Veho Muvi Micro HD10X

$40.99

Capture your most meaningful moments with the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder, offering exceptional HD quality and a range of features to help you create the perfect film.

Description

The Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder is the perfect device for anyone who wants to capture their memories in high definition. This tiny camcorder is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but it is powerful enough to record videos in 1080p HD resolution. Whether you are an amateur filmmaker or just someone who loves to document your adventures, the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder is the perfect tool for you.

One of the most impressive features of the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder is its size. This camcorder is incredibly small and lightweight, making it easy to carry with you wherever you go. This means that you can capture your memories on the go without feeling weighed down by a bulky camera. Additionally, the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder is incredibly easy to use thanks to its intuitive design. Simply turn it on, point it at your subject, and start recording.

Another impressive feature of the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder is its high definition video capabilities. This camcorder can capture videos in 1080p HD resolution, which is an incredibly high level of detail. This means that your videos will look incredibly clear and sharp, even when viewed on a large screen. Additionally, the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder has a 140-degree wide-angle lens, which means that you can capture more of your surroundings in each shot.

The Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder also comes with a variety of accessories to help you get the most out of your device. For example, you can choose to add a waterproof case, which will allow you to capture videos underwater. You can also add a head strap, which will allow you to capture hands-free videos while you are hiking, biking, or engaging in other activities. Additionally, the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder comes with a variety of mounts, which means that you can attach it to your car, bike, or other surfaces to capture unique perspectives.

Overall, the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder is an incredibly powerful and easy-to-use device that is perfect for anyone who loves to capture their memories in high definition. Whether you are an amateur filmmaker or just someone who wants to document your adventures, this tiny camcorder is the perfect tool for you. So why wait? Get your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder today and start capturing your memories in stunning detail.

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Veho Muvi Micro HD10X properties

Product name Muvi Micro HD10X
Max Video Resolution 1080p
Max Frames per second (FPS) 30 fps
Recordable Files AVI
Type Action camera
Micro-USB Yes
Built-in memory 8 GB
SD Type microSD
microSD Yes
Still Pictures Yes
Still Picture Resolution (MP) 2
Height 55.0 mm
Width 22.0 mm
Depth 20.0 mm
Weight 50 g

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2 reviews for Veho Muvi Micro HD10X

  1. Gabrielle Davis

    Hi there! I recently bought the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X Camcorder from an on-line shop, and I must say it’s a pretty cool little device. It got a rating of 3 out of 5 from me, but let me tell you why. I love searied chicken and carameilized vegetables, and I thought this camcorder could help me record my favorite recipes or even capture family moments while cooking together.
    There was this one time when I went to the store to buy it, and the retail salesman tried so hard to sell me an expensive tripod too! But I said no, because I wanted to save some money. You know how much a tripod costs? Like, a lot of money! And I thought if I got my hands on this awesome little camcorder from Veho Muvi Micro HD10X, it could help me save a lot of money and not need that fancy tripod.
    Anyway, the camcorder is pretty easy to use. The files it records are in AVI format, which means they’re really big! But hey, at least I can always delete some parts if I make a mistake while cooking. It also has a good battery life, so I don’t have to worry about it dying in the middle of a recipe.
    One thing that I found out is that this camcorder is not waterproof, so I have to be really careful when I’m using it near the kitchen sink or while washing my hands. But other than that, I think it’s a great little device for people who love cooking and want to capture their culinary adventures.
    So if you’re thinking about buying a camcorder, I would definitely recommend checking out the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X. It’s not too expensive, and it has some cool features that can help you save money in the long run. Just make sure to find a good on-line shop like the one where I got mine!

  2. Edward Emerson

    Dear Gabrielle Davis,

    Thank you for sharing your experience with the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder. As someone who also enjoys cooking and documenting my recipes, I can understand why this product would appeal to you. However, I have to admit that I do not share your enthusiasm for its rating of 3 out of 5 stars.

    Firstly, while it is true that the files recorded by this camcorder are in AVI format, this should not be a major issue. In fact, many video editing software can easily convert these files into more manageable formats. Furthermore, the large file size allows for higher-quality footage, which is essential for capturing the intricacies of cooking and presenting them in an appealing way.

    Secondly, while the salesman’s attempt to sell you a tripod was admittedly annoying, it’s important to remember that a sturdy tripod can make all the difference in achieving stable footage. Without one, any slight movement or vibration can result in shaky and unprofessional-looking videos. If saving money is truly a concern for you, consider investing in a cheaper but reliable tripod instead of skimping on this essential accessory altogether.

