The best pocket Internet camcorder yet, if you like that kind of thing.
Capture video during extreme sports for a very keen price.
Aiptek beats the big names with our first taste of shooting video in 3D.
Canon's latest top-end HD camcorder is priced lower and has more features than its predecessor. Does this make for a winning combination?
Can Panasonic's latest HD camcorder find greater recommendation at the entry level than its predecessors?
A high definition camcorder for £110? Surely there's a catch?
A powerful point-and-shoot camcorder, with a wealth of manual settings, but only if you're willing to brave the touchscreen-operated LCD menus.
Samsung blends value with a reasonable level of image quality and features in this tidy little camcorder package.
Is the second outing for the MinoHD a significant upgrade over the original?
The HM1 is an excellent camcorder, but it faces stiff competition from cheaper alternatives.
The high definition camcorder to beat in 2010?
Has the Camileo H30 got what it takes for every day social shooting?
The Toshiba Camileo S20 is certainly a great-looking pocket camcorder but how well does it perform under testing?
If your budget can't stretch to HD, but you still want a well specified camcorder, this is definitely one to consider.
Despite its slight low light shortcomings, the Canon Legria HF M31 is a tempting proposition.
From 3D-touting dual-lens behemoths to enthusiast-friendly models, here's our pick of the best camcorders on the market.
We reveal the Best Camcorder of 2011.
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