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Vivitar DVR426 Review
Why Has it Scored 39?
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better video cameras are available. View the latest video cameras 2017.
This camcorder has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Has a vari-angle LCD display
Very slow maximum frame rate
Quite small display diagonal
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Vivitar DVR426 In-Depth Analysis
Very Slow Maximum Frame Rate
The maximum frame rate of the Vivitar DVR426 of only 30fps is fairly slow compared to most other camcorders. It is in the slowest 16% of all video cameras when ordered by this feature. The average maximum frame rate of all video cameras is 60fps, with the slowest being 25fps and the fastest being 960fps.
Quite Small Display Diagonal
The average display diagonal of all camcorders is 3", with the smallest being 0.24" and the largest being 11". The display diagonal of the Vivitar DVR426 of only 1.77" is very small compared to most other camcorders. It is in the smallest 3% of all video cameras when ranked by this feature.
Does Not Support HDMI
The Vivitar DVR426 does not support HDMI. 67% of camcorders do support HDMI.
Very Small Total Megapixels
The average total megapixels of all video cameras is 8.2MP, with the smallest being 0.3MP and the biggest being 210MP. The total megapixels of the Vivitar DVR426 of only 3MP is in the smallest 23% of all camcorders when ordered by this feature.
Only 1280 X 720 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution
The highest maximum video resolution of the Vivitar DVR426 is 1280 x 720 pixels. That's 56% lower maximum video resolution than the most common resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The resolution of all camcorders ranges from 320 x 240 pixels (worst) to 6528 x 3672 pixels (best).
Very Small Maximum Memory Card Size
The Vivitar DVR426's maximum memory card size of only 16GB is in the smallest 10% of all camcorders when ordered by this feature. Camcorders have maximum memory card sizes of between 2GB and 260GB, and the average maximum memory card size is 63GB.
The Vivitar DVR426 is Full HD, as are 73% of camcorders.
Has a Vari-Angle LCD Display
The Vivitar DVR426 has a vari-angle LCD display, unlike 91% of camcorders which do not have a vari-angle LCD display.
Very Small Digital Zoom
The digital zoom of the Vivitar DVR426 of only 4x is in the smallest 6% of all camcorders when ordered by this feature. The digital zooms of camcorders range from 1.5x to 3,500x, and the average digital zoom is 440x.
Does Not Support PictBridge
Like most other camcorders, the Vivitar DVR426 does not support PictBridge. 97% of camcorders do not support PictBridge.
Does Not Support Bluetooth
The Vivitar DVR426 does not support bluetooth. 97% of camcorders also do not support bluetooth.
Does Not Have a Built-In Flash
The Vivitar DVR426 does not have a built-in flash, although it is worth keeping in mind that 86% of camcorders also do not have a built-in flash.
Does Not Feature Wi-Fi
The Vivitar DVR426 does not feature wi-Fi. 77% of camcorders also do not feature wi-Fi.
|Manufacturer Part Numbers||vivitar dvr426hdblksol|
|Barcodes||00012301647471, 00012307097232, 00014444620083, 00041114534630, 00053786205541, 00151903443163, 00696582164720, 00782386049179|