Edit Static BlockThese camcorders are the high-fliers, the football captains of the camcorders world that, for whatever reason, have caught the eye of the public and held it. The ten camcorders on this list are the best sellers on Camcorder-HQ, and indeed are generally among the best money can buy. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, every once in a while an ultra-stylish yet terrible camcorder makes the cut, yet for the most part there are few surprises. Still, unless you place ultimate trust in your fellow consumers, check out our rating before making your purchase.
Sony's compact mainstream CX380 includes a 3" touchscreen and records in full HD, 1920x1080. With a 30x optical zoom and 16 GB of flash memory, this model looks to be… more
Sony's CX line has long been a favorite, and we don't expect the CX260 to be any different. For around $550, the CX260 offers high quality 1920x1080 60p HD recording,… more
The V500 and VX700 both feature larger sensors than JVC's cheaper E-series, and thus sport a less impressive 10x optical zoom. Still, the lens is a bright f1.8-2.8 and image… more
An older model that's still offered by a few retailers, the Sony CX160 was one of our favorites when first released. Here's what we had to say about it in… more
The EX-250 is exactly the same as the cheaper EX210, other than the inclusion of 16GB of internal flash memory. Key features include a 1.5 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor, 40x… more
Take the shake out of 1920x1080 60p/24p Full HD video with Balanced Optical SteadyShot image stabilization in the HDRPJ710V Handycam camcorder. Enjoy ultra-stable video from its 10X Optical/17X extended digital… more
Canon's M52 replaces the older M41, and offers some real improvements to entice potential upgraders. The headliner here is the new HD CMOS Pro, which supposedly offers 20% better low-light… more