALcompositeAVout Externalcardslotupto32GBSD/SDHC/MMC 3in1solution:Digitalcamcorder,stillimagecameraandvoice recorder
SensorType FrameRateat Videomode 5megapixel(2592x1944)CMOS sensor,1/2.5 FULLHD:1920x1080,30fps,16:9 HD720p:1280x720,30fps,16:9 VGA:640x480,30fps,4:3 QVGA:320x240,30fps,4:3 16M(4608x3456)interpolated 12M(4000x3000)interpolated 8M(3200x2400)interpolated 5M(2560x1920) 2M(1600x1200) AVC(AdvancedVideoCoding)H.264 (*.mp4),JPEG,WAV 32MB,ca.15MBforstorage SD/SDHC/MMCupto32GB 3(7.6cm)diagonal,270revisable, HighQualityLCD,960x240pixels 5XOpticalzoomwithautofocus 4X F3.5~F3.7,f=6.8~34.0mm Macrofocus:1cm~80cm, Normal:80cm~ 1/6~1/5000sec. FlashforStillPicture(Auto/On/Off) Redeyereduction Yes Auto/Sunny/Cloudy/Fluorescent/ Tungsten Yes(Off/10sec) Auto,EV:2.0~+2.0 Normal/Black&White/Classic Yes Yes Yes
Battery Dimension Colour Weight OSDLanguage ModelCode NP601200mAhLiIonrechargeable battery 117mmx59mmx63mm(LxWxH) black 290g(w/obattery) EN/DE/FR/IT/ES/PT/NL/RU V5ZH5P
Software OS: CPU RAM Other ArcsoftMediaImpression WindowsXPSP2/Vista/Win7 AMDorIntelCPUwith3.2GHzor multicoreCPU 1GB(2GBrecommended) Graphiccardwith256MBmemory 1freeUSBport Opticaldrive AppleQuickTime7.0orhigher
Fileformat InternalMemory ExternalMemory LCDDisplay OpticalZoomLens DigitalZoom ApertureRange FocusRange ShutterSpeed Flashlight Antiredeyes (IGBT) NightMode WhiteBalance Selftimer ExposureControl SpecialEffects VoiceRecorder Int.Speaker Int.Mic
PackageContent AHDH350,Battery,PowerAdapter, USBcable,HDMIcable,Handstrap, printedmanual,QSG,SoftwareCD
GiftboxLanguage ManualLanguage Dimension/Giftbox Weight/Giftbox Pieces/Carton Dimension/Carton Weight/Carton AIPTEKArtNo. EANCode Warranty EN/DE/FR/IT/ES/PT/NL/ NO/FI/SE/DK/RUS HandbuchEN/DE/FR/IT/ES QSG:EN/PT/NL/NO/FI/SE/DK/RUS 195mmx167mmx83mm 910g 10 445mmx405mmx370mm TBC 24Month
HDMI Composite PCConnection Yes Yes,NTSC/PALsupported USB2.0
Powersaving mode Inputpower supply Outputpower supply 1min/3min/5min/off DC:110240V,50/60Hz AC:5V,1A
Version:EN17/11/2010 Wereservetherightfortechnicalchangesandmistakes Forinformationaboutourproductsconcerning33(EC)No. 1907/2006(REACH)pleaserefertowww.aiptek.eu/reachinfo
The A-HD performs 720P high definition video quality to provide a whole new high quality DV experience. One-touch recording allows you to capture stunning HD (1280 x 720 - 16:9 aspect ratio) video clips at 30 frames per second with advanced H.264 technology. Connect the camera to your TV/VCR/DVD player to record video clips, pictures, and audio recordings, and playback directly on the built-in 2.4" color LCD. Record Video from DVD's, TV, VHS, or from Any Device that has RCA outputs for entertainment on the go! Equipped with 5 mega pixel CMOS sensor, the still image resolution of the A-HD is enhanced to 8 mega pixels. Auto-Focus helps you get the best pictures every time! 2x real time digital zoom allows you to Zoom In/Out while recording video! Review and playback you HD video clips and hi-res pictures in real time. LCD swivels 270° for unlimited video and photo taking. Enhance image quality while capturing photos in darker environments with your A-HD. Conveniently charge your new A-HD via the USB cable when connected to your PC or use the AC Charger cable included. No need to remove battery from camera. Connect your A-HD to your HDTV Component input ports to display your high definition video clips and still pictures, sharing them with friends and family. The A-HD allows you to use up to 8GB of SD card storage to record longer video before having to upload to your PC.
|Product Type||Camcorder - 720p|
|Camcorder Sensor Resolution||5.0 Mpix|
|Camcorder Effective Still Resolution||5.0 Mpix|
|Camcorder Interpolated Still Resolution||8.0 Mpix|
|Media Type||Flash card|
|Digital Zoom||2 x|
|Digital Video Format||H.264|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Video Capture||H.264 - 1280 x 720 - 30 fps H.264 - 720 x 480 - 30 fps|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card|
|Integrated Memory||6 MB|
|Image Storage||3200 x 2400 2560 x 1920 2048 x 1536|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Type||Lens - 7.45 mm - f/3.0|
|Focal Length||7.45 mm|
|Min Focus Range||19.7 in|
|Macro Focus Range||12 in - 19.7 in|
|Additional Features||USB 2.0 compatibility, built-in speaker, display brightness control, 16:9 widescreen mode, USB charging|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.4" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Rotating|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Type||Digital voice recorder|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WAV|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Connector Type||1 x composite video/audio (input/output) 1 x component video output 1 x USB|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x SD Memory Card|
|Certified for Windows Vista||Certified for Windows Vista software and devices have undergone compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security.|
|Supported Battery||Aiptek NP-60|
|Supported Battery Details||2 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 1000 mAh ( included )|
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