Summary: I bought this camera about two weeks before my high school graduation and a two week trip to Orlando, Florida. After using this camera throughout my entire prom, graduation, project graduation, and trip to florida I uploaded the videos to my computer.
Summary: Unfortunately the clicking problem other people have posted is continuing. It clicks on playback, loudly. It also doesn't consistently record audio so it is either no sound or clicking. Returning and not going to get another.
Summary: i had ordered this camera back in April for it superior features. I was initially planning to buy Sony Bloggie PM5 ,but settled for this one. Very disappointed with this product, The moment i opened the box, expected a red camcorder, got a pink one instead.
Summary: I'm really torn on this one. On the one hand, this camera shoots really nice video outside. At noon. With clear skies. The time lapse feature is also really cool (if a bit gimmicky) and I wish more brands would implement this feature into theirs, and the optical zoom is a great feature.
Summary: The quality to this unit is very poor. The HD is not HD. I tested out the product in my room when it came. My room had plenty of light but it wasn't enough to get a good quality picture or video. This product has no flash or any adjustments for the dark, which makes it useless half of the day!
Summary: My expectations for a handheld video camera like this weren't too terribly high - the design is based around simplicity and portability. However, I was really disappointed by the clumsy way one particular feature, one which initially excited me, is implemented: time lapse video.
Summary: I'd no Idea they're still selling these! Following the success of the Flip cameras a bunch of these, "new and improved" versions came out. Loaded with "features" it was overcomplicated and annoying, if this product and others like it hadn't been so bad, there wouldn't be action cams, or dash cams.
Still looking for an indoor, wide'ish angle camcorder. This aint' it.
1 March 2011
Summary: I had read the tech specs for this camera and liked the 3x zoom, which I swear it didn't used to mention is for the camera function only. For the price, any type of stabilization would be worthwhile, but again, it doesn't seem to work for video.
Summary: I pre-ordered this camcorder in April, 2010 and patiently waited for about 2 months for it's release. I was excited about its time lapse recording. The cost in April was $199. It is now $169, June 2010. A significant price drop in less than a month from its release.
Summary: I agree with the prior comments. In addition, I am disappointed that this device does not have an external microphone input. There is also no mention in the documentation of the "hyper-stabilization" that Samsung mentions in connection with this device, but if appears that this is not a function of...