Features & Controls
By Josh Fate
The built-in flash, shown above has a range of up to 2m (6.6ft.) It features flash modes of Auto, auto red-eye, on, off and slow synchro.
Framing your movies and images is done with the flip-out, 2.8-inch LCD screen. The main feature on this screen is the Laser Touch control system. Just by touching one of the buttons or sliding your finger down the bar on the left side, allows you to select and scroll through the menus. Only the MENU and OK buttons are set, the other 3 change functionality as the menus change.
Towards the front top of the camera you will see the stereo microphones that record sound for the camera. behind those is a hot show that allows you to add an accessory to the camera such as a more powerful MIC or a video shooting light.
Surrounding the battery on the back are all of the Input/Output ports on the camera, except for the USB which can be seen in the Side Controls shot above. To the left of the battery you will see a headphone out, Component out, HDMI out and the DC charging port. Above the battery you will see the AV output and Microphone Input (not shown).
To compliment the 32GB flash memory drive inside the camera, the HM400 also includes a SD/SDHC memory expansion slot. Your movies and photos can be saved directly to either memory source.
Available Recording Time:
|Rec Modes||Internal Memory||SDHC Card|
|UXP||2hr 56min||2hr 40min||1hr 20min||40min|
|SP||5hr 53min||5hr 52min||2hr 56min||1hr 28min|
|EP||14hr 44min||14hr 40min||7hr 20min||3hr 40m|
|Image Sizes||Internal Memory||SDHC Card|
Powering the HM400 is a DC7.2V, 1460mAh Li-Ion rechargeable battery. It will allow for an Approx. recording time of 2 hours and 25 minutes with a recharging time of around 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Visitors of Steves can visit the stores below for real-time pricing and availability. You can also find hot, soon to expire online offers on a variety of cameras and accessories at our very own Camera Deals page.