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5 Best Camcorders Under $50 in the US - August 2019

Updated 18 June 2019 by Matthew
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5 best camcorders under $50

Which Are the Best Camcorders Under $50?

Don't have time to read our analysis of the best camcorders under $50? No problem, let's cut to the chase, the best camcorders under $50 are:

  • 1) Vivitar DVR936 - $89.05 eBay
  • 2) Toshiba Camileo BW10 -
  • 3) Cisco Flip UltraHD -
  • 4) Polaroid ID1880 - $31.56 eBay
  • 5) ION SnapCam Lite -

What Camcorder Under $50 to Buy in July 2019?

Below we provide a detailed run through of the top 5 camcorders under $50 currently for sale in the United States:

Best Buy
Vivitar DVR936 Toshiba Camileo BW10 Cisco Flip UltraHD Polaroid ID1880 ION SnapCam Lite
Vivitar DVR936 Toshiba Camileo BW10 Cisco Flip UltraHD Polaroid ID1880 ION SnapCam Lite
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8MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
50g
4K
RESOLUTION
1"
OPTICAL
5MP
10x
OPTICAL ZOOM
98.5g
FULL
HD
RESOLU-
TION
1.16h
BATTERY LIFE
1.6MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
250g
HD
READY
RESOLU-
TION
18MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
90g
FULL
HD
RESOLU-
TION
1h
BATTERY LIFE
5MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
50g
HD
READY
RESOLU-
TION
2h
BATTERY LIFE
89
Reviews
3 Reviews
81
Features
Fully-Featured
80
Value for Money
Very Good
79
Kagoo Score
Very Good
87
Reviews
31 Reviews + 1 Award
80
Features
Fully-Featured
72
Kagoo Score
Very Good
90
Reviews
58 Reviews + 4 Awards
80
Features
Fully-Featured
74
Kagoo Score
Very Good
81
Reviews
13 Reviews
80
Features
Fully-Featured
79
Value for Money
Very Good
75
Kagoo Score
Very Good
64
Brand Rating
Good Brand
78
Features
Good Features
69
Kagoo Score
Good
A classic and fully featured 8MP 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels resolution camcorder, with one of the lightest weights available and a low price. It has an image stabilizer and is Full HD. A fully featured and award winning 10x optical zoom, 98.5g video camera. It has an image stabilizer and a face detection, supports HDMI and is Full HD. Our review analysis indicates that it has a very great picture quality, it's good at resisting water ingress and really easy to use. Multiple reviews mentioned that this video camera it. It's a multi award winning and fully featured 250g, 1.6MP video camera. It has an image stabilizer and a built-in display and supports HDMI. A classic and high image quality 90g 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels resolution camcorder, with a very good spec and a cheap price. It has an image stabilizer and a built-in flash, supports HDMI and is Full HD. An spectacularly light weight and good spec 5MP 1280 x 720 (HD Ready) pixels resolution video camera.
7 Reasons For
Lighter
3840 X 2160 (4K) Pixels Pixels Resolution
Image Stabilizer
Full HD
Better Kagoo Score
More Shops Are Selling it
User Reviews Are Appreciably Better
8 Reasons For
Bigger Optical Zoom
A Lot Bigger Digital Zoom
Image Stabilizer
Full HD
Face Detection
Built-in Flash
Built-in Microphone
HDMI
9 Reasons For
Image Stabilizer
Faster Maximum Frame Rate
HDMI
A Lot Longer Video Recording Time
Four More Awards
Expert Reviews Are Slightly Better
Overall Reviews Are Slightly Better
4 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Higher Review Score
Better Great Video Quality
7 Reasons For
A Lot Bigger Total Megapixels
Image Stabilizer
Full HD
Built-in Flash
21% Larger Display Diagonal
HDMI
$57 Cheaper
6 Reasons For
80% Lighter
Full HD
34% Longer Maximum Battery Life
Waterproof
18 Months Newer
Better Brand
7 Reasons Against
Vastly Smaller Optical Zoom
10MP Smaller Total Megapixels
70% Smaller Digital Zoom
Shorter Maximum Battery Life
$57 More Expensive
Over Two Years Older
Worse Brand
16 Reasons Against
48.5g Heavier
73% Smaller Total Megapixels
Lower Maximum Video Resolution
A Lot Slower Maximum Frame Rate
Smaller Display Diagonal
0.84h Shorter Maximum Battery Life
43% Shorter Video Recording Time
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Older by Over Three Years
Three Less Awards
Expert Review Rating is Slightly Worse
User Review Rating is Much Worse
Worse Brand
4 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Lower Review Score
Worse Great Video Quality
10 Reasons Against
9x Smaller Optical Zoom
45% Heavier
Hugely Smaller Total Megapixels
9 Times Lower Maximum Video Resolution
Not Full HD
Does Not Have a Built-in Flash
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Over One Year Older
Worse Brand
11 Reasons Against
9x Smaller Optical Zoom
31% Heavier
Only 1920 X 1080 (Full HD) Pixels Pixels Resolution
Smaller Digital Zoom
50% Shorter Maximum Battery Life
Worse Kagoo Score
Less Retailers
Over Two Years Older
Vastly Lower User Review Score
Vastly Lower Overall Review Score
Worse Brand
5 Reasons Against
9x Smaller Optical Zoom
Vastly Smaller Total Megapixels
Lower Maximum Video Resolution
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
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Vivitar DVR936

