The Zumi Triple Plus Lo-Fi Digital Camcorder and Stills Camera

February 8, 2011 · 2 comments

in Equipment,lomography,Macro,Product Reviews,wish list

It’s time you realize that there are other cameras in the sea — like the Zumi Digital. True, she’s no megapixel marvel. She has no interest in aperture or telephoto zoom. She doesn’t even have a legitimate viewfinder …

But if you were to take the Zumi on a date to the movies, she’d pick a documentary over a romantic comedy. Then she’d bring her own snacks, laugh at your dumb jokes, and make all the first moves.

The Zumi has been carefully crafted to take digital images and videos that have the look and feel of vintage film (lens flare, vignetting etc). Her “perfectly flawed” processing chip combined with a macro setting makes digital 8MM magic, making your everyday life look like an art house flick.

And now, with The Zumi Digital Triple Plus you’ve got 10 new video and still colour modes to craft your masterpiece. The Triple Plus is a delightful pocket camcorder that with the flip of a switch takes you from soft grays to grainy blacks to vibrant reds, yellows, greens then back again to silky old sepia. It can even record sound, switch to macro (capturing objects at a stunning closeness) and hook up to your tripod. Simply put, The Zumi Triple Plus is the greatest of the Zumi generations. All juiced up with new features, yet still keeping true to it’s unusual, unpredictable and oh-so inspiring self.

Product Specs

Ten dreamy new video and still colour modes | Pop up “viewfinder” for guess-to-shoot fun | Macro setting gives surreal blur effect (and extreme closeups)| Timer setting with audible beeps | Records sound with a built-in microphone | LCD screen displays what you’re shooting | Equipped with a standard tripod-mount | Palm-sized at 3.5″ long and 1″ tall

Buy the uber cool Zumi from Photojojo.

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Kini January 19, 2013 at 3:55 am

I’m thinking of purchasing the Zumi for making home movies and music videos. Is it possible to transfer the video files to my PC Computer?
And if so, is it possible to edit the video footage using a PC based movie editor software?

Thanx A Bunch,
-Kini

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