Summary: I owned Panasonic PVGS200 before and ever since I switched to this one, no regrets. Just the other buyers do not go complaining about; this particular unit makes clicking noise and that is due to giro it has which helps render image stability. It is not broken piece but it is supposed to make that noise in order to function normally. I would recommend this camcorder.
Summary: I'll be the first to admit that I don't know a lot about video cameras, but I find this one to be easy to use. The camera takes nice high-quality video and pictures, and the image stabilization seems to work nicely. Zoom works smoothly, but you can hear the "click" of the zoom slider on your recorded video. Built-in microphones work well.
Summary: We purchased this camcorder as we wanted the added memory that didn't come with the model currently sold in the US. The quality of the recordings is as indicated in other reviews - very sharp, high resolution, handles outdoor shots and sports very well. Low-light performance was more uneven and I think the competing Canon model does better there from what I've read. I needed a camera for more outdoor active shots so this did the trick.
Summary: Great product. Everything I had hoped for. You can pull the videos off in .MTS format and import them to video editing software or convert them to other formats like MP4 for uploading to the web or loading into iTunes. Amazing HD picture quality. I was deciding between this and a Flip Video device. I wanted quality over portability, and definitely made the right choice.
Summary: This is the most comprehensive Camcorder in the "prosumer level" ever created by Panasonic, and provably the last one of this kind because they are now exploring the 3D world and maybe forget the "conventional world" Panasonic already made a step back with the fiasco of the HDC-TM700, as today (Sep/21/2010) were 17 used TM700 available in Amazon Warehouse which are customers' returns, the highest returned Camcorder of all times!
Summary: Although Panasonic naturally has new things in mind for 2010, the company clearly felt a `last hurrah' for the existing generation was in order. And so we have the HDC-TM350, a limited edition update of the TM300. There are essentially three differences between the two models. 1) The TM350 has taken advantage of the ever-decreasing cost of flash memory, and now comes with 64GB instead of 32GB.
Panasonic HDC-TM350 Twin Media HD Camcorder Rock!!!
25 February 2010
Summary: Let me start by saying that I have had the previous model Panasonic HDC-TM300S Twin Media HD Camcorder (Silver) for over a year now and I have no complaints. Every aspect of my camcorder is A to A+, I find it very easy to use, with great manual features, but...; This new "Limited Edition" HDC-TM350 is almost the same camcorder. As far as the look the only difference is the color (Black or Silver the previous model vs.
Summary: During my last trip, my boyfriend brought this camcorder.I only used it for one whole day and I fell in love with this highly expensive toy. The reason I used it was because my camcorder ran out of battery on the Eurostar train,and i was also curious to compare it with the quality of my HDC-HS350. I found out that the quality and all the features are the same,with the exception that his camera is a little bit lighter in weight and the battery lasts longer.
Summary: This HD Camcorder seems to be a little bit better in every aspect compared with the previous model (HDC-TM300) plus twice the Flash Memory capacity is just what everybody needs during these days of less free time to be downloading things to the PC every week or so, the 64GB give you the possibility of recording for 8 hours in the highest picture quality or more than 24 consecutive hours in standard definition.
Summary: Length:: 4:33 Mins This limited edition HDC-TM350 full HD camcorder it is said to be a sister model to Panasonic's award winning HDC-TM300 model. This semi-professional camcorder offers multitude technical features and alluring design. It comes with a large capacity flash memory 64 GB, new advanced Optical image stabilization system (OIS) and improved low-light performance.