Over the past several years, camcorders have come down in price to a point where even the most budget-conscious consumer can afford to own one. But do you want 16:9 format? High definition picture? How about hard disk recording? It can be difficult to find the right camcorder for your needs, but here are a few good sites to get you started.
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This site is completely dedicated to camcorders, and promises “unbiased reviews, prices and advice.” It features a ton of different reviews and guides, formatted in a clear and concise manner.
This is a magazine website that has reviews, articles, news, user forums and comparison-shopping engines.
This site focuses on digital camcorders compatible with a computer. It’s not as extensive as the other sites, but it’s a good place to get a second or third opinion on a particular unit.