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Samsung SMX-F34

The Samsung SMX-F34 is a serviceable inexpensive standard-definition camcorder, but the money goes more to storage and the megazoom lens than to video quality.

August 24, 2009

3 stars Editors' rating August 24, 2009
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Samsung SMX-K40 and SMX-K44: When is an HD camcorder not an HD camcorder?

The Samsung SMX-K40 and SMX-K44 camcorders were announced today, but we wouldn't believe a word of it if we were you

By July 14, 2009

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Samsung SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 camcorders--photos

Samsung's SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 add to the company's standard-def camcorder lineup and feature the company's Active Angle Lens.

5 Images By April 29, 2009

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Samsung SMX-F50 standard-def camcorder announced

If HD isn't for you, Samsung's got a tiny camcorder it'd like to sell you.

By January 5, 2011

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Samsung SMX-C20 and HMX-M20 mini camcorders: Don't lose them

High-definition camcorders are getting pretty wee these days, and the SMX-C20 and 1080p HMX-M20 manage to be both small and comfortable to hold

By January 20, 2010

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Samsung SMX-F34 camcorder

The Samsung SMX-F34 is a serviceable inexpensive standard-definition camcorder, but the money goes more to storage and the megazoom lens than to video quality.

August 26, 2009

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Samsung HMX-R10, SMX-FX34: SD and HD in your pocket

Samsung has debuted two new pocket camcorders at CES 2009, the HMX-R10 for high definition and SMX-FX34 for standard def

4 Images By January 9, 2009

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Embargo Lifted: Secrets from SMX Now Unleashed

Secrets from the "Give It Up" panel session at Search Marketing Expo finally revealed to the masses

By July 5, 2007

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Samsung extends ergo-camcorder lineup by two

The Samsung SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 standard-def digital camcorders feature the company's Active Angle Lens.

By April 29, 2009

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Samsung pumps out another compact "YouTube" camcorder

Samsung extends its standard-definition, flash-based camcorder lineup with the SMX-F34, a "YouTube" cam that adds one, debatably useful feature.

By January 7, 2009