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Irvine-based Toshiba America unveils 2 HD digital camcorders

The 4.7-ounce CAMILEO P100 and 3-ounce CAMILEO B10 are both priced under $200.

By Danielle GautPublished: June 16, 2011

Toshiba's new CAMILEO B10 camcorder
The Digital Products Division of Irvine-based Toshiba America Information Systems this week introduced two small HD camcorders priced under $200.

Both products exhibit an array of features that include face tracking, time-lapse, enhanced zoom functions and motion detection. These models can also act as 16-megapixel still cameras and can be used with Mac OS and Windows-based systems. 

The $179.99 CAMILEO P100 weighs 4.7 ounces. Compared to the traditional digital zoom function, the P100’s advanced zoom surpasses its standard optical equivalent and shows images and videos on its 3-inch-diagonal LCD touchscreen display. In camcorder mode, the P100 features an 8-times advanced zoom and can offer up to a 5-times optical zoom when in camera mode. This model also includes pause recording.

Priced at $119.99, the 3-ounce rectangular-shaped CAMILEO B10 camcorder offers 16-times digital zoom and features a 2-inch-diagonal LCD.

“We’ve received great consumer response to our CAMILEO line, which has encouraged us to continue expanding the line,” said Paul Collas, director of accessory marketing for Toshiba America’s Digital Life Products and Services division. “Toshiba prides itself on creating products packed with key features that meet consumers everyday needs and are available at all price ranges – and the CAMILEO P100 and CAMILEO B10 are prime examples of just that.”

The CAMILEO P100 and B10 are available at computer and electronics stores nationwide, as well as online at toshibadirect.com.

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