Panasonic's answer to Sony's FDR-AX1 is quite a bit smaller and lighter.
The water-, shock-, dust-, and freezeproof consumer video camera is ready for some rough treatment and packs a 40x zoom lens, but that's about all it offers.
The new Black edition rocks twice the processing power of its predecessor, while the updated Silver gets a built-in touchscreen, and both get some new features for when the lights go down.
The gnarly Panasonic HX-A500 waterproof wearable camcorder shoots sick 4K video of your extreme adventures.
The eye-catching Polaroid Cube is an inexpensive 1080p action cam with video quality that takes a backseat to design.
At this year's show, we learned that wearables aren't just for fitness and phones, action cams are plentiful, and camera lineups are thinning out, and that's probably for the better.
The Geonaute has three cameras to capture panoramic videos that can be viewed on an iPad.
Luke Westaway gets his hands on Sony's first 4K video camcorder, the FDR-AX100 at CES 2014.
Based off Sony's typical top-of-the-consumer-line camcorder design, the AX100 fits the consumer profile a lot better than the AX1 the company released late in 2013.
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.