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>> Hi there. I'm Natalie del Conte with the First Look at the Samsung NV 24HD. Now what this camera is it's obviously a still camera; it shoots 10 megapixel pictures but what's also cool about is it's a consumer HD video camera. It shoots 720p at a frame rate of either 15 or 20 seconds. It comes with its own video editing software although that's limited capability this is not a final cut pro; it's a consumer product. It also has HDMI capability so you can plug it into your HD TV and watch either your photos or your videos. It has a remote control as well so you can sit on your couch and control your videos, you can control your photos. This is a prototype so it doesn't actually shoot. So there are a few questions I do have about this. I don't know how much battery life it has just yet, although this battery seems to be dying on me so I have a replacement. I also don't know how much internal memory it has yet. I'm assuming you will need a memory card or a memory stick. It costs 349 dollars and it will be available in March. I'm Natalie del Conte and this is CNET at CES 2008.
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