Camcorders with internal storage can be Hard Disk Drive (HDD) camcorders or internal flash memory camcorders. This terminology can be confusing for those shopping for a camcorder for the first time. Do not confuse HDD with High Definition (HD) technology. HDD refers to the memory, while HD refers to the video quality. Also, internal flash memory should not be confused with external flash memory drives, like memory cards and sticks. Internal memory camcorders are convenient because the video is recorded directly to the device, and the user does not have to purchase additional memory media. The disadvantage is that once the internal memory is full, the video must be either deleted or uploaded to a computer before more video can be recorded.
Camcorders with internal flash memory will generally also offer a memory card slot, giving you the opportunity to extend your recording times by using an optional memory card. Check out our list of the to find the top models currently on the market.
A compact Full HD memory camcorder with Internal Flash memory (selected model) and an SDXC card slot or dual SDXC card slot, delivering great quality video and stills, with 2.7" "Frameless" Touch Panel LCD for easy operation, 40x optical zoom, Advanced Image Stabilizer, and Intelligent AUTO for the perfect shot every time. A range of features make shooting more fun than ever.