camcorder review

Sony MC50U

The Sony HXR-MC50U is a pro/prosumer-level camcorder that is packaged with a shotgun mic.  The MC50U captures 1080/60i AVCHD video at a max 24Mbps bit rate. [click to continue…]

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The Panasonic HDC-TM90 is a Full HD camcorder that sports touch screen input and a 40x zoom.  The TM90 is capable of shooting 1920 x 1080 footage a full 60p frame rate.  It has 16GB of internal storage, along with an SDXC card slot for additional storage.

Check out the full review over at Tech Tilt: Panasonic HDC-TM90 Camcorder Review.

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Panasonic’s HDC-HS700 is a great little HDD/SD hybrid AVCHD camcorder that will serve well for most anyone wanting to produce rock solid HD video and the integrated 5.1 channel built in mic can make for fun, surround sound home movies.

Read the full review at Tech Tilt: Panasonic HDC-HS700 Full HD Camcorder Review

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The Aiptek 3D i2 camera is one of the first and few 3D camcorders of the year, but sadly lands quite solidly at the lower end of the camcorder totem pole.  I really had high hopes for my first 3D pocket camcorder, but the Aiptek 3D fell short on most aspects.

Read the full review over at Tech Tilt: Aiptek i2 3D HD Camcorder Review

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The Canon VIXIA HF-S21 is a compact camcorder that captures Full HD 1920 x 1080 in AVCHD format with a number of frame rate options.   The Canon VIXIA HF-S21 is larger than entry-level camcorders like the Sony HDR-CX350V; however, it’s not so big to prevent you from toting it on family outings or other casual endeavors.

Read the rest of the review at Tech Tilt: Canon VIXIA HF S21 Camcorder Review.

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