Summary: This is a pretty good camcorder for the price! has good picture quality for 30fps 720p. Camcorder does make a clicking noise while recording that only the microphone picks up. I am able to get rid of this noise in my video editing program though. I bought mine for $10, it has a cracked screen about 50% visible but I am still able to set settings and position the camera to where it needs to be.
Summary: Great for personal use compact would fit in laptop bag purse or ect. Only con is that the auto zoom is a little noisy but i'm just picky no one noticed it but me(the sound engineer in me i guess)Still gave it 5 stars price/value. Would make a great gift.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Great Features, Simple Controls, Versatile
Summary: For starters its cheap plastic and over all the battery isnt that good and cant really zoom that much at all its sorta strange shape in terms of holding it. this isnt all bad it is hd and the picture quality is amazing and same with the video this would be used for up close and personal recordings
Summary: I was very unhappy with the quality overall, I didn't know what to expect but I thought it would be better than it was. Inside, it's pretty much unusable and if you zoom in you drop up to 2 stops of light. Outside there's usually enough light to zoom in but the zoom is really jumpy/jerky. And don't try panning, it's a mess.
Summary: I wanted a cheap, compact, solid-state memory, HD video camera that also shot 8 megapixel stills. It shoots reasonable stills, but its 720p 30 fps video distorts rapidly moving objects. The video format is supported under XP by a patched Windows Moviemaker rather than my editing software so I plan to re-gift it to someone with an Apple rather than adapt to its quirks and limitations.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Durable, Simple Controls