Which HD Pocket Camcorder Is Best for You?

At a Glance

The flashy, well-priced Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1 doesn't deliver outstanding video quality, but it does offer great features and versatility for a high-def pocket camcorder.

Price when rated: $170
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The Flip UltraHD improves an already excellent line of pocket camcorders with a wider-angle lens, better low-light footage, more storage capacity, and an HDMI-out port.

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The full-featured Zi8 captures the best HD pocket-camcorder footage we've seen, but its interface and digital zoom often get in the way.

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The second-generation Flip MinoHD is the sexiest and most solidly built pocket camcorder we've seen yet, and it backs those refinements up with very good video quality.

Price when rated: $230
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At a Glance

The Memorex MyVideo HD pocket camcorder won't bowl you over with its performance or build quality, but its feature set represents good value for the price.

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