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.
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.
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.
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.
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