Camcorder gift guide for Mother’s Day

We've rounded up camcorders for every type of mum: from technophobes to soccer moms

The bargain-hunting mum: Kogan Full HD 1080p Video Camera ($239)

Some mums can only appreciate a gift if they know you got a good deal for it. Even though they didn’t pay for it themselves, the thought of anyone getting stiffed at retail is too much for them to bear. The Kogan Full HD 1080p Video Camera is therefore guaranteed to put a smile on her face — at $299, it’s cheaper than many standard-definition camcorders.

As its name implies, the Kogan Full HD 1080p Video Camera is a high-definition camcorder that records video at a maximum resolution of 1920x1080 pixels — otherwise known as Full HD. It also comes with an 8GB SD memory card, so your mum can start shooting straight away. When it comes to bang for your buck, it’s hard to look past this camera.

Check out our full review of the Kogan Full HD 1080p Video Camera .

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