Garmin VIRB Elite review

If you want an action cam, you buy a GoPro, right? The undisputed star of extreme video recording, the little white, silver or black box has become as common a slope-side sight as unnecessary facial hair. But lately, young ups...


GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition review

  GoPro cameras have been our go-to action cams since we were knee-high to a snowboard, so we’re pretty stoked about the arrival of the Hero3+ Black Edition. This radical little box of tricks promises a better lens, ...


Canon LEGRIA HF S21 camcorder review

Pocket HD camcorders are fine tools for shooting Vimeo shorts, but if you’ve got bigger screen ambitions you’ll be after something a little more high-end. Something like Canon’s new Legria HF S21. It’s a Full HD cam...


VC Everio GZ-HM960 camcorder review

We recently tested JVC’s TD1 3D camcorder, rating it as the best 3D shooter there is right now. But in case you don’t have all that cash to burn, JVC would like to tempt you with the HM960 for around half the money. The ma...

Sony NEX-VG10 Review

Sony NEX-VG10 camcorder review

Off the back of Sony’s super-cool NEX-3 and NEX-5 swappable-lens compact cameras comes the VG10 – a camcorder that pushes the boundaries of what you can expect from a high-end, hi-def shooter. Any of Sony’s E-mount DS...


Panasonic HDC-SD60 camcorder review

Panasonic has decided to give pocket-sized camcorders a hard time. Its HDC-SD60 keeps things small and simple but adds a sackful of features that its more dinky competitors from Kodak, Flip and Sanyo don’t always include. The...


JVC Everio GS-TD1 3D camcorder review

JVC have just topped off their popular Everio camcorder range with a strange-looking beast. The twin lenses may be rather reminiscent of Wall-E, but they are the secret behind its effortlessly brilliant 3D capture. The TD1 uses...

Sony HDR-TG7E Review

Sony HDR-TG7E pocket camcorder review

Sony’s burgeoning team of Full HD camcorders now includes two models with built-in GPS, which give you the chance to geo-tag movies and stills. The TG7 is the newest arrival, and with a street price of under £800 it’s a...

samsung HMX-H200 review

Samsung HMX-H200 camcorder review

Samsung’s HMX-H200 is technically the entry-level model in a range that contains two more powerful brothers, but it’s far from underpowered. While ‘entry-level’ all too often means no frills, no fun and no upgrade path,...


JVC Picsio GC-FM2 pocket cam review

JVC’s first Picsio camcorder, the FM1, was pocket sized, fresh and fun but it didn’t do enough to unsettle the market-dominating Flip or rugged Kodak PlaySport. But now the Picsio is back and ready to show off its image...


Kodak Playtouch pocket cam review

Kodak’s PlayTouch joins an exclusive band of pocket camcorders like the new Sony Bloggie and the JVC Picsio clan to boast touchscreen operation. But while these ticklish moves grab the limelight, this pocket shooter also co...


Sony HDR-XR550 camcorder review

Sony always wants to go the extra mile and its latest Full HD shooter, complete with 240GB hard drive, has the capacity to put the 32GB and 64GB storage of rival cams well and truly in the shade. Favouring HDD (hard disk dr...

Sony HRD-TD10 review

If you’re going to do 3D video properly you don’t want the left and right views to share the same lenses or sensors. No, far better to give each view its own lens and hi-def sensor, as the Sony HDR-TD10 does. That theory is...

Sony HDR-PJ30VE camcorder review

Mash ups can make anything cool, even camcorders. With the HDR-PJ30, Sony has squeezed a pico projector into the back of flip-out screen, giving you a portable shooter capable of playing back your movies on any white wall you c...

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