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Preview: PCMag.com Digital Video Camcorders Product Guide

PCMag.com Digital Video Camcorders Product Guide



Latest digital camcorder news, how-tos, editor & user reviews from PCMag.com



 



Wimius L1
The Wimius L1 is a compact action cam with 4K support and a rock-bottom price tag, but it doesn't support touch control and its microphone disappoints.



Sjcam SJ6 Legend
If you can't afford a GoPro, the Sjcam SJ6 Legend records stabilized 4K video and boasts a touch-screen interface. It's our favorite low-cost action cam.



Ricoh Theta SC
The Ricoh Theta SC camera offers a stills-first approach to 360-degree capture, bucking the trend of competing devices geared more toward video.



Vuze VR Camera
The Vuze VR records 360-degree footage in 3D, but you pay a premium compared with other cameras.



The Best 360 Cameras of 2017
Tiny video cameras with multiple ultra-wide lenses capture the entire world around you—all 360 degrees of it. Here's how the most popular models stack up in our testing.



Giroptic iO
The Giroptic iO is a small 360-degree add-on camera for smartphones. It's on the pricey side, and doesn't deliver high-resolution footage.



YI 4K+
The impressive YI 4K+ records in 4K at 60fps, but is missing some other features that would make it our top action cam.



Insta360 Air
The Insta360 Air adds 360 degree video to your Android phone for a reasonable price, but is held back by so-so resolution and battery-draining power requirements.






Knock-Off GoPros: Worth the Gamble?
Who knows? Those behind these cheap-as-dirt 4K action cameras don't have robust US PR machines, so it's tough to know if the devices are legit or a total waste of money.