Excerpt: Hold on tight to your Digital Camcorder NV-DS65B driver cd for if you lose it the support from Panasonic is nothing short of pathetic. I and hundereds of others are still looking for Digital Camcorder NV-DS65B drivers for Vista.
Excerpt: it is good camera having many function. a person having no experince of camera can easily operate it. it has on major problem of dew indication even if there is no problem if moisture camera display dew indicator and do not work.
Excerpt: Overall this is a reasonable quality camera with some useful functions. At the price it is near the lower end of the camcorder market but still provides the necessary functions to take a good move. The camera has a main video option and a stills option.
Pros: Small, useable, light weight
Cons: Lacks some finer points, stills option is useless .
Excerpt: I was looking forward to receiving this camcorder to replace a Canon MV400i. I thought that being a newer model and carrying the Panasonic name the performance would be much better but I was very disappointed.
Pros: Compact, well made .
Cons: Very poor low light performance, black and white view finder
Summary: I was looking forward to receiving this camcorder to replace a Canon MV400i. I thought that being a newer model and carrying the Panasonic name the performance would be much better but I was very disappointed.
Summary: This on the face of it seems to be a lot of camera for not too many sponds. The first thing you notice taking it out of the box is the sheer volume of separate components,(leads, remote and wire controls, AV connection etc.
Excerpt: This camera is small and compact; the picture quality is extremely good compared to other manufacturers. I paid £399 this was a reasonable price for the quality that you receive. The camera comes with all the equipment to connect the camera to the computer to upload the filming that as been taken.
Pros: Small, compact
Cons: when taking still picture using the SD card,the pixel quality is poor
Summary: Just taken delivery of my first camcorder (missed out the analogue revolution)and the Panasonic NV-DS65B camcorder is the dogs b's for the price. It is compact, light and easy to use straight out of the box with lots of accessories supplied as standard.
Summary: I had an opportunity to use NV-DS65 for about a month and could experience it in bright sun, dark, rain, in-out doors. I am a regular camcorder user from shooting to burning CD with special effects.
Summary: when i first saw this camcorder i thought wow,because the price was great and it had dv input and out. now thats good because a photographer told me that a camcorder with dv in and out would cost around about 700 to £800 at least, and i am not exagerating.