Sony Handycam DCR-PC1000 Video
This pocket MiniDV camcorder excels outdoors, and back home, you'll love the Handycam Station dock.
Its compact size and great stills and videos make the PC350 a top choice for a double-duty camcorder.
This top-of-the-line, full-featured camcorder produces excellent video and takes decent digital stills.
Sony's top midlevel MiniDV camcorder delivers quality video that'sworth the step up from its less-expensive siblings.
The Sony Handycam DCR-DVD403 is the first DVD camcorder we've seen that doesn't force you to compromise on features or quality--much.
The Handycam DCR-TRV460 offers an excellent upgrade from an 8mm or Hi8 camcorder, with digital video recording and the ability to view and transfer your old tapes. But if you don't need 8mm or Hi8 compatibility, competing MiniDV cameras offer superior qua
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.
The DCR-HC85 is easy to use and compact, but we expect better video quality from a camcorder in its class.
Though their geotagging capabilities are mostly novelty and their interfaces could use a complete overhaul, the top-notch video quality, performance, and consumer-friendly feature sets of the Sony Handycam HDR-XR500V and HDR-XR520V make them worthy camcorder options. Both are overpriced, but since 14 hours of recording time is plenty--especially if supplemented with flash media--the HDR-XR500V is the better deal of the two.
Sony's 60GB hard-drive-based AVCHD camcorder delivers top notch performance and image quality.