The cutest little 1080p action camcorder in town.
Toshiba's Camileo X200 is decent value, with a generous accessory bundle, but its image quality is only mediocre.
The JVC GZ-GX1 combines premium image quality and features with sophisticated wireless control facilities.
Panasonic's HC-V500 brings proper optical image stabilisation to the budget camcorder.
Dogcam's MiniDVR HD is the king of action cameras, with a separate screen and recording unit.
Sony's HDR-TD20VE shoots great video in three as well as two dimensions.
Toshiba's Camileo X400 bundles a lot for the money.
JVC's HD Everio GZ-E205 packs decent image quality into a budget body.
A pocket-friendly camcorder with many features than a Flip for just a bit more money.
The HD Everio GZ-EX215 is another maverick camcorder offering from JVC, with some genuinely useful wireless capabilities.
The Panasonic HC-V700 combines excellent image quality with a decent range of enthusiast features.
The Canon LEGRIA HF M52 blends of high-end video performance with excellent connectivity.
The Panasonic HC-X900 improves on predecessors in lots of little ways, maintaining a winning combination of features and image quality.
The Canon LEGRIA HF G10 shows the company still has plenty to offer the serious videomaker.
The Dogcam Bullet HD Wide shoots 720p video and will strap to almost any form of headgear.
From 3D-touting dual-lens behemoths to enthusiast-friendly models, here's our pick of the best camcorders on the market.
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