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Best 4K Camcorders

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What makes a good camcorder? That's a complicated question that mostly revolves around your particular needs, but if you need to record in the best quality possible, you should take a look at these 4K camcorders. Since the market for camcorders is smaller than it used to be, the prices are lower than ever.

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Sony 4K HD Camcorder

Versatile shooting

This Sony shoots with a Zeiss lens backed by optical Steady Shot image stabilization. Video is always clear, never shaky, and the full 4K HD outputs stunning detail. Videos are shareable via onboard Wi-Fi, and the Sony can also stream your adventures live.

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Fambrow 4K Video HD Camcorder

Ideal for vlogging

The Fambrow 4K camcorder is light and portable. It has a webcam function, an ideal feature for those who want to vlog. Also, it can connect to Wi-Fi, allowing you to control the camera via your smartphone and even share images and videos without needing to upload to your computer.

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ORDRO 4K HD Digital Camcorder

Eliminates background noise

The ORDRO camcorder has an impressive list of features. Time-lapse recordings compress long footage into shorter videos that are ideal for online sharing. The external microphone picks up sound while eliminating background noise, and JPEG and MP4s are both supported.

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Panasonic 4K Ultra HD Camcorder

Twin-camera effect with smartphones

The Panasonic captures high-quality 4K photos from video frames. So cool! No matter what format you shoot, you can save individual images too. This Sony attaches to your smartphone to give you two cameras in one. It's an excellent feature for creating multiple scenes and angles. In-camera editing is possible on the fly with the Sony, which means you spend less time editing later.

Which 4K camcorder should you buy?

Our favorite 4K camcorder is the  Sony 4K HD Camcorder. It's a hefty investment but offers the most versatile shooting experience available today.

If a more affordable vlogging camera is what you need, go for the FamBrow. With a 48-megapixel lens, 16X zoom, and an IPS touchscreen, this is a bargain-priced camera with some fancy features. When the sound matters as much as the video quality, the ORDPRO is an easy choice. This camcorder isolates voices, separating them from background noise, while also producing crisp video.