Excerpt: (3 items) Pure Digital Flip UltraHD If one were to seek a poster-child for pocket camcorders, you’d need look no further than Pure Digital’s Flip cameras . These candy bar-style camcorders epitomize point-and-shoot video with their simple operation, easy connectivity, and emphasis on sharing video across the Web. Last spring, Pure Digital released the latest in the Flip line, the $200 Flip UltraHD .
Pros: Best low-light performance of any pocket camcorder, Runs on AA batteries; HDMI-out port, Shoots HD, Good low-light shooting, Easy to operate, Compact, Can create custom case for free, Good looking video under most circumstances, HDMI output, Bright 2-inch display, FlipShare software limited but convenient, Removable battery
Cons: Bulkier than most pocket camcorders, HDMI cable not included, Microphone not terribly sensitive, Video tends toward yellow when shot with typical indoor lighting, Digital zoom produces soft images, Digital zoom unimpressive, No included HDMI cable, No image stabilization
Excerpt: Flip has carved out a substantial slice of the pocket camcorder market and it's not hard to see why: the lightweight but robust FlipVideo Flip UltraHD camcorder fits easily into a pocket and is simplicity itself to use.