The IronX HD offers up good POV video and features as well as a nice accessory package for less than $250.
With its redundantly named DXG-301V, digital camera newcomer DXG claims to have shattered price and functionality barriers by putting a 3.2-megapixel sensor inside a camcorder's body--all for $199! But the DXG-301V's video features are lacking, and its elongated shape makes it an awkward choice for point-and-shoot photography
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The IronX HD is a value-packed action cam with some nice features for its sub-$250 price.
It might be made for kids, but the DXG-018 3D digicam is an inexpensive way for anyone to make 3D photos.
Digital camera and camcorder manufacturer DXG says inexpensive 3D video creation is on the way later this year.
The Flip may be dead, but it spawned an entire device category: the shoot-and-share mini-camcorder. Here are some of its followers worth checking out now and down the road.
CES 2011 is certain to showcase new 3D-ready cameras and camcorders, but here's what's available today for consumers.
Whether you like shooting video with a compact, pistol-grip camcorder or a more traditional horizontal design, DXG has you covered. And they're HD models no less.
Barnes & Noble is launching new boutique areas for its Nook e-reader; DXG releases the first pocket-size 3D camcorder; and the iPhone Dev Team makes jailbreaking as easy as swiping your finger.
Barnes and Noble is launching new boutique areas for its Nook e-reader, DXG releases the first pocket-size 3D camcorder, and the iPhone Dev Team makes jailbreaking as easy as swiping your finger.