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Find the best camcorder for your needs with our reviews of the best video cameras including high definition (HD) and hard disk drive (HDD) DV camcorder reviews.

  1. RAC 05 GPS

    RAC 05 GPS Dash Cam

    The dash cam offers great visual quality – but the Windows viewing software is flaky

    8
  2. ISAW Edge

    ISAW Edge

    The ISAW Edge provides action camera 4K shooting for under £200, with plenty of mounting accessories included.

    8
  3. Snooper DVR-4HD

    Snooper DVR-4HD

    The Snooper DVR-4HD is a dashboard camera with safety alerts and a whole lot more

    8
  4. Panasonic HC-W570

    Panasonic HC-W570

    The Panasonic HC-W570 provides camcorder double vision for a surprisingly affordable price.

    8
  5. Garmin VIRB

    Garmin VIRB XE

    The Garmin VIRB XE grabs all your extreme sports data along with its video.

    8
  6. TomTom Bandit
  7. JVC Everio GZ-R315DE

    JVC Everio GZ-R315DE

    Limited manual controls but still a keenly priced, very rugged camcorder

    8
  8. ProofCam RAC 205

    ProofCam RAC 205

    The ProofCam RAC 205 is a decent budget Full HD dash cam that comes complete with a torch.

    7
  9. VicoVation Vico-MF1

    VicoVation Vico-MF1

    A decent Full HD dash cam, but lacks features

    7
  10. Cobra CDR 875 G

    Cobra CDR 875 G

    A sat nav that depends on your smartphone

    7
  11. Sony HDR-AS50 Action Cam

    Sony HDR-AS50 Action Cam

    A decent sub-£200 GoPro alternative

    7
  12. VicoVation Opia 2

    VicoVation Opia 2

    Great image quality, but with no GPS built in the price is high.

    7
  13. Vantrue OnDash R2

    Vantrue OnDash R2

    A high resolution dashcam for not too much cash

    7
  14. JooVuu X

    JooVuu X

    The JooVuu X is keenly priced, but the lack of a screen makes it fiddly to set up

    7
  15. Garmin nuviCam LMT-D

    Garmin nuviCam LMT-D

    The Garmin nuviCam LMT-D combines a premium sat-nav with a dashboard camera – but it's a bit of a whopper

    7