YOU WOULD BE SHOCKED HOW BAD THIS CAMERA IS FOR THE PRICE
Camera Man, Amazon
5 January 2012
Summary: I went out trying to search for a professional camera i could use to upgrade my films. This camera is expensive, but the least expensive as far as professional camera's go. After receiving this item, the first thing you will notice is it feels cheaply made. I mean it feels like a toy camera. The camera is also very old, my 200 dollar camera has more advance options then this.
Summary: I have used this camera to capture fast action footage of my pets and of sports events. It works really well in low light and the clarity is amazing. I use the Panasonic tapes for fear of the other tapes jamming in the camera (I heard its bad for the camera from a camera doctor). Getting the video transfered to my computer is a breeze with the firewire cable I purchased separately.
Summary: I baught this camera and must say the video quality is awsome.Just got my first wedding job w/ this camera and it works great.This camera is loaded with features and does great in low light setting situations as well as outdoor video.So unless your in the market to spend $5000 for hvx200 p2 camcorder this is by far your best bet!!
Summary: This is my very first camcorder. I actually researched and bought a Canon GL2 two years ago for my elementary schools newscast. This is quite a bit bulkier, but was significantly less expensive. My concerns were to make sure I got good sound and good low-light results. The low-light results are there and with the external mic I picked up it satisfies my other concern. I am very pleased with the product for the price.
Summary: I purchased this camera for shooting music videos, short films and commercials. The major factor in deciding to purchase this camera was the shoulder mount, 3CCD, video quality, and the professional look of the camera. I am very happy with this camera in every aspect. It is perfect for anyone who cannot afford an incredibly expensive camera but still needs one that performs well.
Summary: This camcorder never ceases to amaze me. It is relatively easy to use right out of the box, and the menu system does take some time to get familiar with (which in and of itself is not a complaint). I don't need XLR input as I run everything through a small studio mixer straight into the 3.5mm input. I wish I could adapt the camcorder to use 6x6 filters though (not that I am pitching Colkin filters).