Toshiba X100

The Toshiba X100 is the latest HD camcorder from the Japanese electronics maestros, and despite its relatively lightweight price tag, it packs in some intriguing features, including full 1080p recording at 60fps, 4GB of built-in storage space, a touchscreen and a nifty time lapse mode. Read the full Toshiba X100 review for the in-depth lowdown on this dinky digital memory-saver.

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March 1st, 2010
JVC GZ-HM400

The JVC GZ-HM400 is billed as one of the camcorder cobbler’s very best efforts, a gadget loaded up with the very latest video tech for you to push your home movie making skills up a notch. So how does it handle out in the wild? Read our JVC GZ-HM400 review and we’ll give you the full skinny.

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Samsung ST550

The rise of Facebook, MySpace et al has meant that more people than ever are taking self-portraits – and the Samsung ST550 is possibly the ideal compact digital camera for capturing that self-shot pout. Equipped with a second screen on its front side, it lets you see yourself while you’re shooting, er, yourself. But is this a mere gimmick to make a pretty standard snapper look sexier? Read our full Samsung ST550 review and we’ll tell you.

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February 26th, 2010
Samsung HMX-R10

Laying claim to the world’s smallest Full HD camcorder title, the Samsung HMX-R10 rocks a unique look and features that should satisfy all but the most intense of home movie buffs. So is it worth lashing out for? Or does it come up short against some impressive rivals? Read our Samsung HMX-R10 review and find out.

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February 25th, 2010
Canon Legria HF S11

Canon’s Legria line up is rightly lauded for its excellent sharp shooting skills. So can the Canon Legria HF S11 live up to the legacy and justify its mega price tag? Or is it just a needless gadget expense as cammies get ever cheaper? Read our Canon Legria HF S11 review now to find out.

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February 24th, 2010
Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2000

The pistol grip camcorder has gone from Sanyo’s trump card to a ubiquitous imaging gadget in just a few short years. So how does the Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2000 compare to its cheaper, Full HD packing rivals? Will it win the £250 You’ve Bee Framed prize? Or just end up churning out unwatched YouTube clips? Find out in our Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD2000 review now.

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Sony HDR-CX520

Laying your hands on a Full HD camcorder no longer means weeping as you hand over your entire monthly disposable income in your local gadget den. But the Sony HDR-CX520 harks back to a pricier age, when cammies cost hundreds. So is it worth stumping for this super-specced shooter? Or should you nab yourself a bog standard Flip MinoHD instead? Read our Sony HDR-CX520 review now and we’ll tell all.

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February 23rd, 2010
GoPro HD Helmet Hero

There’s a good chance that if you need a helmet cam, you’re the type of person who likes clambering up cliff faces and throwing yourself from planes. Handy, then, that the GoPro HD Helmet Hero is so extreme, working in the coldest conditions and able to take big old splashes of water to boot. So how does it measure up to the competition? Read our GoPro HD Helmet Hero review now to find out.

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