Reviews and Problems with Sipix DV100 4-in-1 Digital Camcorder
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15 July 2005
Summary: Specs: The specs on the sipixdigital site/manual state that camera captures 640x480 at 8fps, 320x240 and 160x120 at 15fps. However, these specs hold only if you buy external memory. If you are one of the people who don't want to buy a memory card then expect different frame rates.
Summary: This Camera/Camcorder Is Great! It Is Really Small, Portable, And Lightweight. I Like To Hide It In Plants Or Bushes, Then Go Inside My House For 10 MIN And Then I Finnally Get To Know Which Dogs [Relieve Themselves] On My Lawn.
Summary: I wanted an entirely digital (i.e. no tape) camcorder in order to try out the technology. We're not "camcorder people," so the idea of dropping several hundred dollars on a video camera (Mini-DV, Hi-8, Digital-8, or what have you) wasn't attractive.
Summary: I bought this for my 10year old son. I wanted an inexpensive recording device so he could "make movies" and he loves it. It took some practice learning to hold the camera still when taking photos, but he does a prettyl good job. And the camera takes nice photos.
Summary: This is a great camera it's small, light, and has great audio .The one thing i have a problem with is the video. i dont know if you bought this for the camera or to make video but the video runs on only 15 fps.Im not too happy with this after waiting 2 weeks for it to come.
Summary: This camera is really cool. It takes decent videos and pictures and is still inexpensive and small. The only drawback to this camera is the fact that it has a small internal memory. Without a card you get a max of 3 min. recording time. However with a card there is no limit to how much you can do.
Summary: Overall I was dissapointed in this camera. The description is not thorough enough. 1.3 Megapixels is for STILL images, and the images are decent but there is no flash so limited when lighting is bad. Video modes are 640x480, 320x240, and 160x120.