What Are the Different Camcorder Formats?

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Different camcorder formats include miniDV, DVD, Hard Disk Drive (HDD), and the Memory Card. MiniDV was the earliest, having been introduced in 1966, DVD launched in 2001, while Hard Disk Drive is the latest format being used in camcorders. DVD also occurs in different formats; DVD-R, DVD-RAM, and DVD-RW.
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