Camcorders

Panasonic AG-HPX600, microP2 unveiled

Panasonic AG-HPX600, microP2 unveiled

Panasonic has introduced what it claims it the lightest shoulder-mounted camcorder ever created. Weighing in at under seven pounds, the AG-HPX600 is very user-friendly for videographers who need to hold cameras for long periods at a time. But just because it's small doesn't mean it doesn't pack a punch. The AG-HPX600 is outfitted with a lot of the latest technology. It's also outfitted with a huge price.

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JVC Everio Camcorders get built-in WiFi

JVC Everio Camcorders get built-in WiFi

JVC has announced its 2012 lineup of Everio camcorders, which offers seven new models that span a wide range of needs from simple point-and-shoots to full manual controls. Four of the new models are now equipped with WiFi, which means that your videos and images can now be shared directly from your camcorder over a WiFi network. This combines the image and video quality of traditional camcorders with the convenience and ease of sharing that we get with smartphones.

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RED Scarlet Releases Sample Footage

RED Scarlet Releases Sample Footage

The RED Scarlet is still a prototype even though it was originally announced about two and a half years ago. To dedicated RED fans that is probably no big deal when they are looking forward to a camera with HDRx functionality. After all, this is a camera that can capture video at 3072 x 1620 RAW resolutions. The long awaited sample video released today was at 120 fps, and yes, every frame at that same screen splitting resolution.

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Panasonic Releases New HD Cameras and Camcorders

Panasonic Releases New HD Cameras and Camcorders

Panasonic has just released two new HD mobile cameras (the HM-TA20, and TA2) , and three full-HD camcorders (HX WA10, HX-DC10 and HX-DC1). The TA20 camera is waterproof, shockproof and dustproof (which sounds great to me, with two small kids in my house), and has a night view mode for shooting in dim lighting. It has a 3.0 inch touch LCD, and also can be used as a webcam with Skype. Continue after the cut to see all the details about these devices.

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RED Scarlet adds HDRx video support for extra $1,000

RED Scarlet adds HDRx video support for extra $1,000

Tell most would-be customers that you're adding $1,000 to the price tag of whatever it is they're waiting for, and you'd prompt a revolution; that just goes to show how unusual - and unusually dedicated - high-end camera manufacturer RED's customers are, since they've not only accepted a $1k increase on the upcoming RED Scarlet, but welcomed it.  The extra money is in return for HDRx functionality, something the company has been talking about since mid-September only in relation to the more expensive RED EPIC.

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