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3D Camcorders Continue to Evolve

Wed, 28 Mar 2012 14:30:20 +00002012-03-28T14:30:20Z

Consumers have had a somewhat tepid embrace of 3D TVs but camcorder makers have steadily expanded the number of models capable of either recording in 3D or (more commonly) converting 2D into 3D inside the camcorder via software. If you're interested in a 3D camcorder, check out our brief overview here.

Panasonic's 2012 Line-up

Mon, 26 Mar 2012 08:48:55 +00002012-03-26T08:48:55Z


We're taking a deeper dive into Panasonic's 2012 model line-up this month with overviews posted for the VC10, V100M, V500 and V500M. Overall, a pretty solid entry into the sub-$500 end of the HD camcorder market.


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Panasonic Goes Budget: HC-V100

Mon, 12 Mar 2012 16:10:13 +00002012-03-12T16:10:13Z


Not enjoying "Recovery Winter?" Have the frugal realities of the new economy still inform your purchasing decisions? Well, Panasonic has unveiled their line-up for 2012 camcorders and the first model in line for an overview is the budget-friendly VC-H100. Check it out.


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Panasonic Prices 2012 Camcorders

Wed, 29 Feb 2012 15:17:26 +00002012-02-29T15:17:26Z

Panasonic has just announced the price points on the camcorder models they introduced at CES. Without further ado:

  • $1,199.99 for the HC-X900M
  • $599.99 for the HC-V700M
  • $549.99 for the HC-V700
  • $499.99 for the HC-V500M
  • $449.99 for the HC-V500
  • $399.99 for the HC-V100M
  • $349.99 for the HC-V100

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Set Your Camcorder Videos Free

Mon, 27 Feb 2012 18:12:18 +00002012-02-27T18:12:18Z

A lot of people spend time researching a new camcorder or studying the best video-recording techniques - and that's all good. But the fun doesn't stop after you're done recording. Indeed, there's a lot that comes next - from saving, organizing, sharing and creating with the video you've just recorded. Here are four things every camcorder own must do with their home movies.

Get Better Sound from an HD D-SLR

Sun, 26 Feb 2012 16:40:55 +00002012-02-26T16:40:55Z

Recording video on a digital SLR? One of the first things you might notice is that the sound quality is pretty lousy. While video-capable digital SLRs are more popular, the audio quality hasn't kept up with the video quality. Fortunately, there are a few ways to coax some better audio from your HD d-SLR. Find out here.

Exploring Camcorder Audio

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 16:40:48 +00002012-02-25T16:40:48Z

It's easy to forget that camcorders are not just visual devices, but audio ones as well. And while manufacturers tend to stress the visual aspect of their products, sound shouldn't be over-looked. Here are some key camcorder audio features to think about the next time you go camcorder shopping.

Kodak to Drop its Pocket Camcorders

Thu, 09 Feb 2012 09:46:35 +00002012-02-09T09:46:35Z

Bad news today in the camcorder world. As part of its bankruptcy shake-up, Kodak announced that it would stop making pocket camcorders. The company said it would honor all warranties on existing products, so you won't be left entirely in the lurch if you've already purchased a Kodak video camera.


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Canon's 2012 CES Camcorder Introductions

Tue, 31 Jan 2012 18:30:56 +00002012-01-31T18:30:56Z


Canon pulled the curtain off a number of HD camcorders at CES, as you'd expect. Some of the highlights include a revamped image stabilization system and Wi-Fi. Get all the details here.


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JVC Jumps on Wi-Fi Train at CES

Tue, 31 Jan 2012 18:18:12 +00002012-01-31T18:18:12Z


Continuing our look at 2012 CES camcorder introductions, we find JVC hopping on the Wi-Fi bandwagon with four out of its seven new camcorders delivering built-in wireless. They even previewed a working prototype of a live-streaming camcorder. Check out all the juicy details here.


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