Excerpt: I love photography a lot, but I recently also started doing a bit of amateur videography. Some time back, I used to have one of the fist flip cameras, but unfortunately I was not very impressed by it. I found it’s picture quality to be generally poor, and the software also had a lot of bugs. I found the camera itself to be a bit too large, and all this may be forgiveable considering the fact that it was one of the first Flip cameras.
Summary: We got this as a wedding gift for a family member. They have told us on countless occasions how much they appreciated it and have used it regularly since then. Now that they have a new baby they are using it even more!
Summary: I got this camera for a song: just under $9 for a $200 camera. The seller thought it might be broken, but it was just an easy fix: a completely dead battery. The only problem with a MINO is that if the battery is completely exhausted, the camera will look dead even after it is plugged into a power source, sometimes for a few hours. Then when there's just enough charge in the battery, something will show up on the LCD screen.
Summary: I have used this flip-cam to make videos for my wife who is currently overseas. It gives you great high-def video, and you can upload to YouTube easily. This is a great buy for a compact video cam that works extremely well and it is compact for easy travel.
Summary: I bought this camera through Amazon Warehouse Deal the beginning of the year for a great price! I used it for a few weeks, it recorded HD just great, easy to use, easy to download, easy to create video for YouTube. Tobe fair, I guess I got my $60 some use out of it. Then I put it away and took it out after several month. Unable to charge it, went to online instructions, tried reset button, and every option I could find online. Still does not charge.