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Kodak Zi6

Kodak Zi6

If you haven't yet picked up a Flip pocket camcorder, check out the new Kodak Zi6 ($180). This pocket-bound beauty records 60fps 720p HD video onto a SDHC card, runs on rechargeable Ni-MH AA batteries but can also run off standard AA's in a pinch, and plays back video on its built-in 2.4-inch LCD. This might just be the first Kodak product we purchase in the new millennium.

  • Sony HDR-CX12 Handycam Camcorder

    This is new. The Sony HDR-CX12 Handycam ($900; Aug.) is an HD camcorder with Smile Shutter technology, which captures great photos while recording videos at the same time. It works like this — while recording, the camera detects smiles and automatically takes and saves a photo without you having to lift a finger, and without disrupting the video. The HDR-CX12 can record full 1920 x 1080 HD video and 10-megapixel photos on Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo media and any Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark2) media cards (it ships with a 4GB card). It also features a 2.7-inch Clear Photo LCD Plus screen, Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound recording, and a built-in zoom microphone.

  • Sanyo Xacti HD1010

    Like the Xacti HD1 before it, Sanyo's new Xacti HD1010 ($800; July) offers small-bodied HD (this time in 1080i) recording. It features face detection for up to 12 people at once, a 300fps slow-motion video mode, a 10x optical zoom lens, image stabilization, and a 2.7"LCD. Video is stored on SD or SDHC cards, and the HD1010 also takes 4-megapixel stills. It's an HD powerhouse that fits in your pocket.