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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



 



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.






Insta360 Launches Pro 8K 360 Camera
Insufficient resolution has been a serious hurdle for 360-degree content creators, but Insta360 has a solution.



Monster Vision VR
The Monster Vision VR is the same camera as the Gigabyte Jolt Duo, just with more bundled accessories.



Gigabyte Jolt Duo
The Gigabyte Jolt Duo is a compact, inexpensive 360-degree camera, but its 1080p output isn't sufficient for crisp video.



Nikon KeyMission 360
The Nikon KeyMission 360 is the easiest 360-degree camera to use and delivers strong quality video, but the technology is still in its infancy.



Go Live in 360 Degrees on Facebook
Facebook is rolling out the feature globally to all Profiles and Pages, and announced integrations with several camera manufacturers to make going live in 360 degrees super easy.



Casio Debuts Action Cam for Night Shoots
The magic lies in the convertible device's sensor, which captures fewer, yet bigger, pixels.



Startup Turns Video Cameras into Health Monitors
Oxehealth uses computer vision, machine learning, and skin color changes to accurately monitor people from afar.