Sony’s new NSC-GC1 Net-sharing camcorder is targeted specifically at YouTube users who want a quality picture ranging from QVGA (320×240) at 15 frames per second to VGA (640×480) at 30 frames per second. Your videos will record to Sony’s Memory Stick DUO memory cards and the included Picture Motion Browser and portable software makes uploading videos a cinch. If you like your camcorders to take still shots as well, the camcorder also doubles as a 5-megapixel still camera with a built-in flash.
Besides the basics, the Sony camcorder doesn’t capture movies in 30 fps and it doesn’t sport an optical zoom lens. But if you’re looking for a nice enough product and you don’t mind spending $200 to have it, this camcorder might be perfect for you when it hits shelves in September.