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hdr-gw77v

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Sony Action Cam AS100V

Built-in image stabilization and high bitrate recording make this Sony's best Action Cam yet, but there are still a few usability quirks remaining.

January 2, 2014

4 stars Editors' rating on January 6, 2014
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Sony Alpha SLT-A77V (Body Only)

The Sony Alpha SLT-A77V is an excellent, well-designed camera for deep-pocketed amateurs; it nevertheless has a few limitations that may make it impractical for professionals.

August 24, 2011

4 stars Editors' rating on January 24, 2012
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Sony Handycam HDR-CX550V

The Sony Handycam HDR-CX550V fares well compared with the competition, though its video could be a bit sharper and the interface less cumbersome. Unless you absolutely need to store a lot of video on the camcorder--which I don't suggest--or if have large hands that could benefit from the extra grip that the hard drive provides, the CX550V is a better deal than its hard-disk-based sibling.

January 13, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating on May 26, 2010
3.5 stars User rating out of 1 reviews
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Sony Handycam HDR-XR550V

The Sony Handycam HDR-XR550V fares well compared with the competition, though its video could be a bit sharper and the interface less cumbersome. Unless you absolutely need to store a lot of video on the camcorder--which I don't suggest--or have large hands and therefore could benefit from the extra grip the hard drive provides, the cheaper and nearly identical flash-based CX550V is a better deal.

January 7, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating on May 25, 2010
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Sony HDR-CX500V

The geotagging capability remains mostly a novelty, but the top-notch video quality of the Sony Handycam HDR-CX500V and HDR-CX520V make them worthy options. Because internal memory is overpriced, the HDR-XR500V is the better deal of the two, though you may want to opt for a 2010 model that supports SD cards rather than Sony's Memory Stick.

July 8, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating on February 24, 2010
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Sony Handycam HDR-XR500V

Though their geotagging capabilities are mostly novelty and their interfaces could use a complete overhaul, the top-notch video quality, performance, and consumer-friendly feature sets of the Sony Handycam HDR-XR500V and HDR-XR520V make them worthy camcorder options. Both are overpriced, but since 14 hours of recording time is plenty--especially if supplemented with flash media--the HDR-XR500V is the better deal of the two.

January 7, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating on July 1, 2009

MSRP: $1,299.99

Sony Handycam HDR-GW77V (White)

  • Optical Sensor Type: Exmor R CMOS
  • Type: built-in flash
  • Width: 1.3 in
  • Depth: 2.8 in

Sony Handycam HDR-TD30V

  • Optical Sensor Type: Exmor R CMOS
  • Type: built-in flash
  • Width: 2.5 in
  • Depth: 5.2 in

MSRP: $999.99

User Review

Sony Handycam HDR-XR260V (Black)

  • Optical Sensor Type: Exmor R CMOS
  • Width: 2.6 in
  • Depth: 5 in
  • Height: 2.4 in
4 stars User rating out of 1 reviews

Sony Handycam HDR-XR350V

  • Optical Sensor Type: Exmor R CMOS
  • Type: built-in flash
  • Width: 2.3 in
  • Depth: 4.4 in