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Adobe Premiere with Nokia N93 Camcorder Cellphone

There's some good news for Amateur videographers - you need not invest in a separate video editing software for simple editing tasks like adding Video Transitions, remixing Audio-Video or putting Scrolling Titles and Credits. All your need is a Nokia N93 Camcorder phone to create that personal video masterpiece.

The Nokia N93, specially designed for creating quick but professional looking home videos, now ships with Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 - a light version of Adobe Premiere Pro which is the most popular video editing software for Windows XP.

You can connect the Nokia N93 directly to your TV for a widescreen movie experience or upload your images to Flickr directly. Nokia N93 features DVD quality MPEG-4 VGA video capture at 30 frames per second. The N93 also operate on Wi-Fi and 3G networks.

The Nokia N93 runs on S60 3rd Edition software on Symbian OS, and will be available this July for around $682.00.

Source: Adobe Premiere Elements | Nokia Press Release

Nokia N93 High Resolution Picture Gallery here.

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