Panasonic has announced a dedicated Micro Four Thirds professional HD camcorder, the AF100, which will work with all available Micro Four Thirds lenses.
Toshiba officially brings the Camileo H30 HD camcorder to the US market tomorrow, touting it as a full-fledged 1080p HD camcorder at an affordable price. It will sport a 3.0-inch touchscreen and a 5x optical zoom lens. We're taking a first look at the Camileo H30 complete with sample video.
Coby today unveiled three new camcorders in its budget Snapp line, pricing them between $30 and $80, well below the rival Flip and bloggie.
In a product unveiling just before PMA, Panasonic touted the facial recognition and Intelligent Zoom features of their new HS700 and TM700 high definition camcorders. We spoke with Panasonic's Matt Frazer about the new technology used in their high-end 700 series camcorder line.
Looking to take two bites out of Flip's ultra compact camcorder market share, Samsung today announced two new pocket HD camcorders, the HMX-U20 and HMX-U15.
Panasonic today unveiled two new HD camcorders, the HDC-HS700 and the HDC-TM700, both featuring a longer zoom, wider lens, and more advanced image stabilization than last year's TM300.
Sanyo outed three new camcorders, the VPC-GH2, VPC-CG102, and VPC-CG20. Branded as "Dual Cameras" by Sanyo for their ability to take both stills and video, all three shoot HD video.
If you're on track to become the next YouTube sensation, chances are you're looking for one of the many Flip-esque pocket HD camcorders on the market now. In this guided tour of the current pocket camcorder offerings, we sort out the bloggies from the Xactis and spell out exactly which models have which features.
In the face of mounting competition from Sony, Panasonic, and others, Canon is holding its ground in the HD camcorder market as it announced nine new flash-memory models to its Vixia line at CES 2010. With new additions to the high-end and mid-range Vixia lines, Canon also introduced a new series of entry-level models, the HF R-series.
Facing competition from the Flip and other low-cost HD cams, Panasonic is still counting on standard definition to deliver as they unveiled three new SD camcorders at CES, the SDR-H85, SDR-T50, and SDR-S50. While similar to last year's offerings, Panasonic includes some new features like 78x zoom and SDXC support.
With the introduction of the Zi8, Kodak brought full 1080p HD video capture into their low-cost pocket camcorder lineup for the first time. It also offers electronic image stabilization and 5.3 megapixel still image capture. For less than $200 it's a bargain for sure, but does video quality stand up to even a bargain basement price point?
It's a still camera. It's a camcorder. At least that's what Panasonic hopes you'll think when you think about the latest high-profile Lumix to hit the market this year: the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3. A 10.1 megapixel, 12x zoom update to Panasonic's extremely popular TZ models, the ZS3 combines the versatility of a long-zoom compact camera with the option to capture 720p high-def video at a moment's notice.
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