$89.05
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Vivitar DVR936

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Vivitar DVR936
8MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
50g
4K
RESOLUTION
1"
OPTICAL
1h
BATTERY LIFE
3x
(DIGITAL)

The Vivitar DVR936 has a Kagoo Score of 79. However with a price tag of $89.05 this camcorder is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Vivitar DVR936.

Features We Love:
Lighter than average (50g)
Has an image stabilizer
3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels resolution (3840x2160 pixels)
Full HD
Has a wireless connection

A classic and fully featured 8MP 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels resolution camcorder, with one of the lightest weights available and a low price. It has an image stabilizer and is Full HD.

89
Reviews
3 Reviews
81
Features
Fully-Featured
80
Value for Money
Very Good
79
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Purchasers report that Vivitar DVR936 has good user reviews with an average user rating of 73%.

7 Reasons For for Choosing the Vivitar DVR936

Lighter

The Vivitar DVR936 is a 50g camcorder, and so does the ION SnapCam Lite. That's 200g lighter than the Cisco Flip UltraHD (250g), 40g lighter than the Polaroid ID1880 (90g) and 48.5g lighter than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (98.5g). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the camcorder, including battery.

A lighter camcorder is easier to handle when recording and to carry when travelling.

3840 X 2160 (4K) Pixels Pixels Resolution

The Vivitar DVR936 has a max video resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels pixels, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD and the ION SnapCam Lite have a max video resolution of 1280 x 720 (HD Ready) pixels and the Polaroid ID1880 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 have a max video resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels. More ...

Video resolution is the amount of pixels that make up each frame of the recorded video.

A higher video resolution means that each frame will be more detailed and sharper, with less blurring or smudging. This leads to a far higher quality video.

Image Stabilizer

The Vivitar DVR936 has an image stabilizer, and so do the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10, but the ION SnapCam Lite does not. More ...

'Image Stabilizer' denotes whether the camcorder has an Image stabiliser system - a function that smooths out the movement of the camera.

Image stabilization allows for far smoother videos, and lessens the amount of jerky movement that comes with handheld recording.

Full HD

The Vivitar DVR936 is Full HD, and so are the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD is not. More ...

A full HD camcorder captures video with a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD camcorders capture more pixels which make the recording appear sharper compared to camcorders with a lower resolution.

Better Kagoo Score

The Vivitar DVR936 has received a Kagoo Score of 79, however the Cisco Flip UltraHD scored 74, the ION SnapCam Lite scored only 69, the Polaroid ID1880 scored 75 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 scored 72.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of retailers increases the price competition amongst retailers for this camcorder and also increases the chances of the product remaining in stock.

User Reviews Are Appreciably Better

Based on 3 user reviews, the average review score of the Vivitar DVR936 is 73%, however the average rating of the Polaroid ID1880 is 52% (based on 13 reviews) and the average rating of the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is 63% (based on 15 reviews).

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Vivitar DVR936

Vastly Smaller Optical Zoom

The Vivitar DVR936 has an optical zoom of 1x (as do the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite and the Polaroid ID1880), however the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 10x optical zoom camcorder (9x bigger). More ...

An optical zoom lets you enlarge the subject without having to move closer to it.

An optical zoom lets you zoom without loosing image quality. Digital zooms will simply enlarge the pixels and make the image look blurry.

10MP Smaller Total Megapixels

The Vivitar DVR936 has a total megapixels of 8MP, whereas the Cisco Flip UltraHD is a 1.6MP camcorder (6.4MP smaller), the ION SnapCam Lite and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 are both 5MP camcorders (3MP smaller) and the Polaroid ID1880 is an 18MP camcorder (10MP bigger). More ...

A megapixel (MP or Mpx) is one million pixels, and is a term used not only for the number of pixels in an image, but also to express the number of image sensor elements of digital cameras or the number of display elements of digital displays. For example, a camera that makes a 2048 1536 pixel image typically uses a few extra rows and columns of sensor elements and is commonly said to have "3.2 megapixels" or "3.4 megapixels", depending on whether the number reported is the "effective" or the "total" pixel count (as opposed to the 2048 1536 = 3,145,728 finished image pixels).

