If ya watch the Travel Channel for any program, they seem to somehow work the Flip video camera into each episode.
So,, what the hey, I bought one.
Ya get an hour record time on a built-in flash card, easy to operate, has all the software pre-loaded to slam into your computer with a cool pop-out USB connector,, I like it, in theory.
It's tough to load into your computer though.
Just a very slow fussy process really, with blind icons to deal with while learning.
Ya need patience, lots of patience.
Once ya get the hang of it,, it's cool.
Has a zoom that works pretty good, easy playback and delete too.
Bought it at Best Buy for $120 with a $20 rebate. For some reason, it still cost $140.
I loaded a few videos we shot water skiing onto You Tube. The Flip has all the You Tube process in their software that loads to your computer.
It doesn't exactly work like the Flip instructions say it will.
You can mix a movie with its built in software, but uploading to You Tube got me the same old first test video of our mean cat washing himself no matter what other video we selected.
So simply turning it off, then back on, seemed to "install" your latest project.
Cantankerious for those of us over 14 years old.
So,, when we get that figured out,, no IF we get that figured out,, I'll post some You Tube test links so you can check it out.
It's going to be a spell.- And it might be our mean cat washing himself.