Samsung is going aggressive late on this month. After revealing a bunch of cameras, they’ve also unveiling two mini HD camcorders that will send chills down to their existing competitors’ spine (thanks to the exceptional features). The code name for the HD Camcorders is HMX-U15 and HMX-U20, both share the same general specs as having 2-inch LCD, recording resolution at 1920×1080 and image stabilization.
The most important distinction between Samsung HMX-U15 and HMX-U20 is the feature of 3x optical zoom and the ability to take a still images out of the moving objects. Samsung HMX-U15 can only take still pictures while Samsung HMX-U20 can do both 3x optical zoom and still image capturing.
According to TFTS, the still images taken from U15 equivalent of a 12-megapixel camera, while the HMX-U20’s result is equivalent to 20MP digital camera. Both camera can record 1080p video at 30fps, will be encoded into H.264 files.
As for connection, it has an USB port where you can use USB cable to hook up with your computer. You can also find a HDMI port for HDTV viewing. Both model will be available in blue, red, silver, and black. Samsung HMX-U15 and HMX-U20 will cost you about $229 and $249, respectively. Expect to see this two model of HD Camcorders to hit the store in this Spring 2010.