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The Ion Twin Video's dual-lens design makes it easy to record yourself and what's in front of you. It comes with handy accessories including a 2GB SD card.
Dual camera make recording yourself and others super easy; comes with SD card; inexpensive
Unlike other pocket video cameras, the Twin Video requires a cable to connect to a computer and charge, and software isn't embedded in the device. Also, it records in VGA resolution only, and the built-in mics are a little weak and there's no mic
Not HD; no Mac software included This post was written by: Larry Greenberg - who has written 761 posts on Gear Diary. I have always had a passion for gear and gadgets. It all started for me with the release of the very first Palm Pilot. I've always
By cnet on April 27, 2011
The Ion Twin Video makes putting yourself in movies easy, but the rest of the package isn't as...
By Gear Diary on June 01, 2010
Review: TWIN VIDEO, the World’s First Dual Lens Video Camera Posted on 04 November 2010 by Larry Greenberg Vlogging is a very popular activity these days. If you’re not familiar with it, the process involves recording a video-diary of your...
By CNET.de on June 30, 2011
Mit dem Ion Twin Video kann man sich zwar sehr leicht selbst in Aufnahmen einbinden, aber der Rest der Feature-Liste ist nicht unbedingt berauschen. Fanden Sie diesen Testbericht nützlich? ...
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