Toshiba Camileo BW10 Camcorder ( Silver)
The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a basic, waterproof minicamcorder that's good enough to capture a casual cannonball into a pool, but not more treasured memories.
GE DV1 Pocket Video Camera ( Green)
The rugged GE DV1minicamcorder is OK for casual Web videos. If you need more than that, look elsewhere.
Kodak Playfull HD Video Camera ( Black)
The Kodak Playfull minicamcorder is a pocketful of video fun, but it might be just too "mini" for some.
Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS10 ( Silver)
If you're looking for a simple shoot-and-share minicamcorder, the Bloggie Touch is a good option--that is, as long as you understand its limitations.
Sony Bloggie MHS-PM5 ( 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.
JVC Picsio GC-FM1 ( black)
The JVC GC-FM1's impractical design and poor software hobble an otherwise competent mini camcorder competitor.
Kodak Zx1 HD Pocket Video Camera ( Yellow)
While its video quality doesn't quite match up to that of the Flip Video MinoHD, the Kodak Zx1 does win points for its stylish, rugged design.
Flip MinoHD Video Camera ( 3rd Generation, Black)
While it has its flaws and is a bit expensive, the ultrasimple Flip Video MinoHD produces impressive video for a camcorder of its size.
Flip Video Mino ( Black)
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.
Flip Video Ultra ( 60 minutes, Magenta)
With improved video quality, a slightly trimmer design, and upgraded software package, the Flip Video Ultra is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the emerging low-end digital camcorder category.