A larger number of megapixels increases the sharpness of images and video.

70% Smaller Digital Zoom

Vivitar DVR936 is only 3x (digital). That's 1x smaller than the Polaroid ID1880 (4x) and 7x smaller than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (10x). More ...

A digital zoom enlarges the pixels in a digital image to make the subject appear closer. Using digital zoom can result in images becoming blurry as the underlying image remains the same.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge a subject without having to move closer. Digital zoom can be used as an alternative to an optical zoom, although it will result in a loss of image quality.

Shorter Maximum Battery Life

Vivitar DVR936 is only 1h battery life, and so does the Polaroid ID1880. That's 1h shorter than the ION SnapCam Lite (2h) and 0.16h shorter than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (1.16h). More ...

'Maximum Battery Life' indicates how long the camcorder is capable of recording video for, measured in hours.

A longer battery life allows you to record video for longer before recharging the camcorder or changing the battery.

$57 More Expensive

The Vivitar DVR936 is more expensive than the Polaroid ID1880 by $57.

Over Two Years Older

The Vivitar DVR936 is older than the Cisco Flip UltraHD by six months and older than the ION SnapCam Lite by two years. The Vivitar DVR936 is the same age as the Polaroid ID1880.

Worse Brand

Vivitar camcorders have an average rating of only 51.6%, whereas ION has an average rating of 60.3%, Polaroid has an average rating of 52.2% and Toshiba has an average rating of 52.4%.

The cheapest price that we found for the DVR936 in the United States is $89.05 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Toshiba Camileo BW10

Toshiba Camileo BW10

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Toshiba Camileo BW10
5MP
10x
OPTICAL ZOOM
98.5g
FULL
HD
RESOLU-
TION
1.16h
BATTERY LIFE
10x
(DIGITAL)
2"
SCREEN SIZE
64GB
MAXIMUM
1.16h
VIDEO

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a Kagoo Score of 72. With a price tag of $0.00 this camcorder is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Toshiba Camileo BW10.

Features We Love:
Very light (98.5g)
Has an image stabilizer
Supports HDMI
Has a face detection
Has a built-in microphone

A fully featured and award winning 10x optical zoom, 98.5g video camera. It has an image stabilizer and a face detection, supports HDMI and is Full HD. Our review analysis indicates that it has a very great picture quality, it's good at resisting water ingress and really easy to use.

87
Reviews
31 Reviews + 1 Award
80
Features
Fully-Featured
72
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Our review analysis indicates that Toshiba Camileo BW10 has ok expert reviews and average user reviews with an average overall rating of 69%, based on 31 reviews.

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8 Reasons For for Choosing the Toshiba Camileo BW10

Bigger Optical Zoom

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 10x optical zoom camcorder. That's 9x bigger than the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936 (1x). More ...

An optical zoom lets you enlarge the subject without having to move closer to it.

An optical zoom lets you zoom without loosing image quality. Digital zooms will simply enlarge the pixels and make the image look blurry.

A Lot Bigger Digital Zoom

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 10x (digital) camcorder, whereas the Polaroid ID1880 is only a 4x (digital) camcorder (6x smaller) and the Vivitar DVR936 is only a 3x (digital) camcorder (7x smaller). More ...

A digital zoom enlarges the pixels in a digital image to make the subject appear closer. Using digital zoom can result in images becoming blurry as the underlying image remains the same.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge a subject without having to move closer. Digital zoom can be used as an alternative to an optical zoom, although it will result in a loss of image quality.

Image Stabilizer

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has an image stabilizer (as do the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936), whereas the ION SnapCam Lite does not have this feature. More ...

'Image Stabilizer' denotes whether the camcorder has an Image stabiliser system - a function that smooths out the movement of the camera.

Image stabilization allows for far smoother videos, and lessens the amount of jerky movement that comes with handheld recording.

Full HD

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a Full HD camcorder (as are the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936), whereas the Cisco Flip UltraHD is not. More ...

A full HD camcorder captures video with a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD camcorders capture more pixels which make the recording appear sharper compared to camcorders with a lower resolution.

Face Detection

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a face detection, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936 do not have this feature. More ...

'Face Detection' indicates whether the camcorder has the ability to detect faces while recording, allowing it to automatically make sure they remain in full focus.

Face detection makes it far easier to make sure that people always appear in full focus, meaning no messed up videos due to bad focus.

Built-in Flash

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a built-in flash (as does the Polaroid ID1880), but the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 do not have this feature. More ...

