CES is over, and this much is clear: the major camcorder manufacturers each staked out unique ground in the market by announcing devices to please various consumer segments. That is to say, no matter what you prefer in a device, manufacturers are targeting you in 2011.» Read Article
Sony announced its new lineup of Handycam camcorders at CES today, including 11 new models with features like projector inputs and improved sound systems.
Canon announced from CES today that its VIXIA camcorder line will see four new additions, including three new R-series models and a new G-series model.
Today is a big day for fans of Sony's camcorders, because in addition to its two new Bloggie models, the company has unveiled a whopping 13 new models being added to its Handycam line of camcorders.
Panasonic is looking to make a splash in Vegas at CES 2011, as the imaging company has announced six new high-definition camcorders. The entry-level to mid-range models all feature the Panasonic 1MOS sensor, a wide-angle lens, and 1920 x 1080 shooting resolution.
Gearing up for CES later this week, Samsung launches another full 1080 HD camcorder with a BSI CMOS sensor. But the biggest news might be its price tag - the Q10 fetches an MSRP of just $300. That could add up to a lot of bang for your HD buck.
Samsung today debuted the HMX-T10, a high-definition camcorder with a lens angled 20 degrees upward for a more natural grip when shooting.
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.
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