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honeybunney

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My 8 year old camcorder broke and I need to get one soon to not miss any special moments. I was wondering if anyone has bought one within a year and has been really happy with it. I primarily use it for vacation trips and family moments. I'm leaning toward a hard drive or a memory stick camcorder. I'm not very electronic literate. I don't carry blackberry or even own an Ipod. So user friendly is a plus too. I checked out consumer reports and they like the Canon or JVC, I think. Then I read elsewhere that Sony is good too. My last two were Sony's. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks!
 

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I like my Sony mini-DVD camcorder. It's great to be able to record and then plug directly into the DVD player without having to go thru the trouble of developing. I purchased mine over 2 years ago, so they've probably got new models now.
 

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Are you also in the market for a new camera? Many cameras also have very good video capabilities and use standard SD memory cards.
 
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