Summary: I've been using a Canon Camcorder HV10 3.1MP High Definition Mini Camcorder for years. I took it to Europe last summer on a transatlantic voyage on the Queen Mary 2. We drove around Germany and Austria with it and sailed back to the States, then traveled back across the country by car.
Summary: I've owned this camera for some time now and have found it to be an outstanding camera in every way. I have not written a review on it until now. Yesterday I fell into a stream in the Great Smokey Mountains while filming grandchildren. Need I say I thought it was "history" for the camera.
Summary: FOR ALL YOU FOLKS OUT THERE WHO HAVE HD TV'S YOU WON'T REGRET GETTING THIS CAMCORDER. THE VIDEO IS CLEAR ,SHARP AND COLOURFULL. I HAVE TRIED THREE OTHER CAMCORDRERES SONY,SAMSUNG AND OTHERS AND NONE COME EVEN CLOSE TO THE PICTURE QUALITY OF THIS UNIT.....
Summary: Pros: -Lens cap (I hated my sony handycam len's cap ruining the souund of my videos hitting the camera in any movement or windy situation) -Small size and low weight. -HD Video Quality. -Integrated Led light (is really helpful) -Fast response from off to recording. -Integrated flash for pictures.
Summary: First this camera replaced a Panasonic PV GS500 when I lost all my luggage on a flight back from Oregon. It took great video and stills but nothing in comparison to this great little camera which I did purchase from Amazon ~ not worth wasting your time and energy looking elsewhere as you never know...
Summary: We bought this camera before our vacation. The shipping was so fast, thanks Amazon. We didn't have much time to learn the features but we had great movies just in auto setting. This is a really good camera. The picture quality is great, even in regular tv the videos turn out so clear and nice.
Summary: I've had this for a couple of weeks now. The great price at Amazon and the overall high reviews proved too much to resist. I take a lot of family videos and wanted to move to HD without breaking the bank. The HV10 has allowed me to do this.
Summary: I strongly considered the HV20 and HC7 but ended up buying the HV10 due to its smaller form factor. The thought was that the only way to get good video is to carry it - and I've had other DV camcorders that sat in the bag because we didn't want to lug them around.