DCR was wondering when Cisco would get back into the pocket camcorder game with a new Flip, considering recent announcements by Sony, Kodak and others of rival devices. This week, we received our answer. The Flip is back, this time updates to its popular MinoHD and UltraHD line.
Samsung today debuted the HMX-T10, a high-definition camcorder with a lens angled 20 degrees upward for a more natural grip when shooting.
First Kodak had it, then JVC. Now it appears Sony has the touch as the Handycam maker today announced its new Bloggie Touch pocket HD camcorder.
DCR is in Jackson, Wyoming this week testing out the Sony NEX-VG10. With its cowboy culture and scenic landscape, it's the perfect place to shoot a variety of challenging and situations and locations.
Sanyo today announced the newest addition to their Dual Camera lineup, the waterproof Xacti VPC-CA102YL. The pistol-grip style camera shoots high-resolution 1080/6oi videos at depths up to ten feet.
With the launch of the HDC-SDT750 camcorder and its "3D conversion lens," Panasonic brings consumer video recording into another dimension.
Panasonic launches the HDC-SDX1 today, a lightweight camcorder with full 1080 HD video capability.
Vimeo, a video sharing website owned by IAC Interactive, has announced that it is now offering Creative Commons licensing options for its members.
Canon unveils today a new Vixia camcorder, the HF M32. It provides both 64GB built-in memory as well as an SD/SDXC compatible memory card slot for additional video storage
Sony today introduced what the company is dubbing the world's first consumer level interchangeable lens HD camcorder: the NEX-VG10, a $2,000 HD camcorder built on the NEX digital camera standard.
The Sony Handycam HDR-XR350V is a mid-range HD camcorder sporting a whopping 160GB hard drive. With all that capacity comes a higher price and bulkier design. Is the tradeoff worth it? Read this Handycam XR350 review to find out.
The Samsung SMX-C20 is a standard-definition camcorder with an interesting design. The lens is angled 25 degrees upward giving it a more natural shooting angle. But in the age of HD, can an SD camcorder still compete?
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