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GoPro Hero

Though the GoPro Hero is nearly devoid of features, this entry point for GoPro's lineup is just enough to get you started in the world of little, mountable cameras.

GoPro Hero3

The GoPro Hero3 Silver and White editions are strong contenders in the sports camera market, but the faster, more powerful Black Edition is head and shoulders the best sports camera on the market today.

Garmin Dash Cam 20

With a bit of tweaking, the Garmin Dash Cam 20 is a (mostly) silent witness that watches the road without attracting the driver's attention.

GoPro Hero3+ Silver Edition

If you like GoPro's camera design and just want solid HD video, you might be able to save yourself $100 and get this instead of the $400 Black Edition.

Canon Vixia HF M30

At its best, the Canon Vixia HF M3x series--composed of the M300, M30, M31, and M32--delivers a very good blend of video quality, features, and performance for the money, but some people may find the touch-screen interface extremely frustrating to use and the battery life painfully short. Plus, you really need to bump up to the highest bit rate quality. Of the series, the HF M300 is the best deal.

Canon Elura 100

With a big zoom, a small size, and a decent price, the Canon Elura 100 is a great choice if you plan on steering clear of low-light situations.

JVC Everio GZ-MC500

This extremely compact, nicely designed camera should please technophiles who want both photo and video capabilities and can afford to splurge.

Sony Handycam XR500V

Though their geotagging capabilities are mostly novelty and their interfaces could use a complete overhaul, the top-notch video quality, performance, and consumer-friendly feature sets of the Sony Handycam HDR-XR500V and HDR-XR520V make them worthy camcorder options. Both are overpriced, but since 14 hours of recording time is plenty--especially if supplemented with flash media--the HDR-XR500V is the better deal of the two.

Kodak Super 8 Camera

The Kodak Super 8 film camera brings the fun of shooting 8mm film into the digital age.

Dimika Action Cam

A tiny, point-and-shoot, full-HD video camera that's simple and fun to use, the Dimika Action Cam is a very good inexpensive option for situations in which you don't want to risk your more-expensive camera or smartphone.

Vantrue Ondash R1 Pro Dash Cam

The R1 Pro's video looks good, but the lack of telemetry information about speed and location limit this dashcam's output for litigation, and US insurance rules more generally lessen the need for this type of evidence.

Revl Arc

The Revl Arc uses a motor and a team of sensors to make sure your video stays level while you shoot, and automatically edit clips when you're done.

Nokia Ozo

What's it like to use a 360-degree camera designed to create virtual reality content? This is what we learned from using the Ozo.

Sony Handycam HDR-UX5

High-def recording for the masses at AU$1,799. You'll have to do without optical image stabilisation though.

Activeon Solar X

Just drop Activeon's Solar X camera into its case, flip up the solar panels and you'll get up to 4 hours of additional battery life.

Liquid Image Ego LS

After first appearing at CES 2014, the little Ego LS returns to CES 2015 with improved wireless for live-streaming video and photos and US and international shipment plans.

Google Jump

Complementing Google's Cardboard VR headset and YouTube's support for 360-degree VR video, filmmakers will have a camera array rig for virtual-reality video creation.

Cyclops Gear CGLife 2 1080p HD Video Glasses Black

Lean on features with merely OK video and a design that isn't for everyone, the best part about the Cyclops Gear CGLife 2 HD video glasses is their simplicity.

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