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ultrahd

Review

Flip UltraHD series (2010

The Flip UltraHD 1 Hour is an OK entry-level mini camcorder if you just need something simple to shoot and share video, but there are better options.

Sep. 30, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating Sep. 30, 2010
Review

Flip UltraHD series (2010

The Flip UltraHD 2 Hour is a solid update to an excellent mini camcorder, while staying as simple to use as the original.

Sep. 19, 2010

4 stars Editors' rating Sep. 19, 2010

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Flip UltraHD

The Flip Video UltraHD may not be the sexiest mini camcorder out there, but it offers a respectable feature set and some of the best video we've seen from this type of cheap, YouTube-friendly camcorder.

Apr. 29, 2009

4 stars Editors' rating Apr. 29, 2009
Video

Flip UltraHD

Flip's UltraHD is back with better video, more storage, and a new accessory port.

By Jan. 21, 2011

Gallery

LG shows off 84-inch, ultra-HD 3D TV

We thought Samsung had made the largest 3D LCD TV in the world -- until we paid a visit to LG's stand at the CES trade show.

3 Images Jan. 8, 2011

Article

Flip UltraHD and MinoHD refreshed: FlipPort accessories on the way

New versions of the Flip UltraHD and MinoHD mini-camcorders boast assorted new features, including a FlipPort socket for accessories.

By Sep. 20, 2010

Article

Flip refreshes UltraHD and MinoHD video cams

Cisco Systems debuts four Flip Video mini camcorders with better video, image stabilization, and a new accessory port. Check out our full review of the new UltraHD, too.

By Sep. 19, 2010

Video

Flip Video UltraHD

The Flip Video UltraHD may not be the sexiest minicamcorder out there, but it offers a respectable feature set and some of the best video we've seen from this type of cheap, YouTube-friendly camcorder.

Apr. 30, 2009

Article

Reviewed: Flip UltraHD and Flip Ultra

CNET reviews the new Flip Ultra and Flip UltraHD minicamcorders.

By Apr. 29, 2009

Article

Over-the-air 4K broadcast of French Open? You bet

The new HEVC standard can squeeze 3,840x2,160 pixels at 50 frames per second into a radio-frequency broadcast. Not many have the high-end electronics needed to watch, though.

By May. 27, 2014