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RCA Small Wonder line gets four new models

The easy-to-use camcorder line RCA has dubbed Small Wonder is getting four new models.


RCA is updating the Small Wonder line with four new YouTube-ready digital camcorders. All of the cameras ship with easy-to-use software that allows users to edit, upload, and share their clips via or YouTube. Aimed at those consumers who want a tapeless, hassle-free way to capture video on the fly, RCA is offering four different models including one top-of-the-line camcorder that shoots in 720p. All Small Wonder camcorders allow for memory expansion--some via SD, others through a microSD slot. As you can see from the picture, the EZ205 has a flip-out screen, but the press material we were supplied with does not say how the rest of the camcorder screens are positioned.

The EZ300HD comes with 2GB of internal flash memory and can shoot 30 minutes worth of 720p footage or 6 hours in regular mode. Targeted toward those who are always on the run, the EZ210 Traveler will retail for $149.99 and comes with a 2.4-inch LCD screen and shock-proof battery contacts. Like the 300HD, this will also come packed with a 2GB internal flash drive.

For a more compact solution, RCA offers the $99.99 EZ205 pocket camcorder packed with a 1GB microSD card that will allow for up to 30 minutes of DVD-quality video. Finally, the skinnable EZ200 MyLife camcorder features a Web Photo button that allows for single-frame capturing and will retail for $89.99.