Reviews and Problems with Creative Vado HD 3rd Generation
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Great little camera
10 November 2011
Summary: I was looking for an inexpensive HD camera to film short scenes for training videos I do at work. I did a ton of research, and found this camera to be the best suited for my needs and budget. This camera is GREAT for basic shots at a distance, but not close up.
Summary: I received this camera two days ago and really enjoy the convenience and ease of use. The software seamlessly integrates with my macbook pro and allows for easy uploading to twitter, facebook, youtube, etc. Also allows for easy transfer to imovie.
Summary: I purchased this pocket video camcorder when my Flip camera died less than 6 months after purchase. While I've only had it a short time, so far it seems like a good product. The picture and sound are clear and it's easy to operate.
Summary: Pretty good value. A bit light on instructions. Handy size and good resolution--I bought a wrist strap at the mall that allows me to hang the camera around my neck and carry it in my shirt pocket.
Summary: I'm an amateur photographer. This summer, I have been shooting local rock bands and I wanted a dedicated video camera to capture their live audio and stage show (loud sound and low lighting). Everyone who has seen my band videos is amazed with the audio quality and video quality, even in low light.
Summary: I was ready to buy this one, and then found out it only has 4 GB on-board memory. Where's the 8GB version? In my mind, until the 8-16GB versions come out, it's not worth upgrading. Even better: a memory expansion option. Until then, I'm staying with my older 8GB Vado.
Summary: I had the camera for a few days and figured I'd throw in my share of comments. This is my umpteenth video camera. The quick verdict is that this is a neat little gadget which is definitely useful but far from a regular HD camera.