Sharp colors! Great Camcorder easy DVD format feature. Panasonic VDR-310 !
6 July 2013
Summary: The Panasonic VDR-310 is a nice featured DVD palmcorder camera for general use. This camcorder has a nice feature rich menu that is very easy to use while shooting. The menu is accessed via a single button, then selected or highlighted options can be selected Via a mini thumb joystick all while...
Panasonic VDR-D310: Well worth the cost and the wait
J.B. King, esq., Amazon
17 June 2009
Summary: I've been searching for what, for me, would be a versatile, quality digital camcorder for over a year, both online and in various local stores. I have not owned a camcorder before (although I've used a friend's), devoting myself primarily to still photography with my Nikon D70.
Summary: Received this camcorder very quickly and as advertised. Had a special occasion for which I wanted to use the camcorder and was able to do so without reading any of the instructions including taping and playback - the operation and controls were pretty intuitive.
Summary: I've purchased this camcorder to improve my vedio recording from the miniDV camcorder (Panasonic 3CCD)but unfortunatily I got a very bad pics and vedio. I strongly recommend the miniDV Panasonic 3ccd and forget the DVD camcorders, the miniDV has a great vedio recording twith amazing colors and...
Summary: Comments about Panasonic Palmcorder VDR-D310 Digital Camcorder: I have a problem with the model VDR D310. My problem is that I can't transfer video films from the camera to the PC. The PC is running Window XP. After finalised the disc, I can't find the necessary files in the folder in question.
Pros: Comfortable to Operate, Great Picture Quality
Summary: This camera could not have been more disappointing! Although it is easy to use, the quality is dismal. Picture quality, especially of faces, are aweful. Forget getting any footage in low light, everyone looks like ghosts.
Summary: What I liked: Using the "Joystick" to access the menus was easy and intuitive. No noise from the CD mechanism on your finished video. Plug-in for an external microphone. Worked well under low light conditions. Overall easy to use and operate.
Summary: I have compared this to the older VDR-D300 and this machine did not deliver any IRL improvement over the older D300. Both feature three 1/6" CCDs, 10x optical zoom, and cold shoe. With the VDR-310 Panasonic changed the look but little else.