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PSP Gets Its Own Go!Cam

by Rainier on May 1, 2007 @ 2:25 a.m. PDT

Sony Computer Entertainment announced the arrival of the PSP camera, Go!Cam, promising bring the creativity of film, photos and the fun of PSP together to create a camera for all ages and all occasions.

With up to two and half hours video recording time and the ability to take and store over 40,000 photos (on a 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo), Go!Cam seamlessly converts PSP to a portable, functional and fun camera.

Go!Cam offers a built in microphone to ensure continuous audio, the ability to change the direction of the camera lens vertically by 180 degrees and Go!Edit, an editing software package which allows users to save and edit photos, video and audio clips.

"Go!Cam is fantastic news for all those PSP owners looking for something new, fun and creative,” said Stephane Hareau, PSP Marketing Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. “With Summer around the corner and the ability to turn your PSP into a mini camcorder and capture all the best moments in your life, this is yet another reason to get a PSP and to take advantage of truly portable entertainment. It demonstrates yet again the potential, versatility and evolving nature of PSP."

Go!Edit editing software, bundled free with Go!Cam allows you to transform your PSP into a portable editing suite, letting you edit on the move. With the ability to enhance movies and photos with sounds and graphical effects, Go!Edit provides everything to make a mini masterpiece. Go!Edit also allows the option to upload creations onto the internet directly from the PSP, meaning that nothing need stand in your way to share your masterpiece with the world.

Go!Cam, requires v2.80 PSP firmware or higher, will be released on 16th May 2007 across Europe and the PAL territories, with a retail price of €49.99 (£34.99).

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