Summary: Steady and clear are the pictures. Easy to use even when you're excited with a huge bull elk next to your vehicle! Light weight to carry until the moment you need it. Simply super for wild life photography and the abilty to zoom in soooooooo closely, and get that perfect photo shot as well, is...
Summary: After careful research I went with the DVD200. The extra $100 is worth it over the DVD100 due to the resolution. But paying an extra $100 just for an inch bigger fold-out LCD on the 300 just didn't seem worth it. So I settled on the 200.
Summary: I took my very first movie today with my Sony DVD300 handycam which was a Christmas gift from my brother. The clarity is amazing and the sound just floors me. I'm devoted to movie making only and the finalization process took about 2 1/2 minutes and I was then all ready to pop the disc into the DVD...
Summary: OK! I read all of the reader reviews I could get my hand on, and then took the plunge. SONY has done it again (my opinion). This camcorder replaces an old VHS-C off-brand which I thought was pretty good. I love the DCRDVD300, and am glad I opted for the "300" because I love the larger screen.
Summary: If you're starting to go crazy shopping for a digital camcorder, read on. Bundles of format types, odles of brands, countless models to choose from, what a mess! The answer is the Sony Handycam 300 (or the 100 or 200 if your budget is tighter).
Summary: Loved the convenience of Direct DVD-R/RW conversion. It stores 60 minutes of great video quality even in LP Format. Also, It gives very good night shots as well. It can store thousands of 1MP stills right on DVD. It came with ImageMixer Software. Just Install the Drivers and software on PC.
Summary: I just received my camcorder, so my experience is brief. A more detailed review will follow later.But since there are no good reviews comparing the camcorders on the market I wanted to share my opinion.
Summary: No muss no fuss, just put the disc in, shoot your video, finalize and boom... You got a home movie, ready to play on most DVD players. I have 4 DVD players at home (one in computer) and they play back on them all.