Mag Pix 1080p Mini Camcorder

The Mag Pix is a full HD camcorder that can capture video at full 1080p HD resolution. The camera captures 1920 x 1080 pixels at 30 frames per second with H.264 encoding. The Mag Pix 1080p it’s self measures 120 x 61 x 20 mm making it very portable too.

The camcorder has a 2.4 inch LCD display and the camera also can be tilted to make recording video more versatile. As well as being able to capture full HD video the Mag Pix 1080p camcorder can capture still images with resolutions up to 3264 x 2448 pixels. A built in LED flash can be used also to light subjects.

The Mag Pix comes with just 32 MB of internal memory which wont be too good at capturing anything worthwhile, so it’s recommended that you also pick up a MicroSD card which the Mag Pix supports up to 32GB. The Mag Pix is available from ThinkGeek costing $139.99 in the sale.

Mag Pix 1080p Product Features

* Tiny camcorder records in full HD 1080p widescreen video
* 5M Cmos sensor – resolution: 2592 x 1944
* 4 Element fixed focus lens, focus range from 15cm to infinity
* 2.4″ TFT LCD Display
* HD Video Output: HDMI CTS 1.3 Compliant, Supports 720/1080P Output Mode
* SD Video Output: Composite NTSC/PAL
* Still image: JPEG; Resolution: 3264 x 2448 or 2592 x 1944
* Movie Format: Mp4 with H.264 encoding for HD recording
* Movie Resolution: HD: 1920 x 1080p (30fps 6Mbps) or 1280 x 720p (30fps 6Mbps) or WVGA: 848 x 480p (60fps 5Mbps)
* Records in Widescreen or 4:3 aspect ratio
* 4x Digital Zoom (Zoom does not function when in full 1080p recording mode as there is no data to zoom up on)
* Storage: 32 MB on-board, SD/MMC Card Slot (supports up to 32 GB SD Card)
* Built-in LED flash can be used for still photos, or turned on continuously when shooting video.
* 3.7V 900mAh lithium-ion rechargeable battery
* Ports: USB 2.0, AV Out, HDMI Out, SD Card Slot
* Size: 120 x 61 x 20 mm


  1. your report only include the basic features and then there is a “buy it now”, but any link that we can get the preformance test / comparison of the other same price brand? Note that cheap is not equal worth buying, our user concerned quality level usually as below: picture colour / contrast quality, w and w/o flash? flash effective distant? picture / video noise vs various light / zoom condition? aperture change speed to different light? time to start taking picture from idle? how is battery time when in standby mode? white balance? zooming speed / focus speed during picture taking? multiple picture mode speed and avail resolution? playback picture magnitfication size and browsing speed? capture still picture during playback?

  2. let me help answer your questions Eric as I have owned this product. The Mag Pix 1080p camera is ridiculously bad. The lens is so horrible it doesn’t matter what resolution you are recording in, and I’m surprised that a brand the professes to “think geek,” and that has been around for so long, would be willing to sell it

  3. It truly is a terrible product. You can get magnitudes better quality out of your typical point and shoot digital camera video mode and save yourself fifty to seventy dollars. Might I recommend the GoPro HD Hero?

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