There's a price we all pay for the bleeding edge, and in the case of Sony's original HD 3D "compact" camcorder, that cost was chub. The new HDR-TD20V still isn't razor thin, but it's much more manageable. Most of the specs are the same, but they weren't bad to begin with: a 3.5-inch glasses-free LCD, 64GB of flash storage, and dual Exmor R CMOS sensors behind 17x optical zoom lenses, which record at 1080p 60 and 24. At least the megapixel count got bumped for stills: 20 megapixels instead of 7. The camcorder's price is similar as well, at an estimated $1,500 when it ships in March.