Summary: Let me begin with saying how great this camera is. It is very easy to use and has VERY good picture quality (especially for its price!) This camera is a bit basic so it's not really recommended for the people who want to make important movies and such, but great for home or personal use.
Summary: Easy to use, extremely easy transfer videos and pictures to my Macintosh. Daytime video quality is excellent, especially when playing the finished DVD's on my High Definition TV. The widescreen capability looks as good as a Hollywood movie, at least to my eyes.
Summary: I just got this camera for christmas for movie making and it's turning out to be a great camera for people like me who are new to film making. It's light so that you can bring it anywhere, but isn't so light that it fells flimsy and easily breakable.
Summary: You get what you pay for and more... For a camera that is normally under 300 bucks, one can not really complain. If you expecting it to perform like a 2000 dollar camera then don't buy it. If you are looking for something simple to use (for me it was for the birth of my son etc...) It was perfect.
Summary: This is my very first camcorder and I'm 80% satisfied with its quality. It has sufficient features and functionality for a amateur cameraman like me. I will recommend it to anyone who wants to capture family moments.
Summary: Great Camera, Battery Sucks I bought this camera to replace an old Panasonic VHS-C camera. After reading many reviews over at [...] (a great site BTW), I decided to save a few bucks and get the ZR 200 instead of the 300. The light seemed useless to me and I already had a SD card.