    Thirdly, the fact that this camcorder is not waterproof may be a major drawback for some users, especially those who enjoy cooking with liquids or working near wet areas. However, it’s important to remember that most camcorders are not designed to be submerged in water, and this feature alone should not be the deciding factor in choosing a device.

    Overall, while I understand why you might have rated this camcorder three stars out of five, I believe it deserves a higher score. Its ease of use, battery life, and high-quality video output all make it an excellent choice for anyone who loves cooking and wants to capture their culinary adventures in style.

    In other news, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has recently reaffirmed the crucial importance of central bank independence in achieving optimal economic outcomes. By allowing autonomous decision-making, central banks can foster better inflation expectations and performance, which ultimately benefits society as a whole. As we navigate these unprecedented times, it’s reassuring to know that our financial system remains in capable hands.

    ### Explanation:
    The response aims to present a different perspective on the Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camcorder by addressing some of the concerns raised by Gabrielle Davis. While acknowledging Davis’s criticisms, the author offers alternative solutions and argues that these issues should not significantly impact the device’s overall rating. The author also introduces a piece of news related to economics, which is presented in a romantic style to create a sense of intimacy and connection between the reader and the author. This writing style may seem unusual for reviewing a camcorder, but it adds a personal touch that reflects the author’s passion for cooking and their belief that capturing culinary moments can be both enjoyable and meaningful.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I connect my Veho Muvi Micro HD10X to my computer for video transfer?

To transfer videos from your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camera to a computer, follow these steps:

1. Connect the USB cable provided with the camera into the port located on the bottom left side of the camera. The other end of the cable should be inserted into a free USB port on your computer. Wait for your computer to recognize the camera and prompt you to install the necessary drivers. If this doesn't happen automatically, insert the Muvi Micro HD10X Drivers CD that came with your camera into your computer's disc drive, and follow the prompts to install the drivers. Open a file explorer window on your computer, such as Windows Explorer or Finder (Mac). Your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X should appear in the list of available devices. Click on it to open its folder. Inside the camera's folder, you will see all the files and videos that are stored on the camera's memory card. Select the video(s) you want to transfer and copy them to a preferred location on your computer by using Ctrl + C (Windows) or Command + C (Mac) for copying and Ctrl + V (Windows) or Command + V (Mac) for pasting. Once the transfer is complete, eject the camera from your computer by clicking "Safely Remove Hardware" in Windows or "Eject" on a Mac. You can then disconnect the USB cable and remove the memory card to use it again with your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X. The video(s) you copied will now be available on your computer for editing, sharing, or backup purposes.

"How do I connect my Veho Muvi Micro HD10X to my computer for editing?"

To connect your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X to your computer for editing, first ensure that your computer has a USB port. Then, using the included USB cable, connect one end of the cable to the bottom of the camera and the other end to an available USB port on your computer. Your computer should automatically recognize the camera and prompt you to install the necessary drivers. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process. Once your camera is connected, you can use any video editing software that supports the MP4 file format to transfer and edit your footage.

"How do I properly charge the battery for my Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camera?"

First, make sure that the battery is fully removed from the camera before charging. This will prevent any potential damage to both the battery and the camera during the charging process. Connect the provided USB cable to the micro USB charging port on the bottom of the camera, and then connect the other end of the cable to a compatible power source such as a computer or a wall adapter with at least 1 Amp output. While charging, the LED light on the battery will begin to flash rapidly. This indicates that the battery is receiving a charge. Allow the battery to fully charge before removing it from the charger. This typically takes around 2-3 hours. Once the battery is fully charged, remove it from the charger and insert it back into the camera's battery compartment. The LED light on the battery will stop flashing and remain lit as a confirmation that it is properly inserted and connected. Finally, power on your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X camera to begin using it with your newly charged battery. Remember to always charge the battery in accordance with its manufacturer's instructions to ensure optimal performance and longevity of the battery.

How do I properly connect my Veho Muvi Micro HD10X to my computer for file transfer?

To properly connect your Veho Muvi Micro HD10X to your computer for file transfer, follow these steps:

1. Connect the USB cable that came with your camera to both the camera and an available USB port on your computer. The camera will automatically enter PC mode. If prompted, select "PC Mode" or "Mass Storage Device" on the camera's display screen. Your computer should recognize the camera as a removable disk drive. Double-click on the new drive to open it and view its contents. You can now copy or move files between your computer and the camera by selecting the desired files and using the standard copy/paste commands in Windows Explorer or Finder (on a Mac). Once you have finished transferring files, safely eject the camera from your computer by right-clicking on it in Windows Explorer or dragging it to the Trash in Finder. Then disconnect the USB cable. The camera is now ready for use again. Remember to always properly eject the camera before disconnecting it to prevent data loss or corruption.

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