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Camcorder Buyer's Guide

Posted on Saturday, May 27 2006 @ 14:10:19 CEST by

The TechZone has posted a Camcorder Buyer's Guide

One feature commonly espoused by the camera manufacturers is the size of the LCD screen. The bigger it is, the more you can see what you're recording and what you've captured. But the bigger it is, the more battery power it requires too. Also, some LCD screens are not very effective in bright sunlight, and that's one place you will likely be using your camcorder often. Having a viewfinder as well as an LCD screen is a useful option, enabling you to see what you are recording when seeing the screen in bright light is difficult and saving battery power.

Read more over at TTZ.



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