Veho Muvi DV Camcorder Review


Into the big world of small gadgets, Veho come bearing their new Muvi Micro DV Camcorder. A minuscule 55mm from tip to toe, this bewilderingly petite device claims to be “officially the smallest high resolution DV camcorder in the world.” In an era of the ubiquitous camera there’s an awful lot of competition. Have Veho set their sights too high endeavouring to cram convenience and quality into such a small package? It’s certainly rare to find both in one place. For the last week the Muvi Micro DV Camcorder has been put through its paces, and now the time has come for me to unveil my impressions.



  • Smallest high-resolution camcorder in the world
  • 2 Mega-Pixel video resolution
  • Versatile spring mounting clip
  • Voice-activated start/stop function
  • Usable as a webcam with included cable
  • 3 hour battery life (250 hour stand-by time)
  • Records audio/video stream in common .AVI format
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  • Yep I pretty much concur with all you’ve said in your review. I’ve used this on a Mac, so can’t test the web cam software, but I’m not missing much.
    The sound is a real let down. Basically unusable even as a voice track. Ugh.
    However as tinycam it’s not bad.

  • tom d

    a real disappointment. very poor sound. shaky picture results. biggest problem is that it stops without out any reason. I think I’m recording something and find I only got 2 or 3 minutes. it doesn’t keep doing 30 minutes segments as the docs say,