'Built-in Flash' denotes whether the camcorder has a flash unit built into it, or whether you have to rely on natural lighting or external flash units.

Built-in Microphone

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a built-in microphone, whereas the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936 do not. More ...

'Built-In Microphone' denotes whether the camcorder has a microphone built into the body of the device, in order to record audio along with the video.

A built-in microphone isn't going to be as high quality as a professional mic, but it's a good alternative if you want to record audio alongside your home videos.

HDMI

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 supports HDMI (as do the Cisco Flip UltraHD and the Polaroid ID1880), but the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 do not support this feature. More ...

'HDMI' denotes whether the camcorder has an HDMI connection, allowing it to connect directly to TVs and monitors.

An HDMI connection allows you to display the videos you take in high definition on your TV or computer monitor, making it easy to stage screenings for family and friends!

16 Reasons Against for Choosing the Toshiba Camileo BW10

48.5g Heavier

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a weight of 98.5g, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD is a 250g camcorder (151.5g heavier), the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 are both 50g camcorders (48.5g lighter) and the Polaroid ID1880 is a 90g camcorder (8.5g lighter). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the camcorder, including battery.

A lighter camcorder is easier to handle when recording and to carry when travelling.

73% Smaller Total Megapixels

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 5MP camcorder, and so does the ION SnapCam Lite. That's 3.4MP bigger than the Cisco Flip UltraHD (1.6MP), 13MP smaller than the Polaroid ID1880 (18MP) and 3MP smaller than the Vivitar DVR936 (8MP). More ...

A megapixel (MP or Mpx) is one million pixels, and is a term used not only for the number of pixels in an image, but also to express the number of image sensor elements of digital cameras or the number of display elements of digital displays. For example, a camera that makes a 2048 1536 pixel image typically uses a few extra rows and columns of sensor elements and is commonly said to have "3.2 megapixels" or "3.4 megapixels", depending on whether the number reported is the "effective" or the "total" pixel count (as opposed to the 2048 1536 = 3,145,728 finished image pixels).

A larger number of megapixels increases the sharpness of images and video.

Lower Maximum Video Resolution

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a max video resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels pixels, and so is the Polaroid ID1880, which is 4 times lower maximum video resolution as the Vivitar DVR936 (3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels). More ...

Video resolution is the amount of pixels that make up each frame of the recorded video.

A higher video resolution means that each frame will be more detailed and sharper, with less blurring or smudging. This leads to a far higher quality video.

A Lot Slower Maximum Frame Rate

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has a maximum frame rate of 30fps, however the Cisco Flip UltraHD is a 60fps camcorder (30fps faster). More ...

'Maximum Frame Rate' denotes how many frames per second (fps) are captured and displayed when recording video.

A higher fps means that the camcorder is recording far more frames for every second of footage, leading to a far smoother and more fluid video - the action will be less jerky and look of a higher quality.

Smaller Display Diagonal

Toshiba Camileo BW10 is only 2" screen size. That's 0.7" smaller than the Polaroid ID1880 (2.7"). More ...

Display diagonal of the camcorder's build in display.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to record and review video and images.

0.84h Shorter Maximum Battery Life

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 1.16h battery life camcorder, whereas the ION SnapCam Lite is a 2h battery life camcorder (0.84h longer) and the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936 are both 1h battery life camcorders (0.16h shorter). More ...

'Maximum Battery Life' indicates how long the camcorder is capable of recording video for, measured in hours.

A longer battery life allows you to record video for longer before recharging the camcorder or changing the battery.

43% Shorter Video Recording Time

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 1.16h video recording time camcorder. That's 0.84h shorter than the Cisco Flip UltraHD (2h). More ...

'Video Recording Time' is how long the camcorder can record uninterrupted footage before the battery needs charging or changing.

A longer video recording time means that you can record more video in a single session, and need to recharge the battery less.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has received a Kagoo Score of 72, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD scored 74, the Polaroid ID1880 scored 75 and the Vivitar DVR936 scored 79.

Not Currently Available

We couldn't find any retailers that are currently selling the product. More ...

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Older by Over Three Years

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 is two years older than the Cisco Flip UltraHD, four years older than the ION SnapCam Lite, 18 months older than the Polaroid ID1880 and 18 months older than the Vivitar DVR936.

Three Less Awards

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 has only received 1 award, however the Cisco Flip UltraHD has received 4 awards.

Expert Review Rating is Slightly Worse

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 only has an average expert score of 70%, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD has an average expert rating of 74% (based on 58 reviews).

User Review Rating is Much Worse

The Toshiba Camileo BW10 only has an average user score of 63%, but the Vivitar DVR936 has an average user rating of 73% (based on 3 reviews).

