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Canon ZR960
5.7 out of 10

Canon ZR960

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Five Stars

Carmen Paez, Amazon
4 June 2015
  • Summary: Mine broke many years ago, but now I can see my movies again!
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Great Deal and Camera

AvidReader, Amazon
17 December 2014
  • Summary: Very clean used camera. Looks new and everything worked perfectly.
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Five Stars

Corinthian Coffee, Amazon
17 July 2014
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About the best you can get for under $800

Skybus, Amazon
12 August 2011
  • Summary: There really isn't much to say here that hasn't already been said. Sufficed to say, this camcorder is about the best quality you're going to get for this price range. In fact, you'd pretty much have to double the price to see a noticeable increase in picture quality (at least among digital...
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A fun little camera after a couple of years

Scott FS, Amazon
5 March 2011
  • Summary: I purchased this camera a couple of years ago, right when it first came out. I've been using it ever since, and I'm pretty happy with it. First of all, it's not a professional camcorder that has multiple 4:3 CCD sensors. It's got one sensor.
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Yes its a MinDV format, but I love it for ease of editing.

Reversemidasman, Amazon
12 September 2010
  • Summary: I use to have a Sony HC-42 but it jammed and choked on a MiniDV cartridge, thus I had to replace it and researched what was remaining camcorders that use the MiniDV cartridges. Not that many left on the inexpensive end. Sony has a HC-52 and the Canon ZR960. Went to B**tBuy to look at the Sony HC-52.
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Canon ZR960 simple to use and is compatible with my Mac

27195306@deleted, Ebay
11 April 2010
  • Summary: I love that it is so easy to use. This is my first camcorder that uses DV cassettes, so there is a little bit of a learning curve in that area. The quality of the playback is excellent. It transfers easily to my Mac with the use of a DV (IEEE1394) cable.
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Tape is still the way to go!!!

S. Tracy, Amazon
7 March 2010
  • Summary: After owning a Sony Handycam hi 8 for a number of years and the unreliability of the camcorder tape mechanism, I decided to try a flash camcorder, and a hard drive camcorder. both of these were very easy to use, but when playing back on any TV larger than 19 inch, the picture was extremely grainy...
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People are Confused about MiniDV - It is NOT obsolete

Charles Seiler, Amazon
28 November 2009
  • Summary: I am getting very upset because all of the people who say they have done video for 25 years should no better than to say that MiniDV is obsolete! MiniDV records in 500% compression. MINI DVD and HardDisk HDD and FLASH cameras record in 1500% compression.
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Wow

Artsy Gee, Amazon
25 October 2009
  • Summary: I have made videos for 25 years, I teach it at a university, I have trained many many people on a wide variety of gear. We bought this camera to replace our aging public access cameras and was very unhappy that we bought cheap cameras.
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