Summary: I purchased this item for my son for Christmas last year. He was able to use the camera for video for a small amount of time due to the lack of internal memory. He then installed the memory card (recommended with the camera) and then the system would not turn on.
Summary: The camera itself wasn't all that bad. The video quality was okay, the picture quality was fine. But it was the sound quality of the video that really threw me off. I got this as a Christmas present and loved it... Until I tried playing the video back.
Summary: This one is a product of bad quality, the cap of the batteries to a few days I damage enough of light is needed in order that the sign meets slightly clear, product of bad quality I do not recommend it to him(you,them) and for quality the price must be low
Summary: When I purchased this item, I was expecting a video recorder that can also take still photographs. Instead it is a still camera with video recording capabilities. The product name is misleading. That does not mean that is a bad camera.
Summary: does a decent job especially for the price I like the sd card I have a reader on my PC and just plug them in not a 500 dollar unit but I have filmed our racecar with it and burned it to a cd and it looks about like tv good enough for a memory booster
Summary: I researched a lot of inexpensive tapeless cameras and bought this one from Axes for around $150. For that price, it's an OK camera. I'm a Mac user so right away there were problems with the movie files - the camera identifies as a mass storeage device so you can get the movies out of it, but...
Summary: Well at least, some stuff is cool, free cam bag, the pics come out excellent. The video feature is really crappy and when you play back video its very choppy and the audio is a little hard to know whats being heard. Also you could through dozens of batteries with this cam.