Summary: ((I included a short video to show how the camera performs in low-light conditions, though I didn't move much or focus on a moving object)) At this price, a consumer really shouldn't expect too much. But a product that works reasonably well shouldn't be too much to ask for.
Not for videophiles, but great for video on-the-go
14 May 2010
Summary: In this day and age, "HD" is almost considered entry-level. And this is a standard-resolution camera, so if you're looking for the latest technology, look elsewhere. That's not to say, however, that this camera has nothing going for it.
Summary: Please note that this camera does not shoot in HIGH DEFINITION. The idea of migrating the storage of camcorder shots to an internal memory was very appealing with this camera. It stores up 16GB and there is a slot to add an SD card.
Summary: The similarities: both are small, slightly larger than pocket sized, and both have a manual lens cover. My unit's lens cover had a hard time closing. This was at any angle and appears to be a persistent problem. I did not experience this with the MX20.
Summary: Pros: -Easy to use -Works well with iMovie -Widescreen video -Does "ok" in good lighting Cons: -Terrible in low-light conditions -Colors do not reproduce accurately in low light -Lots of noise in video quality -Zoom is too fast, you cannot zoom in or out slowly Overall, this video camera is OK.
Summary: Product Pros; Easy to use, Compact,excellent focus Cons: No carrying case, Inadequate Memory Card, in some cases no memory card! screen difficult to see subject in bright sunlight ... All in all , it's to soon to rate the quality of this product, I will be using it for the first time 5/23/2009
Summary: I was looking for a good flash based camcorder to film things around the house, vacations, my dog, and random things for Youtube. While this camera produces ok image quality, it just wasn't great.