Summary: I accidentally bought two of these. Neither would charge up, presumably a problem with the charger's compatability with UK mains but I'm not sure. Anyway, neither worked so I returned them. I can't say the refund was quick, and I did need to report the lack of response to Amazon, but I got the money back eventually.
Summary: Well I can say this was a bargain to say the least! Too bad it doesn't come with an SD card and comes with a stock 100MB internal memory. Other than that, it's sturdy, tough and it doesn't feel bulky when recording videos or taking a few snaps here and there. Would recommend for those looking for something cheap yet is a good quality product.
Summary: I've been looking for an entry point into HD video recording and was disheartened by the cost of some of the equipment I was seeing. I decided to give the AHD300 a try and it wasn't long before I was thoroughly impressed. This thing is small, tiny small. My hand is bigger and it'll certainly fit in your pocket. There's also a screw hole underneath the camera so you can mount it on a tripod.
Summary: After reading loads of reviews on amazon products I feel I should give something back and write a review of this camera, which I bought about 2 months ago. As far as I tell, there are no differences between this camera and its little sister, other than this one uses a larger version of HD - 1080 horizontal lines instead of 720. First off, the images, in good light are amazing. The colours are vivid, with no bleeding. And Sharp too - very sharp.
Summary: I bought one of these for in-car recording and find the picture quality pretty impressive. The MOV files upload direct to VIMEO/YOUTUBE in HD format without any editing. 1080p recording is very sharp in good lighting conditions, as is 720p. The "DVD" setting is comparable to regular standard definition camcorders and benefits from 60fps resulting in smoother motion. There is no video stability but for normal shooting conditions it's fine if you're not shakey with it.