Worse Brand

Toshiba camcorders have an average rating of only 52.4%, however ION has an average rating of 60.3%.

4 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Lower Review Score

Laptopmag.com, CNET.com, CNET.co.uk and CNET.de all gave the Toshiba Camileo BW10 a lower review score. More ...

Laptopmag.com: Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 60% vs Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80%

CNET.com: Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 64% vs Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80%

CNET.co.uk: Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 70% vs Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80%

CNET.de: Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 64% vs Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80%
Worse Great Video Quality

On average reviewers thought the Toshiba Camileo BW10 was worse great video quality.

Cisco Flip UltraHD

Cisco Flip UltraHD

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Cisco Flip UltraHD
1.6MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
250g
HD
READY
RESOLU-
TION
HD
2h
VIDEO

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has a Kagoo Score of 74. With a price tag of $0.00 this camcorder is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Cisco Flip UltraHD.

Features We Love:
Has an image stabilizer
Supports HDMI
Fast maximum frame rate (60fps)

Multiple reviews mentioned that this video camera it. It's a multi award winning and fully featured 250g, 1.6MP video camera. It has an image stabilizer and a built-in display and supports HDMI.

90
Reviews
58 Reviews + 4 Awards
80
Features
Fully-Featured
74
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Multiple reviews mentioned that Cisco Flip UltraHD has good expert reviews with an average expert rating of 74%, based on 58 reviews.

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9 Reasons For for Choosing the Cisco Flip UltraHD

Image Stabilizer

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has an image stabilizer, and so do the Polaroid ID1880, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936, however the ION SnapCam Lite does not. More ...

'Image Stabilizer' denotes whether the camcorder has an Image stabiliser system - a function that smooths out the movement of the camera.

Image stabilization allows for far smoother videos, and lessens the amount of jerky movement that comes with handheld recording.

Faster Maximum Frame Rate

The Cisco Flip UltraHD is a 60fps camcorder. That's 30fps faster than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (30fps). More ...

'Maximum Frame Rate' denotes how many frames per second (fps) are captured and displayed when recording video.

A higher fps means that the camcorder is recording far more frames for every second of footage, leading to a far smoother and more fluid video - the action will be less jerky and look of a higher quality.

HDMI

The Cisco Flip UltraHD supports HDMI, and so do the Polaroid ID1880 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10, whereas the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 do not. More ...

'HDMI' denotes whether the camcorder has an HDMI connection, allowing it to connect directly to TVs and monitors.

An HDMI connection allows you to display the videos you take in high definition on your TV or computer monitor, making it easy to stage screenings for family and friends!

A Lot Longer Video Recording Time

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has a video recording time of 2h, but the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is only a 1.16h video recording time camcorder (0.84h shorter). More ...

'Video Recording Time' is how long the camcorder can record uninterrupted footage before the battery needs charging or changing.

A longer video recording time means that you can record more video in a single session, and need to recharge the battery less.

Four More Awards

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has received 4 awards, but the ION SnapCam Lite has received no awards, the Polaroid ID1880 has received no awards, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 has received 1 award and the Vivitar DVR936 has received no awards.

Expert Reviews Are Slightly Better

Based on 58 reviews, the average expert review score of the Cisco Flip UltraHD is 74%, whereas the average rating of the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is 70% (based on 16 reviews).

Overall Reviews Are Slightly Better

Based on 58 reviews, the average overall review score of the Cisco Flip UltraHD is 76%, whereas the average rating of the Polaroid ID1880 is 52% (based on 13 reviews), the average rating of the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is 69% (based on 31 reviews) and the average rating of the Vivitar DVR936 is 73% (based on 3 reviews).

4 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Higher Review Score

CNET.co.uk, Laptopmag.com, CNET.com and CNET.de all gave the Cisco Flip UltraHD a better review score. More ...

CNET.co.uk: Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80% vs Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 70%

Laptopmag.com: Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80% vs Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 60%

CNET.com: Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80% vs Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 64%

CNET.de: Cisco Flip UltraHD = 80% vs Toshiba Camileo BW10 = 64%
Better Great Video Quality

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Cisco Flip UltraHD was better great video quality. More than 30 people thought that it had a good video quality and three people thought that it also had a great picture quality.

10 Reasons Against for Choosing the Cisco Flip UltraHD

9x Smaller Optical Zoom

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has an optical zoom of 1x (as do the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936), whereas the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 10x optical zoom camcorder (9x bigger). More ...

An optical zoom lets you enlarge the subject without having to move closer to it.

An optical zoom lets you zoom without loosing image quality. Digital zooms will simply enlarge the pixels and make the image look blurry.

45% Heavier

The Cisco Flip UltraHD is a 250g camcorder. That's 200g heavier than the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 (50g), 160g heavier than the Polaroid ID1880 (90g) and 151.5g heavier than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (98.5g). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the camcorder, including battery.

