Summary: I bought this camera a year ago from amazon for $150. It comes with a battery, charger unit and VideoCam suite 3 software. Software allows copy to computer, disks or upload to youtube. You need to buy a SD card for this camera. It will store individual pictures and/or videos. It takes a while to learn the computerized menu on the 2" screen. The toggle buttons are small and take getting use to. The outdoor pictures/videos are very good.
Summary: I use this most every week for music and sermons at church and make dvds after each week. I continue to enjoy the good quality video that this provides . the quality of video is not hd but is good and does not take all the extra memory and down load time that a HD camera takes and I use a HD camera as well.
A small camcorder with a lot of good features (like the zoom) and video
28 April 2012
Summary: This is a small, lightweight camcorder that packs a lot of good features and high quality video. First of all, the zoom is incredible. The optical zoom is one of the best on the market, and generally retains the quality of video, along with the digital zoom, which is very extensive, but loses quality after about 100X. Still, a very, very good zoom lense. As for the video that it produces, its good quality for not being HD. Its a pretty good standard definition quality.
Summary: This is easy to use, works really well, nice pictures. We haven't used it as much as we would like, so I don't have a lot more to say about it. I gave it to my mom as a gift and she hasn't used it as much as I thought she would.
Summary: Good and easy to use,good zooming but photos aren't clear.. Video quality good,in night mode picture was very blurry... Digital zooming options not more,100% zooming and then3500% zooming. Overall product is good little and light.. Easy to traveling use..
Summary: I bought a camcorder so that I could use it for recording my horseback-riding and training sessions with my horse (and any shows or clinics and the like). I was mostly concerned with getting a camcorder with good zoom, but I also needed it to be versitile as sometimes I would be riding in an indoor arena, which can be rather dimly-lit, and other times I would be riding in a dusty, bright outdoor arena or even in a field somewhere. So far this camera hasn't let me down!