Posts Tagged: "Camcorders"

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Falcon Eye Night Vision Camera Offers Color Images (Video)


Night vision cameras, as we all know from the movies and ill-shot videos of spoiled heiresses, offer one color: Green. That’s due to how the imaging is done, and it’s something of a problem in that monochrome doesn’t offer a lot of detail. The Falcon Eye, however, solves this problem...


The Panasonic Lumix GH4 Records 4K Video


Panasonic’s Lumix GH line, built around the micro four-thirds standard, has been notable for bringing a lot of power to the “low end” DSLR market. It was a pioneer of video recording on interchangeable-lens form factors, and it’s currently blasting through a new barrier: Making 4K video cheaper for all...


GoPro Hero 3+ Goes 4K


The “action cam” has rapidly become a popular standby for everyone from extreme sports fans to people who just like strapping little cameras to things. And GoPro has been overhauling the tiny little guy ever since. Now the latest version is out, and it’s got, believe it or not, much...


Sony’s HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder Is Built For Bands


Oh, Sony, you with your catchy names and clever puns for your products. Aside from sounding like a droid in Star Wars, though, the HDR-MV1 might actually be useful for musicians looking to record live gigs. The Video Let’s start with the video. It’s “full HD”, meaning 1080p, and recorded...


Best Deals Last Week: October 3rd (List)


We’ve definitely had a wide range of products get sales hit in the past week. From video cameras to HDTVs at record breaking low prices and even smartphones and tablets. Here’s we’ve compiled a list of the best ones that are still around to take advantage of: 10. Panasonic HDC-TM41H...

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Zoom Q3HD Camcorder Review


[rating: 3.5/5] Pros: Amazing audio quality for a camcorder Lightweight Easy to use and records full HD video Cons: Build feels a bit cheap Doesn’t include rechargeable batteries Screen is unremarkable With the proliferation of smartphone video cameras, most now reaching 720p HD quality, it’s anyone’s guess why one would invest...


Flip Camcorders Are Dead, Long Live The Smartphone


Say goodbye to Cisco’s line of Flip Camcorders.  Yesterday, the company announced that they would discontinue the production of their handy, pocket sized camcorders.  Their official statement is that  they “will exit aspects of its consumer businesses and realign the remaining consumer business to support four of its five key...