Sony Handycam DCR-HC32 Video
The DCR-HC40's touch screen can be inconvenient to use, but this affordable compact camcorder's footage in automatic mode isn't likely to need many adjustments.
The Sony DCR-HC26 provides impressive size, zoom power, and features for a bargain-basement camcorder.
Sony's top midlevel MiniDV camcorder delivers quality video that'sworth the step up from its less-expensive siblings.
Capturing video on MiniDV cassettes and 3-megapixel stills on a Memory Stick Duo card, the DCR-HC96 comes in at the top of Sony's HC tape-based consumer camcorder line.
Unless this camcorder's low-resolution, low-quality stills are importantto you, you might as well go for Sony's less-expensive DCR-HC26.
The DCR-HC85 is easy to use and compact, but we expect better video quality from a camcorder in its class.
Pat Houston takes a first look at Sony's camcorder, the HC90.
Pat Houston checks out the color viewfinder in Sony's HC42 camcorder.
The Sony Handycam HDR-HC1 is a good first effort at a consumer HD camcorder, but only HD fanatics should consider it.
The Sony Handycam HDR-HC7 is a great high-definition camcorder for deep-pocketed leisure shooters, as long as they like the camcorder's touch-screen interface.