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Smooth 60fps frame rate and 2X digital zoom.
Extremely simple and easy to use.
FlipShare software for basic editing and sharing.
16-pin FlipPort allows third-party accessories.
Runs on both lithium ion cell and alkaline AAA.
Video quality not as good as previous models.
Fixed internal memory.
No still-image capture or resolution controls.
Less natural color.
Less contrast than previous generation.
No still image capture.
Micro HD jack.
Too expensive for too few capabilities
No 1080p or optical zoom.
Value is hurting compared to multi-role devices.
Visible compression and blur artifacts in video.
FlipPort is proprietary.
By Macworld UK on May 09, 2011
What the new 2-hour Cisco Flip UltraHD lacks in features, it makes up for in pure, elegant simplicity. The camcorder offers some slight improvements over its predecessor: It's thinner and less bulky - with a thickness of 22.3mm versus the old Flip...
By PC Advisor on April 27, 2011
Cisco's Flip UltraHD isn't very full-featured, but that's sort of the point. It definitely has its place, and it's a great option for children, the elderly, or anyone who just wants a quick way to shoot easily uploadable video without...
By PCWorld on April 26, 2011
It doesn't offer the same impressive video quality as its predecessors, but the final version of Cisco's Flip UltraHD pocket camcorder still dominates the field in ease of use....
By Trusted Reviews on March 02, 2011
The Flip defined the genre of the pocket Internet camcorder. But now there’s plenty of competition in the format, and most of the traditional names in the camcorder business have joined in too. Nevertheless, the Ultra has developed...
By Computeractive on February 22, 2011
Small, well-designed and making good-quality footage, but the high price is a shame...
By Gear Diary on January 29, 2011
If you want the ability to use an external microphone with your Flip look at the UltraHD. If you want the smallest, lightest option, look to the MinoHD. And if you want all the new features AND the best balance of price, weight and capacity look at the...
By Blogcritics on December 25, 2010
The Flip UltraHD Video Camera is not only easy to use, but very practical. If you need a camera (whether it's for work or leisure), this one is for you. The Flip Camera is very portable (considering it's 2.2 x 1.2 x 4.2 inches and 7.2 ounces)...
By Pocket-lint on December 23, 2010
A decent pocket camcorder, but the audio quality isn't brilliant and it's a little pricey compared to its...
By TechRadar on November 24, 2010
The Flip UltraHD is a decent pocket-friendly camcorder, then. And with the higher frame rate and image stabilisation added since last year, it's definitely the best Flip yet.We still struggle to see the value there, though, especially when there are...
By T3 Magazine on November 18, 2010
Why mess with a winning formula? Hence the new Flip UltraHD from Flip Video appears much the same as before, packing 8GB of integral memory for up to two hours of 720p HD footage in widely accessible MPEG4 file format, rather than Full HD, yet with...
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