It’s very easy to carry around and use just for a few minutes at a time, no bulky bags or set-up hassles. The Pocket DV2’s images are a long way from the worst I’ve seen from a toy-cam, but at full by resolution, they’re still obviously shot with a cheap sensor through a somewhat questionable lens. It’s got some built-in memory, but it can also accept a Type I CompactFlash card, of up to Mb capacity; insert a card and it’ll save to that instead of its internal memory. I payed [a fair amount of money]and it was worth that, and it’s cheaper now so I’d say get it before it’s gone! And there’s some version or other of Microsoft’s free-to-download-and-included-in-current-Windows-versions NetMeeting , and an Adobe Acrobat PDF version of the paper documentation. Luckily, Batteries Plus Bulbs also sells high-quality batteries for digital cameras. VirtualDub doesn’t seem to be able to capture direct from the Pocket DV2 in tethered mode.
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The full by image from the D60 would be a gigantic file even after recompression, but for a quick resolution and sharpness comparison, here’s the Pocket DV2’s view of the Beach Palace Hotel, with its distinctive beach-ball dome:.
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Aiptek Pocket DV2 Manuals
Page 37 Set Settings Your camera has default flicker settings. Many current consumer digital cameras can shoot video clips of respectable length, and ought to be better at it than the Pocket DV2. CompactFlash cards, however, worked perfectly in this second camera as well. View Cart Proceed to checkout. I really like this little thing. See and discover other items: There’s a slide switch, revealed by opening the LCD, that lets you turn it on and off.
The bad part was that sometimes, unpredictably, when I turned the camera off poclet plugged it into my PC, everything in the internal memory vanished. Fortunately, there’s a way around this problem. Aiptek recommend you run the Pocket DV2 from “high performance” alkaline AAs, but my bench power supply and ammeter suggest otherwise.
So I got hold of a second Pocket DV2 to test.
Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. There seems to be some kind of industry rule that every cheap PC video product has to come with at least one Ulead product, but that’s generally not so bad; it’s the applications with the toy-cam maker’s logo on them that usually drive users to drooling and gibbering.
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Turning on the Pocket DV2’s backlight kicked the current draw up to some mA; the backlight adds about mA to anything the camera does. By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page. Now, this picture was shot with a watt flood light illuminating the ceiling, so the room was rather brighter than it’d normally be at night.
No recompression, no fades pockt wipes, not necessarily even a soundtrack change.
Pages with related products. Audio files from the Pocket DV2 seem to be exactly the 3. So editing it should be really easy, right?
Aiptek Pocket DV2 Manuals
I have found no way to this point to brighten the pictures up. Everything makes a noise when you move the mouse cursor over it.
It should be fine with less, um, challenged software. QTY Add to Cart. When your battery needs replacing, you can Trust the Plus to get your camera df2 again. Those of you who live somewhere where, as I write this, you can’t go outside with wet hair lest it freeze and snap off, have my deepest and most insincere sympathy. I could have just panned around the office, or shot some video of passing cars, or something, but the heck with that. Practically every proper integrated-lens digital camera has a zoom lens, and very useful they are too.
I’ve had this camera for about 4 months now Or use pkcket 1.
If you’re a digital photographer who’s got a handful of CompactFlash cards bouncing around in the camera bag already, a Vd2 DV2 will probably fit in there as well, and will give you a voice recorder, a USB memory card reader, and a still and video camera that you can hand to a six-year-old without having heart palpitations.
It’s got an optical viewfinder, of sorts, and a little LCD screen too. The Pocket DV2 is very simple to use, despite its plethora of functions.
Saving uncompressed video, saving a clip with no keyframe interval so it’ll have one keyframe at the beginning and then nothing but delta frames; that sort of thing. Press to select mode.