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Sony HDR-FX1

For the price, the best HD camera currently available.

May 21, 2008

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Sony's HDV camcorder for the indie crowd

Flash-based recording may be all the rage, but tape's not quite dead yet for the entry-level and wannabe pro shooters.

By September 10, 2008

Review

Sony DVD Dream System DAV-FX10 - home theater system - 5.1 channel

The Sony DAV-FX10 delivers the goods as an affordable and attractive home-theater solution, but competitors offer more for less.

January 27, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 27, 2006

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Camcorders at CES 2007: What can we expect?

What camcorder delights does this year's Consumer Electronics Show have in store for the intrepid indie filmmaker and casual hobbyist? Find out in our preview...

By December 28, 2006

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Sony HDV HD HVR-V1: Get the film look

Looking to capture cinematic footage but can't afford Panavision cameras and half-a-million pound lenses? There's a new camcorder in town...

By September 28, 2006

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What camcorder for filming kids in low light?

I need a camcorder to take video of my frenetic 1-year-old in low light, what can you recommend?

By September 14, 2006

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Canon XH G1 and XH A1: Fresh new little HD piggies

Canon may have lagged behind Sony on the jog to the high-def camcorder jamboree, but now it's back in fighting form with a new compact semi-pro model

July 26, 2006

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Sony HDR-UX1E and HDR-SR1E: Camcorder delights

It's high summer, and with the gentle lulling breeze and soft kiss of sunlight on your tanned cheek come Sony's latest high-def camcorder chickens

By July 24, 2006

Review

Sony HDR-FX1

Though it lacks some audio flexibility and isn't recommended for 24fps shooting, the HDR-FX1 provides advanced consumers with professional-level video controls and entry-level pros with an affordable starting camcorder.

May 2, 2005

4 stars Editors' rating May 2, 2005
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Sony Aibo has been put down: An obituary

We've always loved the Aibo, despite its lethargic trot and general disobedience, but Sony have decided it's the knacker's yard for old Aibo. Crave pays its respects

By January 27, 2006