In both features and price, Sony’s Handycam HDR-PJ760V falls squarely between the consumer and higher end prosumer worlds.
Panasonic didn’t get everything right with this model, but I found this camcorder generally easy to use. It shoots exceptional video, and comes with a lot of well-implemented extras.
With the Everio GZ-V500, JVC tried to pack some big camcorder prowess into a pocket-sized case—but only partly succeeded.
This camcorder seemed almost too good to be true, and indeed our testing revealed some serious flaws.
Ion's Air Pro Wi-Fi offers a lot of extras, including the ability to wirelessly view and offload images and videos via Wi-Fi, great mounting hardware, fast battery charging using the wall-power USB charger, four wall-plug adapters to let you recharge in most countries, and 8GB of free storage in the cloud. Bryan Hastings takes a first look.
Camcorder expert Bryan Hastings took the Bloggie Live out for a spin and gives us the lowdown on its Wi-Fi features.
Toshiba’s new little pocket camcorder looked like a great catch, but nagging problems prevent us from recommending it.
Remarkable little full HD camcorder lets you quickly swap it between hands with barely a pause in shooting.
If all you need is basic documentation—and the convenience of not having to hassle with multiple SD cards and large files—this camcorder might interest you.