Cisco has recently made changes to their Flip Video pocket camcorder offerings, they have now phased out all of the remaining standard-definition models and introduced new and improved versions of the Flip UltraHD and Flip MinoHD.
Previously the Flip UltraHD and the Flip MinoHD recorded 720p video at 30 frames per second, however the new models have double the frame rate (60fps), also they feature digital image stabilization. These improvements should allow you to record much smoother-looking video.
The new Flip UltraHD models are available in two capacities, the 8GB (2-hour) model costs $200, whereas the 4GB (1-hour) model costs $150. Both capacities are slimmer than their predecessor you can find out more here.
The new MinoHD models are also available in two capacities, the 8GB (2-hour) model costs $230, whereas the 4GB (1-hour) model costs $180. Both capacities are more compact than the new Flip UltraHD models and and feature the new proprietary FlipPort, you can find out more here.
Will you buy one of these new models? If so, which one will you choose?