A lighter camcorder is easier to handle when recording and to carry when travelling.

Hugely Smaller Total Megapixels

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has a total megapixels of 1.6MP, but the ION SnapCam Lite and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 are both 5MP camcorders (3.4MP bigger), the Polaroid ID1880 is an 18MP camcorder (16.4MP bigger) and the Vivitar DVR936 is an 8MP camcorder (6.4MP bigger). More ...

A megapixel (MP or Mpx) is one million pixels, and is a term used not only for the number of pixels in an image, but also to express the number of image sensor elements of digital cameras or the number of display elements of digital displays. For example, a camera that makes a 2048 1536 pixel image typically uses a few extra rows and columns of sensor elements and is commonly said to have "3.2 megapixels" or "3.4 megapixels", depending on whether the number reported is the "effective" or the "total" pixel count (as opposed to the 2048 1536 = 3,145,728 finished image pixels).

A larger number of megapixels increases the sharpness of images and video.

9 Times Lower Maximum Video Resolution

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has a max video resolution of 1280 x 720 (HD Ready) pixels pixels (as is the ION SnapCam Lite), however the Polaroid ID1880 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 have a max video resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels and the Vivitar DVR936 has a max video resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels. More ...

Video resolution is the amount of pixels that make up each frame of the recorded video.

A higher video resolution means that each frame will be more detailed and sharper, with less blurring or smudging. This leads to a far higher quality video.

Not Full HD

The Cisco Flip UltraHD is not Full HD, but the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936 are. More ...

A full HD camcorder captures video with a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD camcorders capture more pixels which make the recording appear sharper compared to camcorders with a lower resolution.

Does Not Have a Built-in Flash

The Cisco Flip UltraHD does not have a built-in flash, however the ION SnapCam Lite, the Polaroid ID1880, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936 have this feature. More ...

'Built-in Flash' denotes whether the camcorder has a flash unit built into it, or whether you have to rely on natural lighting or external flash units.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Cisco Flip UltraHD has received a Kagoo Score of 74, whereas the Polaroid ID1880 scored 75 and the Vivitar DVR936 scored 79.

Not Currently Available

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Over One Year Older

The Cisco Flip UltraHD is older than the ION SnapCam Lite by 18 months.

Worse Brand

Cisco camcorders have an average rating of only 42.8%, but ION has an average rating of 60.3%, Polaroid has an average rating of 52.2%, Toshiba has an average rating of 52.4% and Vivitar has an average rating of 51.6%.

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18MP
1x
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HD
RESOLU-
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1h
BATTERY LIFE
4x
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2.7"
SCREEN SIZE
4920 X 3620
STILL IMAGE
RESOLUTION

The Polaroid ID1880 has a Kagoo Score of 75. With a price tag of $31.56 this camcorder is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Polaroid ID1880.

Features We Love:
Big total megapixels (18MP)
Very light (90g)
Has an image stabilizer
Supports HDMI
Has a built-in flash

A classic and high image quality 90g 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels resolution camcorder, with a very good spec and a cheap price. It has an image stabilizer and a built-in flash, supports HDMI and is Full HD.

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13 Reviews
80
Features
Fully-Featured
79
Value for Money
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75
Kagoo Score
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Our review analysis indicates that Polaroid ID1880 has below average user reviews with an average user rating of 52%, based on 13 reviews.

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7 Reasons For for Choosing the Polaroid ID1880

A Lot Bigger Total Megapixels

The Polaroid ID1880 has a total megapixels of 18MP, whereas the Cisco Flip UltraHD is only a 1.6MP camcorder (16.4MP smaller), the ION SnapCam Lite and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 are both only 5MP camcorders (13MP smaller) and the Vivitar DVR936 is only an 8MP camcorder (10MP smaller). More ...

A megapixel (MP or Mpx) is one million pixels, and is a term used not only for the number of pixels in an image, but also to express the number of image sensor elements of digital cameras or the number of display elements of digital displays. For example, a camera that makes a 2048 1536 pixel image typically uses a few extra rows and columns of sensor elements and is commonly said to have "3.2 megapixels" or "3.4 megapixels", depending on whether the number reported is the "effective" or the "total" pixel count (as opposed to the 2048 1536 = 3,145,728 finished image pixels).

A larger number of megapixels increases the sharpness of images and video.

Image Stabilizer

The Polaroid ID1880 has an image stabilizer, and so do the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936, but the ION SnapCam Lite does not. More ...

'Image Stabilizer' denotes whether the camcorder has an Image stabiliser system - a function that smooths out the movement of the camera.

