Who's up for a reliable, easy to use but grainy filming session?
23 July 2010
Excerpt: Now a little bit dated, and even considered by today's standards to be a little bit bulky, the Canon MV750i is a handheld video camcorder that was a big hit when it was new. It's flexible and durable, and most importantly for me, easy to use! When I say a little bit dated and bulky, I'm talking a couple of years and a couple of centimetres.
Pros: Ease of use, durability, comfortable
Cons: Grainy at times, old compared to some of the newer camcorders
Excerpt: The features of this camcorder is available on various websites and so I won't go into the hassle of droning on about it's features - as it's all technically too boring and complicated - if you're interested you can always look it up and you'll know what you're doing anyway. Rather, i will talk about what it's like to use this camcorder.
Pros: A good first camcorder, easy to use, wide range of features
Excerpt: I bought the Canon MV750i camcorder as a replacement for a broken 4 year old Panasonic miniDV and was very disappointed, so much so that I returned it and got a refund. Outside footage is great, especially the colour reproduction, when compared to my old camcorder. But indoors in lower light conditions (e.g. a living room, during daytime with the lights on) this camcorder really struggles. Video is very grainy, colours are washed out, autofocus struggles when panning.
Pros: Great outside video footage .
Cons: Terrible lower light (indoors) video quality . Tape mechanism noise clearly audible on recording .
Excerpt: I have had four previous camcorders but this is my first digital camcorder and - wow - the quality of the still photos I have taken on my new MV570i are just fantastic and stand out like 3D when displayed on my TV or PC monitor. The installation of the software supplied was a (no effort) dream with everything being found by my windows XP system.
Pros: Good price, picture quality and software
Cons: Feature changing complex, not ideal views in bright light
Excerpt: If you love surprise packages, you'll love this!! This model of Digital Camcorder somehow manages to look bigger on screen than it actually is. Upon opening the box i was delighted to find a very compact camcorder! (This was the reason why i very nearly bought the Canon 250i) The main difference between this camcorder and the 250i is the price, where the MV 750i is about £400-500 and the MVX250i ranges about £600-650.
Summary: Mein 2. Bericht gliedert sich in folgende Abschnitte: 1. Vorgeschichte 2. Wichtigste technische Daten vom Hersteller 3. Die Stärken 4. Die Schwächen 5. Weitere Features 1. Vorgeschichte Schon sehr lange wollte ich mir eine eigene digitale Videokamera zulegen, hatte aber nie das Budget oder den nötigen Ansporn dafür.
Pros: 22facher optischer Zoom
Cons: miserable Fotofunktion, kein Infrarot Nightshot Modus, kein Mikro - Eingang