On Tuesday, Adobe launched the latest editions of its enthusiast image and video editing software for Macs and Windows PCs, with a UI that's the easiest to use yet.
The Panasonic VW-CLT2 offers users a means to add 3D video capabilities to their camcorders, but is it a graceful solution, and does video quality hit the mark? Take a look at our review.
Six new VIXIA camcorders - three HF M-series models and three HF R-series models - arrive today. Some models are WiFi connected with DLNA compatibility to help get your videos online faster.
Kodak must be really high on its PlaySport line, as the company has given the second-generation Zx5 a fresh coat of paint and dubbed it the Burton Edition. Is this snowboard-friendly camcorder king of the mountain?
The Canon Vixia HF G10 is an excellent piece of hardware, plain and simple. Between its powerful processor, CMOS Pro sensor and multiple shooting modes - including the ability to shoot in cinematic 24p framerate - the HF G10 is a video enthusiast's dream.
GoPro, maker of rugged wearable and gear mountable cameras, has announced the release of its new HD Hero2 camera.
Toshiba outs three new traditional-style camcorders today. The Camileo X416, X400 and X200 will all record full 1080p HD video.
It may be the dog days of summer, but Kodak has its eyes on winter, and they're giving its popular PlaySport Zx5 a seasonal makeover.
Samsung joins the waterproof pocket camcorder fray with the W200 rugged HD camcorder, a $160 device offering full 1080p video that Samsung claims users should take "to the beach, pool, desert, mountain tops, anywhere your adventure takes you." Is the W200 a tough and worthy beast?
Last month we tried out the Kodak EasyShare Sport C123, a rugged digital camera that fell well below expectations. This time around we've gotten our hands on its camcorder counterpart, the Kodak PlaySport Zx5. Does the PlaySport impress?
Samsung brands the HMX-H300 as the "ultimate HD family camcorder." Does that mean it's a great value promising HD video at a low price? Or, is it just an indication that serious videographers should stay away? Find out in this full high-definition camcorder review.
The Panasonic TM40 is not without its share of drawbacks, but it's an affordable entry-level camcorder with better performance than the low price tag would imply.
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