Camcorder gift guide for Mother’s Day

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

The blogger mum: Creative Vado Pocket Video Cam (RRP: $149.95)



Some mums have an opinion about everything. If it’s on the news, they’ll definitely have some choice words to say on the subject — from the weekend rain to the world economic climate. Instead of weathering the storm yourself, why not introduce her to the blogosphere? That way, the whole world can have an earful too. The Creative Vado Pocket Video Cam. is a beginner-friendly Net cam with built-in YouTube support.

The Vado's on-board media-management software will automatically launch when your mum plugs in the device, allowing her to upload clips in a few easy mouse clicks. The unit comes with 2GB of inbuilt memory, which will store around an hour of video at the highest quality setting.

Check out our in-depth review of the Creative Vado Pocket Video Cam.

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