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Sony Net-Sharing Cam

Sony Net-Sharing Cam

Looking for an easier way to capture and upload video of your shirtless-dancing skills and beer-drinking parrot? The Sony Net-Sharing Cam ($200; Sept.) has you covered. Designed for social networkers and video bloggers, the pocketable camera can record about five hours of web-ready MPEG-4 video footage, then lets you upload short video clips to the web. It also snaps print-quality, 5-megapixel digital still photos, weights only five ounces, and has a built-in flash, a 2.4-inch SwivelScreen LCD, and rechargeable Lithium Ion battery. [via]

  • Canon HR10 HD Camcorder

    If you've been wanting a camcorder that offers Full HD recording onto DVD, your wish has been granted. The Canon HR10 HD Camcorder ($1200; August 2007) offers full 1920 x 1080 resolution on its CMOS image sensor with on-chip noise reduction. Other features include a 24p Cine Mode, Super Range Optical Image Stabilization, and Canon's proprietary DIGIC DV II HD Image Processor. Throw in the convenience of recording to conventional 3-inch DVDs and HDMI output, and you've got yourself one solid camcorder. [via]

  • Red One Camera

    Shooting in HD is so last year. If you really want to take your digital cinematography to the next level of detail, check out the Red One Camera ($17,500; 2007). From the Red Digital Cinema Camera Company, started by Jim Jannard, founder of Oakley, the camera boasts an impressive 4520 x 2540 sensor that can record lossless video in 2540p (compatible with Apple's new ProRes 422 format), and works with lenses designed for both the 35mm and 16mm formats. It also has several accessories and mounts available. All things considered, it might be the best camera ever made for digital cinema. [via]