And it's actually black this time.
Combining everything great about the Hero4 cameras and then some, the GoPro Hero5 Black is a no-compromise capture device for the ordinary and extraordinary.
GoPro one ups its own top camera with the Hero6 Black and its superior stabilization and performance in the same small waterproof package as its predecessor.
Sony's first action camera is good. It just needs a few design tweaks and feature fixes to make it stand out even more.
Though the updates might seem minor on paper, the GoPro Hero3+ is most definitely more than the sum of its parts, proving that it's still the king of action cameras.
The SR10 offers a good balance between value and quality in the emerging consumer HD video space.
The Sony HDR-PJ760 is a superb camera with clever design and fantastic control, perfect for those looking to shoot high-quality video with a handheld device.
If you're not interested in being able to record HD footage, you'll find this standard definition camcorder a good bet.
The GoPro Hero+ LCD isn't exactly a bargain for its entry-level specs, but if you appreciate a streamlined feature set and its built-in touchscreen, it's worth the extra money over the very basic Hero.
The CX130 is an impressive camcorder within its price range, featuring a stylish exterior and large LCD screen, though its image and video quality don't quite live up to the aesthetics.
The overall appeal of the Toshiba Camileo X400 lies heavily in its aesthetic appearance and design, which make it seem like a far more expensive camera than it actually is. Underneath this impressive exterior, however, is a very poor video camera that is as underwhelming as it is frustrating.
Though it still can't topple the GoPro in terms of overall video quality, Sony's second action camera is still the contender to beat when it comes to image stabilisation.
Sanyo's VPC-CA6 excels at being small, portable and easy to understand. Using it, however, reveals more than a few flaws in the implementation of its design.
Incremental the changes may be, but the HDR-HC7 is a great quality high-def camcorder, which should be perfect enthusiasts who need the recording ease of HDV.
The Samsung Gear 360 is great for simple 360-degree video and photos. You'll just need the right Galaxy phone and a Windows computer to get the most from it, right out of the box.
The Replay XD Prime X might not have the name recognition of others in the category, but thanks to its lightweight, ultracompact and waterproof body; solid 1080p video quality and pro-centric features, it deserves a spot on your short list.
Hitachi's entry-level DZ-GX5060SW doesn't offer anything truly exciting in the DVD camcorder market - except the low asking price. If you can live with the old axiom about getting what you pay for, then it's a decent buy.
So long as you're not expecting Hollywood-esque footage, the BW10 from Toshiba is a decent (and cheap) waterproof camcorder.