I would recommend this to anyone who wants a simple to use video camera
9 November 2013
Summary: Really a good overall product, no video stabilization so use a tripod or it might be a little shaky. Easy to use and sound is clear. Quick to transfer to YouTube or make your own videos. Next purchase will be the infrared remote to make tripod use even easier.
Summary: Love, it. You may not need another camera for taking pics. You can use this for videos and pics. If you are low an battery, pop in a pair of AA batt. Does include rechargeable with charger. I couldn't wait and used cheap new batteries. Started using it as soon as I walked out of Walmart with a new Sony SDHC 16Gb card. Seams very clear and easy to use.
Summary: I had this camera for about a year before selling it. The camera has good quality, but there were two downsides. 1: The lens is pretty small compared to some other cameras for the same price. 2. The shutter changes in low light, which can get annoying at times. When recording at night, it looks like you're recording at 15 fps, regardless if you're recording in 30 or 60 fps. Other than that, the quality was pretty good.
Summary: Length:: 0:50 Mins I needed a cheap (but decent) camera for recording lectures. I haven't recorded any lecture yet, but I have tried recording the board and it looked fine. I am not sure if I can read the board with clarity if I don't zoom in, though. But I think it will have no problem reading powerpoint slides, which have, of course, bigger fonts than handwritings on a blackboard.
I love this product, it has helped, greatly, with my martial training.
5 June 2011
Summary: The only bad thing with the Kodak ZxD 128 is the battery life. But for the price the I was able to purchase this for (nearly brand new) makes up for all of that. Plus, I was able to get a great deal on a box of 15 packs (4 batteries a pack) for a real low, low price. So it all worked out great.