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Coby CAM5002BLK Single use Camera with 4x Digital Zoom and 2-Inch LCD Screen (Black)

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  • Full-color 2.0-Inch LCD electronic viewfinder
  • Records video in 720p HD resolution
  • View recorded videos and photos on a TV (HDMI or composite video supported)
  • Advanced features including still capture and digital zoom (4x)
  • Edit video and upload to YouTube with included software from muvee

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 5.5 x 11.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: CAM5002
  • ASIN: B004IZN45G
  • Date first available at May 6 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #237,281 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

The Coby CAM5002 High Definition Camcorder is great for recording your favorite moments in stunning HD. Film video, take pictures, and review files at the touch of a button, and enjoy high-definition playback of your favorite home movies with the built-in HDMI connection. A built-in SD card slot allows you to record hours of video, while the integrated USB plug, Muvee editing software and YouTube uploader let you create and share great original videos online in minutes. HDMI cable and travel accessories also included. Full-color 2.0-Inch LCD electronic viewfinder Records video in 720p HD resolution View recorded videos and photos on a TV (HDMI or composite video supported) Advanced features including still capture and digital zoom (4x) Edit video and upload to YouTube with included software from muvee Supports SD/SDHC memory cards Integrated Hi-speed USB 2.0 plug for fast file transfers.

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My first exposure to this camera lasted for less than 5 minutes. After the battery fully charged i recorded a 10 second video and transferred it to the computer to see the quality which wasn't any where near hd or even as good as my old canon a430 digi-cam with video ability (640x480).

I then proceeded to take 2 photos with the 5002 snapp and on the second photo the camera crashed with a white screen and little dashes running across the screen. I turned off the 5002 and that was that the camera no longer turns on (at all). The battery charger ability still functions but that's all.

The camera did transfer the two photos to the 4gb memory card i had ordered with the camera. However the photo quality was so bad that photos on a commodore 64 computer form over 30 years ago are much better.

The coby website is useless, and Amazon Canada wants to charge me almost as much in return shipping as the entire order is worth, which is about 50$ cdn.

Oh yes. Contrary to the coby web site and numerous reviews this amazon coby snapp 5002 does not come with an appropriate HDMI cable.

My snapp 5002 is now nothing more than an expensive paper weight.

Adendum: I called coby directly for about an hour and they are completely in the dark about the snapp 5002 cameras, also there is no section on the coby website in the FAQs for the snapp cameras either.

All attempts to reset the camera with the standard button combinations failed.

I highly recommend that if you want a lite HD camera that you save up a little more and get a flip brand or look into a "Go-Pro HD", or "drift HD 170" that can record in hd and has good motion compensation (anti-shake/blur) if you inted to walk around the yard filming your family moments.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa5748864) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa575390c) out of 5 stars Worst flip camera ever Nov. 18 2011
By Alexander Tat - Published on
I bought this camera just so i can use it as my head rest camera mount. I must say it has some pros (which are few) and cons(which are many) if you plan on recording around an hours worth then you shouldn't get this. you run out of battery before you actually run out of space on your memory card.

Shoots 720p HD
supports HDMI output
uses muvee
can also access videos without muvee
no flash or LED light

gets hot after 25min recording
feels cheap( like if i accidentally step on it, then it will break)
too light(lighter then a itouch)
body is a very cheap plastic
buttons feel even cheaper
flip out usb doesn't always close
does not come with HDMI cable
does not shoot for an hour if its on 720p (unless you have an 8G memory card which is not stated on the websites)
battery's quality is cheap
battery life gets half way after about 3min of recording
when you first put in the SD card for some reason it won't read the card. and to fix it you just blow in to the card slot 0_0. but it doesn't work all the time
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5753f90) out of 5 stars My unit was not reliable Nov. 3 2011
By Nacho - Published on
I received a brand new Coby Snapp CAM5002 as a recognition gift from work. I purchased a 16G SDHC card and tried the camcorder out. Recording video was hit and miss. Sometimes I would get a decent recording and sometime I would get an error screen. Other times the "operating system" on this device would lock up and the buttons would not work. The only way to get it to respond was to remove the battery for a few moments and then replace it and switch the unit back on. After 30 minutes of playing with it I removed the battery and threw the unit in the trash. I properly disposed of the battery at a recycling center. I don't know if I received a bad unit or if all of these camcorders have the same problems. Either way, I didn't have to pay for it so I'm not out any money. I believe this product retails for around $50. A decent HD camcorder will run about $500 so when you consider the Coby Snapp CAM5002 is only $50 it doesn't surprise me that mine didn't function properly. Good luck if you choose to buy one.
HASH(0xa5748960) out of 5 stars Do Not Waste Your Money on this Camera! March 8 2013
By Ms. Tarr - Published on
I am a middle school teacher and I got 7 of these cameras through a donation web site that helps classrooms get materials. I wanted to do video projects with my students. These cameras broke after only a few uses by my students. The USB part broke making the cameras useless as that is the only way to charge them. Please, please, please, use your money on a better product.
HASH(0xa5755024) out of 5 stars nice price Feb. 17 2013
By Tina McAllister - Published on
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It was a nice item for the price, is great for one who is just starting out, have had no problems .I would recommend this product to a beginner..