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Camcorder Battery Video

clock October 25, 2011 23:25 by author Jeremy

eBatts.com provides customers with replacement aftermarket camcorder batteries, camcorder chargers and camcorder accessories. Watch our new camcorder battery and charger video below to get a glimpse as to why our products are superior to other brands.

Not only do our batteries contain only the highest quality cells, but we also make sure they pass UN Testing and achieve certain safety requirements. Each of our products come with a one year warranty, meet or exceed OEM specifications, and are 100% OEM compatible.

Purchase a replacement video camera battery and video camera charger today.

 

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Best Products of 2010

clock December 31, 2010 01:02 by author Jeremy

With the new year approaching, we thought it would be nice to look back and reminisce over the new devices and products that came out. Instead, we found ourselves wondering: which of these did consumers actually like, and which were "best"? To answer that question, we've turned to several other blogs, to see what they thought which products were best and why.

In case you own one of the following products, be sure to check EBatts.com for batteries, chargers, and other accessories to go with your laptop, cell phone, digital camera, or camcorder.

Laptops: The writers at cnet.com have compiled a list of 5 laptops from 2010. These simple suggestions ignore the specifics of price ranges, screen size, specifications, and instead just serve as a reference for overall-great laptops. Videos and full-reviews are provided in the link.

1) Apple MacBook Pro

2) Toshiba Portege R705-P35

3) HP Envy 17

4) Samsung QX410-J01

5) Dell XPS 15

 

Phones: Once again, cnet.com provides the information. Their review over the best cell phones of 2010 is split between regular cell phones and smartphones. See the links for full-reviews, including the ratings they've given for each phone (out of 10 points, or 5 stars).

Smartphones:

1) Samsung Epic 4G

2) HTC Evo 4G (Sprint)

3) HTC Droid Incredible (Verizon Wireless)

4) Apple iPhone 4 (AT&T)

5) T-Mobile G2

6) Motorola Droid X (Verizon Wireless)

7) T-Mobile MyTouch 4G

8) Samsung Focus (AT&T)

9) RIM BlackBerry Pearl 3G (AT&T)

10) LG Optimus T (T-Mobile)

Cell Phones:

1) LG dLite (T-Mobile)

2) LG Lotus Elite (Sprint)

3) Casio G'zOne Brigade (Verizon Wireless)

4) Samsung Reality (Verizon Wireless)

5) LG VU Plus (AT&T)

6) Pantech Ease (AT&T)

 

Digital Cameras: With so many digital cameras out in the market, it's always a hard choice to pick which one you want. Gizmodo, however, has been kind enough to point out which digital cameras they thought were best from 2010. See the link for details!

1) Canon S95

2) Nikon P7000

3) Panasonic Lumix LX5

 

Camcorders: Last but not least, we have our handy video-recording camcorders. Squidoo has come up with a list of the best selling/top rated camcorders from 2010. This is a rather comprehensive review, providing multiple lists based on different categories: top 10 based on customer reviews (seen below), top 10 best sellers, and top 10 best sellers for advanced videographers.

1) Panasonic HDC-SD60K

2) Panasonic Pro AG-HMC150

3) Panasonic HDC-TM55K

4) 4GB Black Flip Ultra Video Camera

5) Panasonic Professional AG-HMC40

6) Panasonic HDC-TM700K

7) Canon VIXIA HF S200

8) Panasonic HDC-TM15

9) Panasonic HDC-HS60

10) Sanyo VPC-CG20 (High-Def)

(Note: Again, this is only the section based on customer reviews; check the link for the other two sections of best sellers, and best sellers for advanced videographers.)

 

And so ends our search for some of the best products around this past year. From everyone at EBatts.com, we wish you a Happy New Year, and we'll see you on the other side (of the calendar). :)

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Viruses In Your Batteries

clock December 9, 2010 00:18 by author Jeremy

A group of researchers led by Professor Reza Ghodssi at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering, and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, are using the properties of TMV (Tobacco mosaic virus) to help create smaller, more efficient lithium ion batteries.

The virus? TMV is a rod-shaped plant virus that attacks tobacco, tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetation. According to the university's press release, the researchers, "mofify the TMV rods to bind perpendicularly to the metallic surface of a battery electrode and arrange the rods in intricate and orderly patterns on the electrode. Then, they coat the rods with a conductive thin film that acts as a current collector and finally the battery's active material that participates in the electrochemical reactions."

The result? Bigger electrode surface area and an increase in storage capacity. This allows a faster charge/discharge time, and gives up to 10 times increased capacity in comparison to your regular Li-Ion battery.

The usage? Professor Ghodssi provides two examples: the first shows the creation of a very miniscule battey that can be used to power wireless sensors networks. These sensors can monitor homeland security, agriculture, and the surrounding environment. A different proejct that Ghodssi's team is working on, focuses on creating increased-sensitivity explosive detection sensors, by using TMV to bind to TNT. (Author's note: Ironically, those two uses seem quite opposite from each other.)

No tomatoes were harmed in the making of this blog post. However, regular Li-Ion batteries are scared to go out of business: adopt one today (not for free) at ebatts.com.

Source: UMD's press release

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Looxcie Wearable Video Camera

clock September 28, 2010 01:25 by author Ty

A small, lightweight and compact camcorder is available with social media in mind. The Looxcie is a camcorder and headset built all in to one system. It’s small enough to wear on your ear and connects using Bluetooth technology to your cell phone. Stream video, audio, or both to your cell phone and upload the media clips to your Twitter, Facebook and YouTube accounts. Phone calls can also used as a Bluetooth headset while video is continuously being recorded. The earbud and camera are flexible and can be swiveled 180 degrees to be worn on the left ear or right ear. Battery life is expected to last between 4-6 hours of use with voice and video recording. The Looxcie camera uses HVGA resolution and records at 15 frames per second. The Bluetooth signal can be sent up to 10 meters away to a cell phone running the Looxcie software. The Looxcie wearable camcorder can be found for around $199 and is a fun new gadget to use to update your friends through social media networks like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

 Wearable Video Camera Camcorder

 

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New Panasonic 3D Camera HD this Fall

clock August 9, 2010 19:05 by author Ty

Panasonic offers a new 3D camcorder in digital high definition with 3D conversion lenses. The user attaches a 3D conversion lens, which is included with the camera, and can capture both the left and right images at the same time. The resolution of each image is captured at 960 x 1080 pixels and is captured using the side-by-side method. It is one of the first 3D video shooting camera that is estimated to cost under $2000 for consumers.

Special features of the 3D camcorder are full-HD 1080P and 60P progressive movie recording that allow resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 with 60 frames per second progressive recording. An advanced 3MOS system with a 3MOS sensor that splits the light information captured by the lens into the three primary colors and processes each color with its own individual sensor. Also included is an intelligent auto with hybrid I.O.S. (Optical Image Stabilization).

The Panasonic 3D camera goes on sale in Japan August 20, 2010 and should reach the U.S. consumer market this fall in October 2010.

 

Check out additional specs and information on the Panasonic 3D video camera. If you are looking for a new Panasonic camcorder battery, we carry them in stock on eBatts.com.

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