Best flash memory camcorders

The Top 5 flash memory camcorders on the market

If you're looking to buy a new camcorder it makes sense to go with a flash memory version. Flash memory-based camcorders are quieter, smaller and more energy efficient than other video formats — including hard disk-based. It’s no coincidence that most camcorder vendors are phasing out all other formats in favour of flash memory. Here's our pick for the Top 5 flash memory-based camcorders on the market. We've tried to include a mix between high-end performers and affordable models to suit every budget.

To read our full, in-depth review, click on the model name of each camcorder.

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Sony HDR-CX110

The Sony HDR-CX110 is an affordable flash-memory-based camcorder capable of taking attractive HD video. For the asking price, it's an impressive performer across the board. It will suit casual shooters and videographers looking for a cheap portable camcorder.

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  • 12th May, 2010
  • Chris Jager
  • Sony
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  • Good HD video quality, extensive feature set, portable design
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  • Poor stills mode, ugly battery placement

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