Summary: I'm not so sure what sort of problems the other reviewers are having but the video quality on my camera is gorgeous at 1080p HD resolution when displayed through my computer to my 47" 1080p TV or connected directly to it through the HDMI cable. Like most 1080p cameras below a couple of grand, it needs a tripod when filming but does well when filming in lower resolutions.
Summary: This is a good camera for the price...not great. It takes good video in HD and the playback from the camera directly to the HDTV is awesome. Basic functions on the camera are very good and easy to use. It will serve our needs for the next year or two and still give us quality video at a reasonable price.
Summary: I have over a thousand things that i like about this camera, but I would like to keep this review short and to the point. First off, I would like to be the first person to point out that it has an awesome slow motion feature that can be accessed through the menu that lets you change the resolution. It has the ability to record at 240 FPS, which in laymen terms means the footage is slowed down 10x slower than real life when slowed down to normal movie speed (24 fps).
Summary: Though this camera has some flaws, the fact that it costs a fraction of other cameras and still does what I need it to do is all I can ask Pros: -crisp video quality(especially with outside lighting).I put it on my 47in 1080p hd tv and the picture was very crisp. -High Def(1080p, 1080i, 720p) with other built in options for smaller videos to be put on internet. 10mp digital camera(with built in flash) -small and light with a sleek design but still sturdy feeling.
Summary: Disappointed. First one...charger was bad. Second one (Amazon replaced it, great service!) speakers are going bad a year later. Picture blurs if you move the cam when it's on... Snow in low light condition. Probably will not buy DXG again if don't see quality improvement.
Summary: Well, i bought this product mostly because it was in my dad's price range, but i was quickly dissapointed the first time i tried it. I don't really know why a bunch of people are saying that the video quality is crisp because mine is definetly not. Its way too grainy for my liking, even in good lighting and there isnt a place to attach a microphone. If you don't really care about the poor video quality, then this is a pretty cool camera with a convenient touchscreen.
Summary: The camcorder arrived on time as promised but it was nothing spectacular which is kind of disapointing. I felt like I did pay kind of a lot. Too me it was expensive especially being on a very very tight budget. I feel like the "high def" aspect is kind of misleading. I bought this camcorder to do makeup tutorials which requires close up shots but it takes so long to focus if not, it doesn't focus at all which is really annoying.
Summary: I ordered the DXG USA 1080p HD Camcorder. They apparently were out so I recieved the DXG Pro Gear-A80V HD instead. I figured since it was priced much higher and seemed to have better features, that it should be a better cam. I've waited until I used it a few times to write the review. Up Close it's not very good. Distance (over 15 FT away, it seems to work great) Only issues I have are the white colored pixels I get when watching the video.
Summary: I have rated the DXG A80V HD low because of the software provided with the camera. The camera produces HD video...very clear and good sound. Overall the camera would rate a "5." There are two inconveniences that if I were "King" I would change. There is no way to pause the process of filming. Once the camera is stopped and you wish to continue, a new "video clip" is created. I was told by DXG that this is a function of the memory stick technology.