The small digital camera found in pockets and purses across the globe may soon have a companion--the pocket digital camcorder. These diminutive moving-picture makers produce quality good enough for casual viewing and YouTube and cost less than US$200.
Several weeks ago I took a look at Pure Digital's Flip Ultra pocket camcorder and pronounced it good. But that was then and this is now and while I still believe the Flip Ultra is a good camcorder, my current favorite, the Kodak Zi6, is better. At $180 it costs the same as the Flip Mino yet, unlike the Ultra or Mino, can shoot in 720p HD, uses removable batteries, and carries an SD memory slot, allowing you to store up to 32GB of content.
In this episode of the Macworld Video I take you on a short tour of that camera.
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