Summary: Inexpensive, cute looking camcorder. The body is snub-shaped almost German looking. It is well made. Audio is strong and clear. Image, under brighter lighting is adequate, although only 240p. Lightweight, and fun to handle. Great for adults and kids alike.
Summary: This camera is small and light, that was a plus. You have to learn how to get around on it, as in deleting, transferring files to the computer, learning how to change options, ect which is kind of confusing and takes time to learn. Unless you get a memory card, dont plan on saving or video taking much..as it doesnt hold much memory at all. Its annoying to have to keep downloading to the computer to have more memory.
Summary: This little camera is handy...but not always reliable. We took a cruise to Alaska from Vancouver and I thought this would be a great little toy to take with me. Some of the pictures and video turned out great. Some was extremely grainy. Many of the pictures were completely out of focus, and while that does not surprise me on landscapes, portrait shots of people taken less than 12 feet away should not have focus issues.
Summary: i just bought this item but i sitll haven't got it and when i went on to e-bay to buy the same item good think i didn't. there they gave me a low down on whats up. the product looks good and the cards well budies they just give u like a 16mp card wich isn't much but u can buy thoes cards online cheap. that holds i believe up to like 60 pics or less im kind of going over board but the camcorder sounds to bee really good and hey if u don't like it.
Summary: After seeing the Mustek DV5200 for $129.95 in Las Vegas, I thought I'd try Buy.Com (as they advertise they have things for less). In reality, AMAZON.COM had it for LESS!! The product is amazing: digital pix, 5.0 Megapixels, + digital movies. Only problem was MUSTEK does NOT include an SD/MMC card with purchase (cheapo's!!!), and the instruction manual did not specify WHAT SD/MMC card to purchase.
Summary: I am fifteen and I do a lot of traveling around the country. I thought it would be fun to take around a camera that was sturdy and not too expensive to record all the interesting and fun things that happen when I travel. I decided to try this product out and I love it! It doesn't have much memory on its own, so I bought a 128 MB memory card for $13.00, which holds over 200 pictures at a time and over 2 hours of video memory. That's enough for me.
Summary: When I bought this camera I assumed it had flash, it doesn't. It only takes good pictures in certain lighting and the pixel quality is not as good as I thought it would be either. Also it goes through batteries really fast.
Summary: I'm reading some of the reviews, and I just don't get it. First it does come with batteries. It also does have a place for extended memory which I highly recommend. I purchased a 512MB for $20.00. I mean I don't know anybody that only keeps the internal memeory. Most only have about 32MB, and that's not enough for any camera. The only thing missing is a flash, which is included in the 8200, but the megapixels is only 3.0 compared to the 5200's 5.4.
Summary: This product is horrible, I brought this cam thinking the digital pictures would be great, they were horrible, NO FLASH, not many functions of selecting picture quality such as contrast. The cam is horrible both inside and outside. I wanted to take pictures of items that I made, but I spent over 30 minutes to take one picture that was clear.