Cisco Flip Video Mino HD G2
Smooth digital zoom.
Good color and light balance.
Dead-easy to operated.
Attractive, compact design.
Solid 720p video.
Slightly slicker ultra slim yet functional design.
Large 2-inch LCD.
Integrated lithium ion rechargeable battery.
FlipShare software compatible with both Macs and Windows machines.
No still picture.
No memory card slot.
No image stabilizer and a little pricey for a 720p HD camcorder.
Should come with HDMI cable and charger.
Can shoot a little too bright indoors.
Zoom is only 2x.
Records in only one resolution.
By PC Pro on July 05, 2010
Superlative video quality and build, but needs to be considerably cheaper than this...67
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
In purchasing the Flip UltraHD, you must be willing to pay a little more for video quality without having still picture...63
By Trusted Reviews on May 03, 2010
Cisco’s Flip isn’t the only pocket Internet camcorder around, but its name is virtually synonymous with the concept. Nevertheless, the company isn’t sitting on its laurels. Almost exactly a year since the launch of the first , we now...60
By Expert Reviews on May 01, 2010
Flip's nifty little HD video camera has had a makeover. It now comes in a sleeker, more rounded, silver and black case, has double the storage and a larger, anti-glare...80
By Web User on April 21, 2010
This is a neat upgrade to the original Flip MinoHD. The extra recording capacity is an essential upgrade, while the HDMI port will give you instant access to your video ?if you want it. The Flip range is all about speed of access, with great...80
By CNET UK on April 15, 2010
The second-generation MinoHD is certainly the prettiest Flip Video camcorder yet. It's wonderfully simple to use and marvellously pocketable too. If only it shot 1080p video...82
By Expert Reviews on April 13, 2010
Flip's excellent UltraHD packed into a sleeker casing. It's a great little camcorder, but doesn't do enough to fully justify the price rise over its lardier sibling....80
By TechRadar on April 01, 2010
In the end it doesn't even have to come down to a value call between the Vado HD and this MinoHD 8GB edition.We were expecting it to be much more of a close run thing, but the Flip camera is simply too expensive in the context of the competition.The...60
By Pocket-lint on March 26, 2010
If you are happy to pay for the good looks, the Flip Mino HD will give you good footage in the right conditions. The sound is not great however, and rival devices now offer a wider range of features that make the Flip look a little limited in its...70
By eTech Reviews on March 25, 2010
Thumbs Up:FlipShare compatible with Windows and Mac computers; HDMI output; very simple and easy-to-use; Ultra-slim body; excellent 720p video quality.Thumbs Down:Relatively expansive; no HDMI cable; lacks SD/MMC card slot for external storage.The...-