The Flip Video Ultra

A Video Camera you can take anywhere.

The Flip Video Ultra Series is the newest member in Pure Digital's popular Flip Video family of digital camcorders, the world's first camcorders with on-board software to enable editing, organizing, and seamless video uploading to AOL, YouTube and other video sharing sites. This is ideal for coaches that want to create a quick analysis of an Athlete's performance and email it to them.

Flip Video Ultra's built-in software greatly expands the range of possibilities for users to enjoy and share their video. New features make it simple to edit clips, create custom movies, and even capture still photos from video. For the first time, the software simplifies video sharing by directly integrating with popular sharing sites like AOL and YouTube to provide a seamless experience for both private and public video sharing. This allows consumers to share their videos as easily as they would digital photos -- a trend pioneered by Pure Digital.

The Flip Video Ultra Series is available nationwide starting September 12, 2007. The 60-minute (2GB) model is priced at $179.99 and is available in four colors -- white, black, orange and pink, while the 30-minute (1GB) model is $149.99 and comes in white and black. For more information check out The Flip

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    Dave Phillips is one of the founders of the Titleist Performance Institute in Oceanside, California; he is Class A member of the PGA of America and has devoted the past 18 years to becoming a world-class instructor. He has his own television show on the golf channel, Golf Fitness Academy, and is regularly featured as a writer in several major golf and sports publications as well as on his site MyTPI.com. When he is not working at the Titleist Performance Institute, Phillips lectures around the world on golf-specific fitness and sports technology.

     

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