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?
The Kodak PlaySport is not only the newest pocket HD camcorder on the market, but it's also waterproof up to three meters. Find out how well it performs on land and under the sea in this PlaySport review.
The Handycam CX110 has what we've come to expect from Sony cameras and camcorders: sizzling style and fun, innovative features. On top of that, it offers a 25x Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar zoom lens and shoots 1080/60i video. It costs less than the flagship CX550 and mid-range CX350, but is it worth an investment? Read on to find out.
As Panasonic's flagship HD camcorder, the HDC-TM700 has impressive features and specs, including 1080/60p recording and Panasonic's patented 3MOS sensor system. But considering competition from HD-capable DSLRs and lower-priced alternatives, does Panasonic's prosumer offering have enough to satisfy picky videophiles? Find out in our full review.
The latest offering from Flip, the SlideHD, has all the curb appeal of a slick, portable media player. A 3-inch slide-out-and-up touch screen offers a new intuitive user experience, and camera operation is dead simple. But does it offer enough to earn a recommendation over lower priced options? Read on to find out.
Moms, Dads and grads all have different needs from a dedicated video recorder. The college student will prize portability and quick uploads to Facebook, while Dad wants a camcorder that will help him with his golf swing. We've picked some of our favorites for parents and kids alike to help you get the right camcorder into the right hands.
The Toshiba H30, an entry-level device, is wedged between the higher-end X100 and pocket-sized S20 in its new Camileo line of HD camcorders. It offers a 5x optical zoom and 1080p recording for a price close to that of the low-cost Flip cameras. We evaluate video quality to see if the H30 really is a good value in our full review.
Budget camcorder maker DXG has just announced what could the first affordable 3D camcorder: the pistol-grip style DXG-321.
The Flip is back. The gadget that started the pocket camcorder craze has evolved into the SlideHD, an ultra-portable HD camcorder with a pop-up, or sliding, 3-inch touchscreen that's stayed true to the familiar Flip form factor.
The Sony bloggie HD MHS-CM5 is a new pistol-grip style pocket HD camcorder with a 2.5-inch swivel LCD monitor and a 1/2.5 inch CMOS sensor that Sony hopes will penetrate the market more successfully than its predecessor, the very similar Webbie. Read on for a detailed look at the bloggie's video and image quality results in our full review.
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.
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