Image stabilization allows for far smoother videos, and lessens the amount of jerky movement that comes with handheld recording.

Full HD

The Polaroid ID1880 is Full HD, and so are the ION SnapCam Lite, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD is not. More ...

A full HD camcorder captures video with a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD camcorders capture more pixels which make the recording appear sharper compared to camcorders with a lower resolution.

Built-in Flash

The Polaroid ID1880 has a built-in flash, and so does the Toshiba Camileo BW10, however the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 do not. More ...

'Built-in Flash' denotes whether the camcorder has a flash unit built into it, or whether you have to rely on natural lighting or external flash units.

21% Larger Display Diagonal

The Polaroid ID1880 has a display diagonal of 2.7", however the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is only a 2" screen size camcorder (0.7" smaller). More ...

Display diagonal of the camcorder's build in display.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to record and review video and images.

HDMI

The Polaroid ID1880 supports HDMI, and so do the Cisco Flip UltraHD and the Toshiba Camileo BW10, however the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 do not. More ...

'HDMI' denotes whether the camcorder has an HDMI connection, allowing it to connect directly to TVs and monitors.

An HDMI connection allows you to display the videos you take in high definition on your TV or computer monitor, making it easy to stage screenings for family and friends!

$57 Cheaper

The Polaroid ID1880 costs $57.49 less than the Vivitar DVR936.

11 Reasons Against for Choosing the Polaroid ID1880

9x Smaller Optical Zoom

The Polaroid ID1880 has an optical zoom of 1x (as do the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936), however the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 10x optical zoom camcorder (9x bigger). More ...

An optical zoom lets you enlarge the subject without having to move closer to it.

An optical zoom lets you zoom without loosing image quality. Digital zooms will simply enlarge the pixels and make the image look blurry.

31% Heavier

The Polaroid ID1880 is a 90g camcorder. That's 160g lighter than the Cisco Flip UltraHD (250g), 40g heavier than the ION SnapCam Lite and the Vivitar DVR936 (50g) and 8.5g lighter than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (98.5g). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the camcorder, including battery.

A lighter camcorder is easier to handle when recording and to carry when travelling.

Only 1920 X 1080 (Full HD) Pixels Pixels Resolution

The Polaroid ID1880 has a max video resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels pixels (as is the Toshiba Camileo BW10), but the Vivitar DVR936 has a max video resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels. More ...

Video resolution is the amount of pixels that make up each frame of the recorded video.

A higher video resolution means that each frame will be more detailed and sharper, with less blurring or smudging. This leads to a far higher quality video.

Smaller Digital Zoom

Polaroid ID1880 is only 4x (digital). That's 6x smaller than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (10x) and 1x bigger than the Vivitar DVR936 (3x). More ...

A digital zoom enlarges the pixels in a digital image to make the subject appear closer. Using digital zoom can result in images becoming blurry as the underlying image remains the same.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge a subject without having to move closer. Digital zoom can be used as an alternative to an optical zoom, although it will result in a loss of image quality.

50% Shorter Maximum Battery Life

Polaroid ID1880 is only 1h battery life, and so does the Vivitar DVR936. That's 1h shorter than the ION SnapCam Lite (2h) and 0.16h shorter than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (1.16h). More ...

'Maximum Battery Life' indicates how long the camcorder is capable of recording video for, measured in hours.

A longer battery life allows you to record video for longer before recharging the camcorder or changing the battery.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Polaroid ID1880 has received a Kagoo Score of 75, however the Vivitar DVR936 scored 79.

Less Retailers

Only 1 store sell the Polaroid ID1880, whereas 2 sellers sell the Vivitar DVR936. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this camcorder and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over Two Years Older

The Polaroid ID1880 is older than the Cisco Flip UltraHD by six months and older than the ION SnapCam Lite by two years. The Polaroid ID1880 is the same age as the Vivitar DVR936.

Vastly Lower User Review Score

The Polaroid ID1880's average user rating is only 52%, however the Toshiba Camileo BW10's is 63% (based on 15 reviews) and the Vivitar DVR936's is 73% (based on 3 reviews).

Vastly Lower Overall Review Score

The Polaroid ID1880's average overall rating is only 52%, however the Cisco Flip UltraHD's is 76% (based on 58 reviews), the Toshiba Camileo BW10's is 69% (based on 31 reviews) and the Vivitar DVR936's is 73% (based on 3 reviews).

Worse Brand

Polaroid camcorders have an average rating of only 52.2%, whereas ION has an average rating of 60.3% and Toshiba has an average rating of 52.4%.

