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Oh, so your infant's first words were \"3D camera,\" were they? Now you can reward your little princess with her first cam without needing to switch to store-brand baby food -- after turning off the Home Shopping Network, of course. The DXG-018 3D camera will run you just under $70, but it'll be wort

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Surely you made a New Year's resolution, right? Right. What better way to keep tabs on yourself than to nab a new pocket camcorder? DXG has just unveiled a new duo of handheld video cameras, so we won't waste any time getting down to the nitty-gritty. The aptly-named Twist looks an awful lot like L

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We're still waiting for geotagging to go mainstream on consumer-level still cams, but Geotate isn't waiting around in its quest for location-aware domination -- it's teamed up with DXG to develop the first geotagging video camera we've seen. The camera itself isn't anything special -- it's just ano

6 years ago 0 Comments
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We've seriously stopped trying to understand what differentiates one DXG camcorder from the next. Every release reads something like \"blah, blah, 1080p,\" followed by a price that's simply too good to be true. The DXG-595V claims to capture 1080p (imagine that!) video onto your SDHC card for a mere

6 years ago 0 Comments
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We've seriously stopped trying to understand what differentiates one DXG camcorder from the next. Every release reads something like \"blah, blah, 1080p,\" followed by a price that's simply too good to be true. The DXG-595V claims to capture 1080p (imagine that!) video onto your SDHC card for a mere

6 years ago 0 Comments
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Uh oh, DXG's creeping its way up into luxury territory. Earlier this year, we saw the outfit dish out a craptacular $149 HD camcorder, and just a few months back we were introduced to the $169 DXG-569V. Now, it'll take another Hamilton in order to rightfully claim its newest unit, the DXG-567V. The

6 years ago 0 Comments
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Uh oh, DXG's creeping its way up into luxury territory. Earlier this year, we saw the outfit dish out a craptacular $149 HD camcorder, and just a few months back we were introduced to the $169 DXG-569V. Now, it'll take another Hamilton in order to rightfully claim its newest unit, the DXG-567V. The

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While DXG has few aspirations to taste or quality, they sure know how to price this stuff. The new DXG-569V HD cam can shoot 1280 x 720 video at 30 fps, captures 5 megapixel stills and sports a 3-inch foldout LCD, all for the bargain basement price of $169. Naturally, that video quality probably wo

6 years ago 0 Comments
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While DXG has few aspirations to taste or quality, they sure know how to price this stuff. The new DXG-569V HD cam can shoot 1280 x 720 video at 30 fps, captures 5 megapixel stills and sports a 3-inch foldout LCD, all for the bargain basement price of $169. Naturally, that video quality probably wo

6 years ago 0 Comments
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Hooray, another budget camcorder from DXG. Perfect for \"teens, college students, young adults, and women\" who apparently all fit into the category of lovers of cheap, questionable quality recorders. The DXG-565V is a 5 megapixeler capable of recording 720 x 480 pixel MPEG-4 video at 30fps. It'll ev

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DXG is no stranger to bottom-end, über-cheap kit, and while the vast majority of its products are simply laughable, this one may just be cheap enough to respect -- maybe. The all new DXG-566V HD, set to debut officially at CES, sets a new bar for HD camcorders, as this bugger rings up at a mer

6 years ago 0 Comments
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DXG is no stranger to bottom-end, über-cheap kit, and while the vast majority of its products are simply laughable, this one may just be cheap enough to respect -- maybe. The all new DXG-566V HD, set to debut officially at CES, sets a new bar for HD camcorders, as this bugger rings up at a me

6 years ago 0 Comments
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Yeah, sure it's no Canon or Nikon, but those heavy hitters aren't offering you a 10 megapixel point-and-shoot for under $200, and DXG's new DXG-110 can even boast a brand name Panasonic CCD in its drab gray housing. With an MSRP of $170, you can almost predict all of this model's specs without read

7 years ago 0 Comments
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The bargain-bin-phenom has struck again, and this time it's the five-megapixel DXG-572V camcorder that's delivering a lot of promises for an uber-cheap price. 'Course, we wouldn't expect the built-in CMOS sensor, 4x digital zoom, white balance adjuster, voice recorder, digital still camera, or \"nea

7 years ago 0 Comments
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After a slight detour with some PMPs, low-end manufacturer DXG is getting back to its regular game of cheap but wholly unremarkable digital cameras, upping things to a full 7.1 megapixels with its new DXG-711 digicam. Apart from that more than adequate (for most) resolution, the camera will give yo

7 years ago 0 Comments
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We've seen bargain-basement brands toss gaming functionality into a non-gaming device in a somewhat futile attempt to polish up a product before, and apparently, DXG has caught the consolidation bug too. The DXG-589V handheld camera / camcorder mimics the design of Sanyo's Xacti HD2, but rather tha

7 years ago 0 Comments