Excerpt: I have had the x920 for over a year now and I consider it the best bargain of any camcorder I've ever owned. And, that stable has included dozens of cameras, mostly Sony, from under $ to over $ during more than 40 years of shooting video professionally and personally.The image, in low light, is amazing and rivals my 1/3" chip Sony non-HD 3-chip camera which cost 3 times as much.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great depth of field, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Large Clear LCD, Viewfinder, Zoom range/performance
Summary: We have only used this for about 2 hours of video, but the results are very good. This is a pro-sumer camera with extensive manual settings. The white-balance is absolutely necessary and works as expected. Controls are easy to use, although I wish that I could control both the focus and zoom though separate rings rather than the single, multi-purpose ring. The tablet control app is almost there. It is a very good idea, but not quite what you need in remote controls.
Excerpt: What I really like about the camera is the 3 cmos sensor. Great color and crisp images. This camera is simple to use and the o.i.s is really great for handheld. I like the 5.1 surround sound, I think its a lot better than most built in mics, but plugging in a microphone always works better. Low light, eh. Its good but you get some noise. I am really disappointed in the video format options, you can only shoot at 60p/i.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Zoom range/performance
Excerpt: Product arrived in good shape; works as spec'ed. Color is good. Chose this over comparable Sony [bought Sony for past 15 yrs] due to features/price. Wish it had FireWire; USB sux. WiFi feature isn't useful to me. Manual controls over focus, white balance, etc work well. Time lapse for video works fine, but, wish all the "creative controls" had more options/settings.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound, Large Clear LCD
Summary: I was actually surprised to film with this camera and see the remarkable quality of the picture. It does look a bit washed out in the picture, but i would assume they expect people to add color or effects to the image after the fact. It is also not really that bad, just a slight picture quality. Also it records to avchd format which could cause a problem for some people trying to work with the content.
Excerpt: compre esta cámara para trabajar en bodas, los resultados son muy buenos principalmente con la iluminación correcta, la use a la par con una ag-ac7p de aspecto profesional,,, la HC-X920 fue mejor en la mayoría de las tomas. esta videocámara es pequeña pero poderosa... también la compare con la sony pj710v, la diferencia es que la sony no tiene casi ruido en tomas con poca luz y panasonic si lo tiene.. pero en colores creo que es un poco mejor panasonic..
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Great Picture Quality, Large Clear LCD
Summary: I'm a Private Investigator and we succeed and fail on the equipment we use especially the camcorder. Certain things I really needed in a camera for my job: View finder, great low light, Wi-Fi, good zoom, pre-record just to name a few. View finder works PERFECT when you can't afford to light your face up when filming at night. The screen is also programmable to where you can dim the light which is great as well. The low light is incredible.