Only low end camcorder with SD card and remote control
Math Twain HY "gij", Amazon
16 February 2012
Summary: I need a low end camcorder with SD card and remote control, and this is the only one. All new models do not have remote control. Only high end ones several times the price have remote control.
Summary: This is my first video camera...but not my first Canon product. My Canon cameras have been user friendly, very affordable and trouble free. So far, I see the same with this camcorder. I also shopped around for the best deal on SD flash memory and found a 16GB online for a good price.
Summary: This is my first digital camcorder. And I have to say I love it, it is great. The picture is good and the sound recorded is pretty clear. It satisfies all my needs and plus it is very cute to hold.
Summary: First, my review of the Samsung SC-MX20 Flash Memory Camcorder: **** I bought this and was thrilled at how far a cheap camera could go. That was while hooked up to my TV. Then I came to understand ANY software that comes with any product just sucks.
Summary: My Mini DV Died and now I’m stuck with either having to repair it or getting a new /other one to play my many Tapes(just to get them over to the computer). I needed something to record the family; the prospect of not having to buy any tapes was a big seller for me.
Pros: I wanted to get a Standard Definition camera,but didn’t want to by another Mini DV or even a DVD camera. Camera takes good video and I like that fact is a “real” camcorder it has many if not more features then my Mini DV. I like the built in video light. Since the camera has no/few moving parts t...
Cons: Low light will cause “grain” nothing you can’t live with (unless you want to shoot specifically in dark locations most of the time) I understand all CCD cameras have similar issues (unless you pay $$$ for them)