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An upgrade to the Ultra Series gives you a bigger LCD screen, a better mic, faster bitrates and a thinner chassis available in a variety of designer colors. Flip Ultra comes in two flavors—a 1GB for up to 30 minutes of footage, and a 2GB for up to 60 minutes.
The Flip’s built-in software expands the range of possibilities for users to enjoy and share video. Edit clips, create custom movies and capture still photos from video. Direct integration with AOL and YouTube allows for quick online sharing. Want to edit video before upload? In and out points are tagged for custom movies for easy editing in any nonlinear editing system.Capture still photos from video and add music to the arsenal, and your web feature is ready for deployment. Flip ultimately offers a take anywhere, self-contained solution for video hunters on the go.
Nikon’s Coolpix S51c offers another wireless solution for Flickr addicts. With WiFi capabilities and Nikon’s proprietary “my Picturetown” Internet photo upload and storage service, users can upload photos instantly to Flickr, blogs and social networking sites, provided they’re within WiFi range. My Picturetown’s upload options include Quick Upload, a batch uploading tool and single selection upload. With regards to storage options, My Picturetown is a one-stop shop for creating albums, drag and drop archiving and meta-tagging for quick and easy image search. E-mail pictures directly to friends, family, or Blackberry for viewing with the “One Touch Email” feature. Each S51c even comes with six-month complimentary T-Mobile Wi-Fi HotSpot service to jump-start your photoblog.