Summary: When This was purcahsed it said NEW.. When it was received it really does not seems new at all since it was in a generic box, with a manual that is dirty and the charger and other cables were simply on the side. I had purchased a brand new one from Best Buy 6 years ago and it came in the SONY box with the protective foam and cardbaord inside and manual in plastic sleeve...
Summary: my old compact c cassett bit the dust after10 years after carefully shopping for the correct camera. found this one it works great with this model you need not to finalize only if you use the +rw format and you use at least or more than 15 min. love it.
I have never gone wrong purchasing a Sony Product!!!!!!!!!!
19 January 2013
Summary: This is my first DVD Camcorder. Pretty neat Camcorder, easy to operate. One thing though - When you are finalizing and LCD screen states (Do not bump or move the Camera while finalizing) that is exacly what it means. I tested it out to see what it would do. It will not finalize correctly so you can play the DVD on you home DVD player.Be careful and set it aside until it is ompletely finished. If you do it correctly and follow the directions, it turns out perfectly.
Ghosthunting made easy and effective for beginners.
25 October 2012
Summary: I'm a paranormal investigator.I like to try as many different cameras and videocameras and other types of audio and video equipment I can get my hands on.When you're attempting communication with spirits,you'll need a Sony nightshot or other type of infra-red video and still cam.The Sony DCR-DVD 105 is as easy as it gets,in regards to using the camera and viewing the footage after.Then,just finalize your disc in the camera,and you can view that disc on any blue-ray,dvd...
Sony Handycam DCR-DVD105 DVD Camcorder takes nice pics!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This Sony Handycam DCR-DVD105 DVD Camcorder features a Carl Zeiss Lens, Touch panel LCD and 20x optical zoom. I have appreciated its light-weight and the swivel screen. The swivel screen makes recording in ackward situations (i.e. being in a crowd, not being able to stand or see the stage) easier because you can point the screen downward to make sure you are getting the picture you want. It, also, has a snapshot feature but I haven't really used that. We did a few...