Despite some minor flaws, Pure Digital's Flip Video Mino is the best mini camcorder for straight-to-Web video currently available--but it also costs more, and it can't match the features of a video-savvy point-and-shoot camera.
That's the post-rebate price, but it's still a killer deal on a camcorder that used to sell for $229. And check out the bonus deal: free Bob Seger MP3s!
Still one of the nicest models available, the second-generation Flip MinoHD offers a slightly improved design, double the memory, and an HDMI output for the same price that the original MinoHD used to cost.
New versions of the Flip UltraHD and MinoHD mini-camcorders boast assorted new features, including a FlipPort socket for accessories.
Cisco Systems debuts four Flip Video mini camcorders with better video, image stabilization, and a new accessory port. Check out our full review of the new UltraHD, too.
There are plenty of HD-quality minicamcorders available to choose from, but Flip Video and Kodak continue to be ahead of the pack for many reasons. Let's head to the ring to see which product comes out on top.
While it has its flaws and is a bit expensive, the ultrasimple Flip Video MinoHD produces impressive video for a camcorder of its size.
From now until Christmas Eve, we'll be giving away a prize a day on Crave (except for weekends and holidays). Today's prize: a Flip Video MinoHD camcorder (second generation).
Flip Video's premium, second-generation version of its MinoHD offers a slightly improved design, double the memory, and an HDMI output for the same price that the original MinoHD used to cost.
Flip Video has introduced a new premium version of its MinoHD pocket camcorder that isn't all that different from the old version--but it does offer double the memory capacity, a larger LCD on the back, and an HDMI connection.