Prognostications and speculations on what we can expect to see in digital imaging at CES 2012.
Samsung grows its ultracompact megazoom low-res camcorder collection by three.
It may be fine for an iPod or other mobile device, but the standalone VGA camcorder should really go away.
With nothing but HD camcorders announced at CES 2012, it looks like SD-resolution camcorders are finally done.
Do a spot of spring cleaning and you're likely to find a whole stack of videotapes lying around forlorn, sad and forgotten at the back of a shelf or cabinet somewhere. What should you do with these tapes?
If HD isn't for you, Samsung's got a tiny camcorder it'd like to sell you.
Sony's Handycam DCR-SX45, SX65, and SX85 standard-definition camcorders pack a megazoom lens at a reasonable price; one look at the standard-definition video, though, and you might regret not spending a bit more for an HD model.
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When it comes to memory cards, it's easy to become confused thanks to all of the different types and variations available. Whether using them in mobile phones, cameras or TVs, here's CNET Australia's guide to memory cards.
A Blu-ray deck will be a wise investment if your eyeballs crave crisp 1080p pictures. Allow us to help you choose the right machine.
I'm hoping a boring CES foreshadows subtle but substantive improvements in the products themselves.