Canon Optura 60 Video
Canon's feature-packed camcorder shoots very good daylight footage but has reason to be scared of the dark.
The Canon Optura 600 is a very good pocket camcorder that's also a reasonable snapshot camera.
A very good pocket camcorder that, in a pinch, can double as a decent snapshot camera.
A very good pocket camcorder that, in a pinch, can double as a decent snapshot camera. With a higher-resolution LCD and a video light, the Optura 500 is a better bet, though.
A decent pocket camcorder that's also a makeshift snapshot camera, the Canon Optura S1 is not an optimal choice for indoor shooting.
If the Optura 30 is good, the Optura 40 is better, thanks to its video light. But if you don't find yourself shooting in a lot of low-light situations, it may not be worth the cash.
The slick, compact Optura 300 is an excellent choice for picky shooters who want a solid vacation camcorder without the excess baggage.
The all-around solid performance of this feature-packed, digital photo-friendly all-in-one makes the Canon Pixma MP760 stand out from the crowd.
Perfect for vacation videos and home movies, as long as you stock a spare battery.
Canon's bargain-basement camcorder provides home-moviemakers with the tools to shoot surprisingly high-quality video, but good lighting is essential.