DXG's 3D pocket camcorder to come out in August, be expensive

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/DXG-5d7-1.jpg" />Remember that <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/04/13/dxg-introduces-3d-capable-compact-camcorder/">3D camcorder</

DXG dresses up the camcorder, releases the Luxe Collection

I’m taking a wild guess that these camcorders are not for the average CrunchGear reader. Right? But maybe our reader’s wifes/gfs/moms would appreciate them more. The DXG Luxe Collection is

Geotate, DXG boast world's first geotagging camcorder

That up there is a photo of the world’s first—a modest claim—camcorder that has built-in geotagging. It’s the result of collaboration between Geotate and DXG, the former a geot

DXG's 567V HD camcorder could give the Flip a run for its money

DXG, “the digital camera company,” has thrown its Cowboy hat into the increasingly crowded direct-to-YouTube video cameras space. Its 567V shoots video at 30 frames per second with a 1280×720

Review: DXG DXG-566V HD camcorder

There’s certainly no shortage of flash-based camcorders these days and the trend, happily, has been to improve the image quality of these inexpensive-yet-pocketable devices. I had the chance to

DXG-569V HD camcorder announced, priced at $170

DXG (yes, that DXG) has announced the 569V series of flash-based high definition camcorders. I’m currently playing with the 566V, which is similar to the 569V except that it’s shaped more