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.
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).
Summary: Length:: 7:09 Mins My name is Sandor ....or DJ SANDOORS .This is a video of RC Formula 1 racing in Savannah, GA. I have other videos on You Tube, look for DJ Sandoors movies. I've had this camera for six months and bought on Amazon.
Summary: Okay, first and foremost, this seems to be the camera everyone forgot, including Panasonic. Go to their website and venture to the comparison page, and it's like no one bothered to fill out the spec sheet. For weight, dimensions and pick-up device it has "N/A.
Summary: I use this camera for community tv production. I find it reliable and easy to use. It has good "low lux" sensing and performs excellent in studio and field shoots. I've acutally (I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS) dropped this camera from shoulder height, and it suffered no internal damage.
Summary: The Panasonic AG-DVC20 is probably the best (if not only) "Pro-sumer" MiniDV camera in its price range. The DVX100 (and now the HVX) is the staple of the low budget filmmaker. But if you want a professional look at a lower cost the AG-DVC20 is the way to go.