Canon, Sony and Samsung offer more ways to store video. Following in Panasonic's footsteps, they added the ability to archive video on the same kind of removable flash-memory cards found in still cameras: SD cards in the case of Canon and Samsung and MemorySticks for the Sonys. The companies also make models with built-in flash memory and give you the ability to copy video from one memory bank to another. So, for example, you can store video to the internal memory, then grab a clip and put it on a card to give to a friend. Sony goes one step further, though. It's Hybrid + camcorders offer a third storage media—mini-DVD discs. You can choose to store video to any of the three media, and you can transfer clips (including edited mixes) from internal memory to DVDs or Memory Sticks.