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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5 (with 14-42mm HD lens, White)

With capable, speedy performance, and a friendly but powerful interface, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5 is a good choice for people looking to upgrade from a point-and-shoot.

May 2, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating on August 6, 2012
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Panasonic HDC-SD800

Panasonic's trio of prosumer camcorders, the hard-disk-based HDC-HS900 and flash-based TM900 and SD800, deliver generally excellent video quality and provide the full set of manual controls and features advanced users want. But you have to be willing to baby the white balance a bit. The TM900 is my top pick of the three for its EVF, but if you're on a tight budget the SD800 should suit just fine.

February 22, 2011

4 stars Editors' rating on November 9, 2011
4 stars User rating out of 1 reviews
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Contour GPS HD Wearable Camcorder Camera 1400

The Contour GPS sports camera is the sweet spot in Contour's sports camera lineup, offering most of the features that most owners will find useful, and at an affordable price.

November 5, 2010

4 stars Editors' rating on July 29, 2011
3 stars User rating out of 1 reviews
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Panasonic HDC-SD60S (Silver)

Panasonic's quartet of entry-level HD camcorders--the HDC-HS60, TM60, TM55, and SD60--delivers a nice manual feature set and good performance, as well as solid video quality for their class. As long as you don't pay list price, the SD60 is a great value, and if possible, avoid paying the unnecessary price premium for the hard drive in the HS60.

March 20, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating on June 22, 2010

MSRP: $449.95

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Panasonic HDC-SD80 (Red)

A functional trio of camcorders, the Panasonic HDC-SD80, TM80, and HS80 are notable for their manual exposure controls, unusual for their price class, and well designed touch-screen interface but otherwise you can find better options. Of the three, the SD80 is the best choice simply on price.

February 22, 2011

3 stars Editors' rating on May 19, 2011
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Panasonic HDC-HS80

A functional trio of camcorders, the Panasonic HDC-SD80, TM80, and HS80 are notable for their manual exposure controls (unusual for their price class) and well-designed touch-screen interface, but otherwise you can find better options. Of the three, the SD80 is the best choice simply on price.

January 6, 2011

3 stars Editors' rating on May 19, 2011
5 stars User rating out of 1 reviews

MSRP: $599.99

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JVC Everio GZ-HD500 Camcorder (Black)

The four sibling models--the JVC Everio GZ-HM300, HM320, HM340, and HD500--deliver subpar video for even their dirt-cheap prices.

January 14, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating on July 8, 2010
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Sony Bloggie HD Camcorder (with 360 Degree Lens, Pink)

Sony gains ground against the minicamcorder competition with the Bloggie MHS-PM5, but its software and overall video quality keep it from moving ahead.

January 7, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating on May 5, 2010
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Panasonic HDC-TM700 ( 32GB, Black)

The flash-based Panasonic HDC-TM700 and its hard-disk sibling, the HDC-HS700, stand out for their low-light video quality and broad set of manual controls. However, while the TM700 is very attractively priced for its class, the HS700 is not, and not worth the price premium unless you absolutely need the hard disk.

February 24, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating on May 27, 2010
2.5 stars User rating out of 2 reviews

MSRP: $999.95

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Panasonic HDC-HS300

A very good prosumer HD camcorder, the Panasonic HDC-HS300 still isn't as good a deal as the similarly featured but flash-based TM300 and has the same annoying touch-screen interface.

February 25, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating on June 2, 2009

MSRP: $1,399.95