It's expensive, the battery life can be brief and the design might not be ideal, but GoPro's top camera continues to lead in video quality.
Though it is nearly devoid of features, this entry point for GoPro's camera line is just enough to get you started in the world of little, mountable cameras.
Getting people to put down their phones and pick up a camera isn't easy, but HTC is betting the Re is the little shooter that might do the trick.
This action camera is a cheap and cheerful alternative to the more expensive GoPro models, ideal for those who want an all-in-one package with a glut of mounting options.
True to its name, the Mini is one small camera, but its features are nearly identical to its larger linemate and its excellent video quality just as good.
The HDR-AZ1 delivers great video in a lightweight splashproof body that you can mount places other cameras can't go.
With excellent video quality, a long list of video, still and time-lapse options and a built-in touchscreen, the Hero4 Silver is the GoPro we'd pick to shoot with.
For its fourth-generation HD action cam, Replay XD went all out, making what could be one of the best options available for POV shooting with professional-looking results.
With some slight design tweaks and improved waterproofing, this POV camera is ready for action in and out of the water.
The eye-catching Polaroid Cube is an inexpensive 1080p video camera that's small and light enough to be your constant companion.
Don't want to worry about battery life when recording your next adventure? This fully funded Kickstarter project might be the answer.
Panasonic's answer to Sony's FDR-AX1 is quite a bit smaller and lighter.
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