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VP-D6050, GE DV1 – Waterproof digital HD video camera, Sony HDR-CX130E, Kodak PlaySport Zx3, Sony... See newest reviews

Samsung VP-D6050

  • Summary: A practical, sensible combo unit that does each task well. Has appeal to travellers sick of fumbling through two bags of gear.
  • Pros: Enhanced portability, Multi-card reading capability (still), Sensibly combined shared controls, Good standard accessory bundle and software
  • Cons: Limited expandability, Capable but unexceptional features
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GE DV1 – Waterproof digital HD video camera

  • Conclusion: Many analysts attributed the demise of the Flip to the improvement in video quality on Apple and Android smartphones, so the question is: Is there room in the market for super-portable camcorders?
  • Pros: Waterproof; shockproof; Full HD video; easy to use
  • Cons: Flimsy USB connector; fair image quality
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Sony HDR-CX130E

  • Excerpt: Recording to Sony Memory Stick Pro card or all varieties of SD for relative convenience, this near entry-level model in Sony’s HD camcorder range incorporates a sensitive 1/4in Exmor R CMOS sensor for better results shooting in dim light and with a price tag of $699.
  • Pros: Large and obvious buttons; decent feature set for a reasonable price; choice of SD or Memory Stick storage; bright lights
  • Cons: Plasticky construction, though many will appreciate the larger controls; detail could be sharper
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Kodak PlaySport Zx3

  • Excerpt: The Playsport Zx3 is an average-sized pocket camcorder, with dimensions of 2.3 by 4.4 by 0.8 inches. Everything you need to operate the camcorder is on its body; it doesn’t use touchscreen controls.
  • Pros: Great still photos; very good video and image quality; waterproof down to 10 feet deep
  • Cons: Button layout often leads to accidental presses
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Sony Handycam HDR-HC7 - camcorder - Carl Zeiss - Mini DV (HDV)

  • Summary: Incremental the changes may be, but the HDR-HC7 is a great quality high-def camcorder, which should be perfect enthusiasts who need the recording ease of HDV.
  • Pros: HD highlights the world in all its glorious imperfection. Now looks and feels like a AU$2,000-plus item.
  • Cons: Manual controls fiddly and require stepping through the menu system. MiniDV/HDV isn't for everyone.
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