This Deal of the Day from eBay offers 50% off the JVC Everio GZ-MS110 camcorder. This camera sports a 39x optical zoom, can uploads videos directly to YouTube, and is an all around good buy at full price. These usually sell for $199, and this deal brings it down to $99, saving you a full $100. That's a discount of 50%. Even better? Shipping is free. If you're interested, head on over:
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Sony’s new line of Bloggie HD video camcorders debuted at CES 2010, and we caught up with Sukhgit, Social Media Evangelist at Sony, to get the full scoop. She gives us the rundown on the Sony Bloggie PM5 and CM5 camcorders. If you are looking for an inexpensive and feature-rich high definition camcorder, you’ll want to check out the video above for the full scoop on these two cameras. You can pick up the Sony MHS-CM5 Bloggie on Amazon for $199.99, and the Sony MHS-PM5 Bloggie for $169.99.
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JVC is throwing its hat into the US pocket HD camcorder rat race, officially bringing their PICSIO cam to the US, a few weeks after announcing the PICSIO’s Japan release details. JVC is advertising the PICSIO GC-FM1 as a 1080p cam, which is a lie, since it actually does 1440x1080 at 30fps. You also have a 720p mode that shoots at 60fps, which is where we think the sweet spot is on the PICSIO. The device can also capture still 8 megapixel images, a nice value-added feature, and all the content gets recorded onto an SD card that you’ll have to provide yourself. You can get the PICSIO in purple, black, or blue, and at $200, it’s definitely a competitor to the Kodak Zi8, despite the PICSIO’s lack of mic input port.
Looks like Amazon has the JVC PICSIO for $179, a $20 discount.
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JVC is up to more camera tricks with the new HD Everio GZ-HM400. This camera has 32GB of internal memory and can record to an SD/SDHC card. It features a 10.3 megapixel CMOS sensor for nine-megapixel stills and 1080p video. It also has a One Touch Upload to YouTube and an export function to download stills and videos to an iTunes Library. It is available now at a price of $999.95, but Amazon has them for $896.44, a 10% savings.
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Sanyo has had their 720p Xacti camera line available for a while now, and they’re upping the ante with a new version, the DXM-CG11. The new model has a 10.66 MP 1/2.33 CMOS sensor, 5x optical zoom, SD/SDHC memory card support, and stereo microphone. It’ll also support Eye-Fi, those cards that can download pictures from your camera wireless. Unfortunately, the Sanyo Xacti DXM-CG11 will only be available in Japan, hitting stores on September 11 for a price of $300 in green, orange, and silver.
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Canon has got a new camcorder ready to hit the market in the Vixia HF S11. The Vixia HF S11 comes with 64 GB worth of internal memory, alongside an SDHC slot, and can record 24 hours worth of video in high definition. It also has an 8.59 Full HD CMOS image sensor, a Digic DV II image processor, and also takes 8 megapixel photos. You can choose between shooting in 24p cinema mode as well as 30p progressive mode. The Canon VIXIA HF S11 retails for $1,600, but you can pre-order it on Amazon for $200 less.
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JVC has recently introduced the GZ-HM400, an HD camcorder only available in Japan. The price is about $1,157, and it has 10.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, 32GB of built-in storage, a SD/SDHC expansion slot, HDMI output, and a 10x optical zoom. It is also capable of taking 9 megapixel stills, hold three hours of full HD content, and has a 2.8 inch flip-out LCD. For those of you in the US that was to get a piece of this action, the JVC Everio X GZ-X900 is what you’ll want.
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Pure Digital keeps cranking out those Flip Video cams. This time it is the MinoHD. This one records up to 60 minutes of high definition video with its 4GB memory. It also features a 1.5 anti-glare LCD display and has their new FlipShare software included. The camera is similar to their others with its flip-out USB arm and uploading to YouTube, MySpace, AOL video and email. At a cost of only $229.99, it weighs about 3 ozs. and can be custom designable for an extra charge. According to NPD, the company has sold over 1.5 million cameras since the launch last year. We believe it. We still love ours and never hesitate to tell anyone who will listen.
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