While many digital cameras come with the ability to capture moving pictures, they're seldom optimized to do so. The Kodak Playfull video camera is the size of a standard point-and-shoot, but it's packed with the capabilities for recording high quality films.
Different from mainstream camcorder designs, this one by Chad Paris sheds the bulk and provides users with a light and slim lensed device. It can be held effortlessly between to fingers. Capturing videos thus does not require support from the whole of your hand, and minimizes the need for a second one at all. A thumbnail display gives the user a sample of the scene being documented, and a selection of buttons in the center of the Kodak Playfull video camera allows you to grip it comfortably at the base.
The Kodak Playfull Video Camera Makes for Handy Recording
Amelia Roblin — August 12, 2011 — Tech