Gift Guide – Cameras/Camcorders

Kenko-Tokina's super-cute Mickey Mouse camera

<img src="" /> Tokyo-based <a href="">Kenko-Tokina</a>, normally known for its

Review: Lexar Shoot-n-Sync Wi-Fi memory card

By now most of you have heard of the Eye-Fi Wi-Fi SD memory card and what it’s capable of, right? Okay, good. Earlier this year, January to be exact, Lexar announced that they had teamed up with Eye

Review: Samsung TL34HD camera

Cramming a 14.7-megapixel sensor into something the size of a deck of cards is no small feat, but that’s exactly what Samsung’s done with the TL34HD digital camera. Add to that the ability to reco

Review: Microsoft Lifecam Show webcam

You’ll like it if you’re looking for a high-quality webcam with decent software, autofocus, and good low-light performance. But not if you’re a Mac user or you can’t justify spending $100 on a

Review: Samsung SC-MX20 digital memory camcorder

At $249, the Samsung SC-MX20 falls delicately between cheap flash-based camcorders and more expensive hard drive-based camcorders. It strips down some features that may not be necessary in the first p

Review: Kodak Z1012 IS digital point-and-shoot The Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS is a 10.1 megapixel camera with 12x optical zoom and image stabilization.  It also records video at 1280×720. The Good This c

Review: Samsung i8 digital camera

Love them or hate them, convergence devices are here to stay and thankfully they’re getting better and better. Case in point, the Samsung i8 digital point-and-shoot camera. This tiny little 8.2-mega

Review: Kodak Zi6 Camcorder

The biggest buzz in camcorders over the last year and a half hasn’t been from any of the big manufacturers — Sony, Panasonic, JVC or Canon, et. al. Instead, it’s a little product fro

Review: JVC Everio GZ-MS100 with YouTube Upload

The JVC Everio GZ-MS100 camcorder records DVD-quality video to SD and SDHC cards and features direct uploading to YouTube . It’s priced at around $350, which places it in between lower-end hobbyist

Review: Lowepro Flipside 200

Much like its big brother the Fastpack 250, the Flipside 200, has been a great addition to my arsenal of travel luggage for gadgets and cameras alike. The Flipside 200, however, has primarily been my

Video Review: Flip Mino digital camcorder

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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

Review: Olympus SP-570UZ

Reviewing point-and-shoot cameras for you guys, no matter how complex, is like writing about light beer for a wine magazine. What can you say but that it goes down smooth and tastes great? Can you tal

Review: Samsung SC-HMX10C camcorder

The last time I used or even owned a camcorder was back in the mid-90s. They were always too big and transferring video was only something a pro did unless you were just copying to a VHS tape. It wasn