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Pinnacle portable video (transfer) recorder

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#1 Chris Taylor

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 11:29 PM

Anyone tried this thing? It's only about $100 online and it seems if you could power it off the rig, it could be pretty sweet. The power info is lacking on the site, all I know is it seems to require the power adapter off the shelf.

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PC-less capture of your video to an iPod, PSP, USB 2.0 hard drive or USB Flash Stick.

One-touch start/stop recording from any video source including a TV, DVD player, PVR, camcorder, set-top box or gaming console.

High-quality MPEG-4 encoding in H.264 at up to 720x480/576 (NTSC/PAL) resolution*.

High-quality MPEG-4 encoding for mobile devices, full-screen PC and even video editing or DVD burning.*

Multiple capture options for mobile devices, full-screen PC and even video editing or DVD burning.*

S-Video, composite video and stereo audio analog inputs.

Compact size makes it perfect for travelling.

http://www.pinnacles...eo Recorder.htm
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#2 Jess Haas SOC

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 03:45 AM

Doesn't look like it can play back which removes a lot of the reason I like having an onboard recorder. If you don't want to be able to play back it looks nice and simple.

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