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Kodak Playfull Video Camera

Kodak Playfull Video Camera

While most of us are more than happy to shoot vids with our smartphones, higher-quality standalone cams can still serve a purpose. In the case of the Kodak Playfull Video Camera ($150), that purpose is hassle-free video sharing. In addition to shooting 1080p video and five megapixel stills, the Playfull features a built-in USB arm and software to allow for automatic video uploading to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and the other usual suspects as soon as it's attached to a computer, along with four on-camera effects, digital image stabilization, HDMI output, face tracking technology, and an expandable SD/SDHC card slot to hold up to 32GB's worth of memories. That's a lot of uploading.

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    Sure, the odds are against you already having a 3D HDTV setup at home. But why not start recording everything in 3D right now, just in case? The ViewSonic Show'n Go 3DV5 3D HD Camcorder ($180) makes this futuristic dream possible thanks to its diminutive size, twin sensors, 720p video recording, 3D still image capture, SD storage, HDMI output, and autosterescopic 2.4" screen. Because you haven't seen your kid eating his/her own boogers until you've seen it in 3D.

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