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DXG-569V HD Camcorder

DXG-569V HD Camcorder

HD video recording for under $200 bucks? Apparently. DXG's DXG-569V HD Camcorder ($170) records real HD (up to 1280 x 720) at 30 fps, letting even the poorest college students record co-ed debauchery in pristine, 16:9 quality. The DXG-569V features a 5-megapixel CMOS sensor for still image resolution up to 8-megapixels, a lightweight vertical design, and a rotational 3-inch TFT screen.

  • Flip Video Ultra Camcorder

    Less is definitely more with the Flip Video Ultra Camcorder ($142). Thanks to its simple-to-use and extremely portable design, this video recorder is selling like hot cakes, taking 13% of the camcorder market. The Flip holds 60 minutes of VGA-quality (640 x 480) video on 2GB of built-in memory and produces surprisingly good video and audio quality. The vertically-held camcorder doesn't have menus or settings or a memory card — just a 1.5-inch LCD, a big red record button, and buttons to playback or delete clips. A flip-out USB arm makes transferring video to your computer easy, and included software makes it simple to edit video and upload to YouTube and AOL Video.

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500

    Get all touchy-feely with the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX500 ($400). The compact 10-megapixel cam features a dual-control system that combines a 3-inch touch-screen LCD and joystick control. The FX500 also features a 25mm ultra-wide-angle Leica DC lens, 5x optical zoom, advanced Intelligent Auto technologies, and the ability to record HD video (1280 x 720p) and snap 16:9 photos. The DMC-FX500 will be available in black or silver.