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Kodak Zi6

Another high-definition 1,280 x 720 camera, the Kodak Zi6 boasts a similar pop-out USB connector to those featured on the Flip devices. It comes supplied with two pre-charged AA batteries and a mini-charger to recharge them when flat, which is ideal for a device designed to be carried around all over the place. The Zi6’s  Full Article…

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Flip Video Ultra

This camera from the Flip range is half the price of its HD stablemate, but there’s a clear step down in quality. Once again it’s very straightforward to use, and boasts a pop-out USB connector. The image quality on offer here isn’t bad at all considering that it’s only standard-definition 640 x 480. It’s a  Full Article…

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Disgo Video Fun

Disgo’s Video Fun is a cheap pocket digital video camera… and it shows. We tested it against two mobile phones (Nokia N73 and iPhone) and all three did a fair job recording outdoors in the sun, but struggled indoors under false light. The Video Fun failed to outperform the phones, and, in some areas, was  Full Article…

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Panasonic HDC-HS60

The Panasonic HDC-HS60 is a brand new full HD camcorder which packs internal storage galore as well as many other nifty features. However, when less than £200 gets you a pocket-sized, YouTube-friendly movie camera like the Flip or even Apple’s iPod nano, why would you want to spend over £500 on a camcorder – even  Full Article…

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Kodak Zi8

Kodak’s latest pocket digital video camera, the Zi8, is an object lesson in why an impressive spec sheet does not necessarily make a good product. At first glance, the Zi8 answers all the criticisms we had of the Kodak Zi6. It has basic stabilisation, a rechargeable Li-ion battery rather than AAs, 1080p recording rather than  Full Article…

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Sony MHS-PM5K Bloggie

Sony’s MHS-PM5K is a pocket-size camcorder offering full 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and the ability to shoot 5MP stills and take 360° videos. Sony doesn’t want you to call it by its product name though; it wants the PM5K to be known as the bloggie… Why the bloggie? Well, for a start the compact dimensions  Full Article…

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Canon LEGRIA HF S21

Sitting at the pinnacle of Canon’s 2010 range of consumer camcorders, the LEGRIA HF S21 is a powerful and practical Full HD model with a 64GB flash memory, 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen and two (yes, two) SD card slots. This is a camcorder targeted at enthusiasts and those who want premium image quality, maximum storage and  Full Article…

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Creative Vado HD 3rd Gen

The new Vado HD is the third iteration of Creative’s innovative pocket camcorder series. We’ve previously seen the original Vado, and last year we reviewed the original Vado HD. The mini, mobile phone-sized camcorder has been with us for around four years now but has never been all that popular. While it was great to  Full Article…

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Flip MinoHD 8GB

We’ve already seen what Creative is doing with its 3rd generation Vado HD and now the Flip pocket camcorder is getting it’s latest incarnation in the new Flip MinoHD 8GB edition. It’s not just a larger capacity than we’ve seen in the MinoHD’s of the past but it’s also much heavier and with a better  Full Article…

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Manfrotto 718B Digi Mini

On paper, the Manfrotto Digi Mini looks like the perfect solution. It’s light, it’s compact, yet it extends to a very useful height. It has a built-in pan and tilt head, a carry bag is included in the price and the maximum weight capacity of 3.5kg is more than enough for any compact camera or  Full Article…

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