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Samsung HMX-W300 Review

  • Inexpensive
  • Small and easy to hold
  • Simple user interface
  • Poor to average image quality
  • Auto share isn’t exactly auto share
  • Less than attractive design
Our Score 6.5
User Score 0

Samsung HMX-QF20 Review

  • Wireless sharing and backup
  • Lots of built-in features and adjustments
  • Easy-to-navigate UI
  • Manual focus is a nice feature
  • Still image quality is poor
  • Surprisingly feels too small
  • Wireless sharing is clunky
  • LCD can’t handle direct sun
  • Hard-to-control zoom
Our Score 6.5
User Score 0

JVC GC-PX10 Review

  • Excellent video
  • Very good photos (both need lots of light)
  • Versatile 10x zoom lens
  • Difficulty focusing in low light
  • Noisy in low light as well
  • Bulky, somewhat awkward
  • Not AVCHD 2.0
Our Score 7
User Score 9

Olympus LS-20M Review

  • Lightweight, slim design
  • Superior audio recording capabilities
  • Uninteresting in-screen UI
  • Awkward camera positioning
  • Difficult to capture decent video without a tripod
Our Score 6.5
User Score 0

Sony Bloggie Touch Review

  • Responsive, bright touchscreen
  • Simple, easy to learn and use UI and controls
  • Crisp, accurate stills and videos
  • Ability to take stills during recording
  • Slim, sleek, minimalist design
  • No SD card slot
  • No audio output jack
  • Chassis scratches easily; screen easily smudged
  • Can be awkward to hold when shooting stills
Our Score 8
User Score 3

Sony HDR-CX130 Review

  • 30x wide-angle lens
  • Excellent AVCHD videos
  • 3-inch touchscreen LCD
  • Nice compact design
  • Poor 3.3MP photos
  • Make sure you set LCD to bright when in tough…
  • Some inscrutable icons
Our Score 8
User Score 8

Editor Camcorder Reviews

Hi, I’m David Elrich and I do many of the camcorder reviews at DigitalTrends.com. As a long-time CE journalist, I’ve seen camcorders morph from shoulder-mounted monstrosities to tiny models that capture full HD 3D video. Although digital cameras and smartphones can grab acceptable video clips, nothing beats a full-featured camcorder for videos you’ll want to preserve for years and show off to friends and family on a big-screen HDTV. Use the checkboxes below to help narrow your search.

Whether you’re looking for standard definition, full HD or an affordable pocket camcorder, our camcorder buying guide and picks for the best camcorders will help simplify your decision. 

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