In this video, we'll cover key camcorder features, so you have the info you need to start shopping. Depending on what you want to shoot, a pocket cam, high-definition camcorder or pro-style camcorder may be right for you.
What will you do with all that footage? Will you play it back on your TV, make copies to share with friends and family, or edit and back up the files using a computer? We'll look at what you can do with camcorder footage, and offer our suggestions and tips for getting the best results with your home movies.
Use our shooting tips to improve your shots and to create more engaging home videos.
Need help navigating the different recording formats? This article gives you the details on each type to help you figure out which camera is right for you.
In this article, we'll talk about high-def, zoom, geo-tagging and other options to help you decide which camcorder is right for you.
Camcorder accessories can help make your home movies memorable. Getting extra batteries, memory cards, a tripod, and few extra cables will set you up like a pro.
Get answers to common camcorder questions, including tips on using your camcorder and sharing your footage.
Learn about the different types of camcorders, discover features, and find out what some of those specifications mean.
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Steve, Crutchfield A/V Editor, gives us a tour of the Crutchfield Labs. He talks about why we built the Labs and how they can help us find you the right gear.
Canon helps you get close to the action with the VIXIA HF R30 camcorder. Check out our demo of the camera's zoom capabilities and see how much detail it captures.
Sony's projector camcorders offer sophisticated manual options along with intelligently engineered automatic functions, plus a built-in high-intensity projector so you can see your shots without the need for an external monitor.
Sony's Balanced Optical Steady Shot technology steadies your hand like a built-in steadicam when you're shooting videos. With B.O.S.S. keeping the camera still, people will never know you weren't packing a tripod. Check out a demonstration from the show floor at CES 2013.