Cool Low-End Manual Control HD Video For Pro/Am Market
Honest John, Amazon
24 October 2013
Summary: Purchased for my daughter at a Long Island NY University film school as a gift, using her specs. Got into an argument/discussion with her and gave her a Nikon 5000 instead. So, as a amateur video/photo buff I started to explore this camera.
I love the manual control and amazing battery life
Dr L, Amazon
16 March 2013
Summary: I have used this camera for 7-8 months now, mostly for stage performance videography. This was my first Panasonic camera. I am so happy with it that I decided to buy another Panasonic (the AG-AC90 this time), which is now my primary camera that will be used in tandem with the AG-AC7.
Summary: My boss bought this camera for me to start using, and I actually got in trouble for telling him what I thought about it. It came in a bundle with a bag, a light, a tri-pod, and some other accessories. EVERYTHING about this camera is cheap.
Summary: The visual quality is quite compelling for its price! The camera is light and easy to maneuver physically. The down sides: 1. the camera looks cheap. Sweet...but plastic-looking...like a bit of a toy up close. [but i guess you get what you pay for] 2. the tripod isn't worth jack!
Outstanding Camcorder for Entry-Level Professional Videography or Filmmaking
Plasma Productions, Amazon
4 December 2012
Summary: This is the perfect camera for someone looking to get into the world of professional videography without breaking the bank. It lacks a few of the features of more expensive camcorders, such as XLR audio inputs.