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Sony HDR-TG5V HD Handycam Camcorder

Sony HDR-TG5V HD Handycam Camcorder

Is that a high definition camcorder with a built-in GPS receiver and a 10x optical zoom in your pocket, or are you just happy to see us? That's right, the sleek, titanium encased Sony HDR-TG5V Handycam Camcorder ($1,000) is a diminutive but surprisingly full-featured HD camcorder. It records in 1920x1080 HD video using a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens onto 16GB of built-in storage, and accepts Memory Stick media for ever-expandable hybrid recording. With image stabilization, 120x digital zoom, and 10x optical zoom, you'll get high quality recording no matter the distance. Automatic geotagging means you'll never forget where you've been. The camcorder also doubles as a capable digital camera, with 4-megapixel still photograph capability and a built-in, self-adjusting flash.

  • Diana Instant Back+

    Now you can get the unique look of Lomography's Diana+ immediately with the Diana Instant Back+ ($95-$190). Available with or without the camera, the Instant Back installs onto the back of any Diana camera, allowing you to use any Diana+ lens or accessory to create photos that print out and expose in about 90 seconds, just like a Polaroid — but with way more creative possibilities.

  • JVC Everio X

    While it might not be fair to call the new JVC Everio X ($1,000; June 2009) just another camera, it's probably not fair to call it a camcorder, either. Yet another example of a device that mixes impressive still video capabilities with equally impressive video, the X features a 10.3 megapixel sensor that lets you shoot 9 megapixel stills, 1080p video, simultaneous five-megapixel digital stills while recording Full HD video, 600fps slow-motion videos, and more. It's versatility that fits in your pocket.