Pure Digital Point & Shoot Camcorder Helps to Share Videos

Video sharing on the Internet is not just for the techno-savvy anymore, as the new Pure Digital Point & Shoot Camcorder available the first week of November. Through the company's new relationships with Google Video and Grouper Networks, the Pure Digital Point & Shoot Camcorder has taken sharing home videos online to a whole new level of simplicity and convenience. The camcorder has built-in software that enables users to connect directly to video sharing web sites, paving the way for everyone from moms to teens to share video easily - privately or publicly - on this new breed of sites.

Since its initial introduction, the pocket-sized, affordable Pure Digital Point & Shoot Camcorder has been heralded as revolutionary in its simplicity. Now, using the camcorder, consumers are able for the first time to go from shooting video to sharing it on Internet sharing sites in just three steps: shoot video with the touch of a button; plug the camcorder's built-in USB arm into a PC or Mac; and upload video directly to sharing web sites Google Video or Grouper Networks via on-board software. The software includes other convenient sharing options, such as one-step emailing, video greeting cards for a variety of special occasions, and custom-edited movie mixes.

Pure Digital Point & Shoot Camcorder users can choose to share their home movies exclusively with friends and family they invite to watch their video or post it publicly on the sites where it can be viewed by anyone around the world.

Camcorder features: 2x digital zoom; 1.4 inch color playback screen; instant playback, review and delete features; on-board software for simple viewing, sharing and archiving videos; video upload, sharing and free hosting options with Google Video and Grouper Networks; simple email functions and video greeting cards powered by Grouper Networks; home movies can be viewed instantly on TV or PC.

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