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Canon ZR200

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Canon ZR200 From Toronto

dzign2000rice, Ebay
9 July 2010
  • Summary: Camera did not work due to hung up cassette door. Could not insert new tape. Also battery was not included so could only run from AC adapter. Found same camera on Craigs list and ordered it. Will use the Ebay one for parts.
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Overall 2

"Using digital camera on a regular basis is impossible!"

LuvCelticThunder, CNET
4 February 2010
  • Pros: Camcorder does a good job. Lightweight and easy to use. Also takes good digital pictures WHEN it works.
  • Cons: Always has some type of "card errors".
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Overall 2

Canon ZR200 very bad tape problems

Dan T, Amazon
26 February 2008
  • Summary: The tape would not work after only using it a few times. The camera was never droped always kept in a case when not filming. Will only work now with the card. Customer support is non-existant. Will never buy a canon camcorder again. Canon should stick to still cameras only.
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Overall 2

Ejection problems have killed this camera -- and apparently many others

David C. Shen, Amazon
25 July 2007
  • Summary: We bought this camera a little over a year ago but have rarely used it. However, just when I need it the most to capture a family event, the camera starts beeping and tells me that the tape must be ejected. So I tried to eject it, but it did not eject. Moved maybe a millimeter then moved back. I don't think we put more than several hours of use on this thing and it broke. Very unhappy.
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Overall 1

"stay away from Canon and Best Buy"

adranch, CNET
29 October 2005
  • Pros: none that I can find. I'd stay away from Canon
  • Cons: bad product. bad customer service. High repair rates
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Overall 2

"Sorry, I hated too!"

bestby65, CNET
22 July 2005
  • Pros: Inexpensive, small size, easy to use.
  • Cons: Worse than awful indoors in average light.
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