Sold as the world’s smallest DV Digital Video Recorder the Xenta D001 definitely lives up to its claim. It’s tiny. Definitely the smallest camcorder I’ve seen. It records with surprisingly good quality despite its size.
It has a 720 x 480 resolution and can handle up to 30 frames per second which is great for anyone wanting to carry around a small device for quick clips. It stores all footage onto a micro SD card which unfortunately isn’t included. You can pick these up cheap online anyway.
The Xenta D001 can also be used as a camera too enabling you to take still images.
It comes with a number of clips for different types of mounting so the Xenta D001 can be used as a security camera.
If this isn’t enough, the world’s smallest camcorder can also be used as a webcam for your pc, filming at a 1.3 megapixel resolution.
If you want more information on the camera and to see it in action, please check out our unboxing and review video below. The Xenta D001 can be purchased from Xenta themselves for around £30.