After cathartic AN HD version of its Flip Mino television camera late last year, Pure Digital has finally provided an equivalent update to its larger Flip immoderate models. The Flip UltraHD, that options a replacement video compression engine, 8GB of internal nonvolatile storage, AN HDMI output, and 720/30p HD video, is presently on the marketplace for $199—that's $30 cheaper than the Flip MinoHD if you are taking notes. The television camera conjointly options an equivalent, easy-to-use uploading software package that has created Flip camcorders the favorite of You Tubers and video bloggers alike. With YouTube currently firmly supporting HD video, the Flip UltraHD is inward at simply the correct time for novice users to catch onto the high definition bandwagon.
Our testing showed the Flip UltraHD offered a major improvement over the Flip MinoHD once it came to video performance. The UltraHD does not have any extra settings or modes—everything remains bare-bones recording—but its machine white balance and exposure gave North American country higher results than previous models.