The cheapest price that we found for the ID1880 in the United States is $31.56 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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ION SnapCam Lite

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5MP
1x
OPTICAL ZOOM
50g
HD
READY
RESOLU-
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2h
BATTERY LIFE

The ION SnapCam Lite has a Kagoo Score of 69. With a price tag of $0.00 this camcorder is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the ION SnapCam Lite or read our article on whether you should buy a ION camcorder.

Features We Love:
Lighter than average (50g)
Waterproof
Full HD
Features photo mode
Freeze-resistant

An spectacularly light weight and good spec 5MP 1280 x 720 (HD Ready) pixels resolution video camera.

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6 Reasons For for Choosing the ION SnapCam Lite

80% Lighter

The ION SnapCam Lite is a 50g camcorder, and so does the Vivitar DVR936. That's 200g lighter than the Cisco Flip UltraHD (250g), 40g lighter than the Polaroid ID1880 (90g) and 48.5g lighter than the Toshiba Camileo BW10 (98.5g). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the camcorder, including battery.

A lighter camcorder is easier to handle when recording and to carry when travelling.

Full HD

The ION SnapCam Lite is Full HD, and so are the Polaroid ID1880, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936, whereas the Cisco Flip UltraHD is not. More ...

A full HD camcorder captures video with a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD camcorders capture more pixels which make the recording appear sharper compared to camcorders with a lower resolution.

34% Longer Maximum Battery Life

The ION SnapCam Lite is a 2h battery life camcorder. That's 1h longer than the Polaroid ID1880, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936 (1h). More ...

'Maximum Battery Life' indicates how long the camcorder is capable of recording video for, measured in hours.

A longer battery life allows you to record video for longer before recharging the camcorder or changing the battery.

Waterproof

The ION SnapCam Lite is waterproof, whereas the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the Polaroid ID1880, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 and the Vivitar DVR936 are not. More ...

'Waterproof' denotes whether the camcorder is resistant against liquid - so can be safely immersed in water without causing problems.

Waterproof cameras allow you to safely take your camera out on a boat or to the beach without worrying about damage. It also allows for some visually stunning underwater videos!

18 Months Newer

The ION SnapCam Lite was released four years ago, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD was released six years ago, the Polaroid ID1880 was released six years ago, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 was released eight years ago and the Vivitar DVR936 was released six years ago

Better Brand

ION camcorders have an average rating of 60.3%, however Cisco only has an average rating of 42.8%, Polaroid only has an average rating of 52.2%, Toshiba only has an average rating of 52.4% and Vivitar only has an average rating of 51.6%.

5 Reasons Against for Choosing the ION SnapCam Lite

9x Smaller Optical Zoom

The ION SnapCam Lite has an optical zoom of 1x (as do the Cisco Flip UltraHD, the Polaroid ID1880 and the Vivitar DVR936), but the Toshiba Camileo BW10 is a 10x optical zoom camcorder (9x bigger). More ...

An optical zoom lets you enlarge the subject without having to move closer to it.

An optical zoom lets you zoom without loosing image quality. Digital zooms will simply enlarge the pixels and make the image look blurry.

Vastly Smaller Total Megapixels

The ION SnapCam Lite has a total megapixels of 5MP (as does the Toshiba Camileo BW10), however the Cisco Flip UltraHD is a 1.6MP camcorder (3.4MP smaller), the Polaroid ID1880 is an 18MP camcorder (13MP bigger) and the Vivitar DVR936 is an 8MP camcorder (3MP bigger). More ...

A megapixel (MP or Mpx) is one million pixels, and is a term used not only for the number of pixels in an image, but also to express the number of image sensor elements of digital cameras or the number of display elements of digital displays. For example, a camera that makes a 2048 1536 pixel image typically uses a few extra rows and columns of sensor elements and is commonly said to have "3.2 megapixels" or "3.4 megapixels", depending on whether the number reported is the "effective" or the "total" pixel count (as opposed to the 2048 1536 = 3,145,728 finished image pixels).

A larger number of megapixels increases the sharpness of images and video.

Lower Maximum Video Resolution

The ION SnapCam Lite has a max video resolution of 1280 x 720 (HD Ready) pixels pixels (as is the Cisco Flip UltraHD), whereas the Polaroid ID1880 and the Toshiba Camileo BW10 have a max video resolution of 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels and the Vivitar DVR936 has a max video resolution of 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels. More ...

Video resolution is the amount of pixels that make up each frame of the recorded video.

A higher video resolution means that each frame will be more detailed and sharper, with less blurring or smudging. This leads to a far higher quality video.

Worse Kagoo Score

The ION SnapCam Lite has only received a Kagoo Score of 69, but the Cisco Flip UltraHD scored 74, the Polaroid ID1880 scored 75, the Toshiba Camileo BW10 scored 72 and the Vivitar DVR936 scored 79.

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