Summary: It looks like a very professional camcorder, and at an original price of over $1,000, you'd think you'd be paying for high-quality, HD footage. The fact that it was once sold for over $1000, blows my mind.
Summary: http://youtu.be/gRZTIN8ndYA Sample footage of this camera explains it all. I filmed a champion Harz Roller because I wanted to show what can be done with this great camera. The year was 2011 and I used a previous version of Cyberlink Power Director that converted the TOD files to several High...
Summary: Theres alot of good and alittle bad. Bad! The .tod format is the worst thing. It takes forever to convert. Loses quality on conversion. The handling is very shaky. The depth of field on it doesnt work that well but still does the trick for certain things. Good!
Summary: I got this camera with allot of expectations out of it without even reading any ones review but i wish i had. It looks cool and pro but the only reason i don't like is it's bad OIS. If you are getting it for fun or shooting non moving objects or something like that, i would recommend it.
Summary: If you are going to use this, better use it while plugged into mains power. Once you go mobile (ie. battery only) you are in trouble... This is the camera I bought, to help film my wedding. I also bought a spare "bigger" battery that ended up lasting all of 60 minutes.
Owned this camcorder for several years. Listen closely.
12 May 2012
Summary: I bought this camcorder for about $600 used, several years ago (and it was still $2000 new back then), like brand new. I feel like I got my money's worth exactly to this day. There is no good reason this camera should still cost $2000. Let me explain.