While bigger than most of its competitors and high priced for a mini camcorder, the Kodak Zi6's attractive design and decent video quality adequately compensate for some usability drawbacks.
It may not be Kodak's latest and greatest pocket 'corder, but the Zi6 delivers solid 720p video, a roomy LCD, and admirably easy controls.
It's a refurb, but so what? Kodak backs with a full one-year warranty, same as new models. The Zi6 shoots crisp 720p video; it's one of the top-rated models in its class.
It's a mini digital camcorder that records to flash and can shoot in HD.
Get a pocket HD camcorder for $80 out the door (plus tax in some states), a classic PC game for two bucks, or a 4GB clip-on MP3 player for $29.99 shipped.
Why wait? Right now, today, you can score killer deals on a Blu-ray player, high-def pocket camcorder, or 24-inch desktop monitor. They're all new, too--no refurbs.
The budget camcorder market has lurched into gear with the announcement of the Kodak Zi8, a new high-definition shooter
The Flip Mino had better cover its ears: the Zoom Q3 is here to kick botty and take names in the mini-camcorder market. Why? It's all in the sound
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Pure Digital CEO says he welcomes imitators as he looks to grow the digital camcorder business. On Thursday his company will introduce two updated Flip Video devices.