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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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My first stop for all things electronic, this site has a ton of reviews, editors’ top picks as well as a buyer’s guide and a camcorder blog.

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.

Camcorder Info
This site contains more reviews and ratings (as well as camcorder forums and news) to help consumers in their search for the right model. Be sure to check out their blog for more news.

Videomaker Magazine
This is a magazine website that has reviews, articles, news, user forums and comparison-shopping engines.

PC Magazine
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.

Though you can always find the best price using price search engines like NexTag, StreetPrices, PriceScan and PriceGrabber, the following online stores are reputable:

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