Summary: Sony DCR-SR68 80GB Hard Disk Drive Handycam Camcorder The Sony Handy Cam that was purchased in 2007 was easier to use and had many more functions to use. I wouldn't necessarily buy the new DCR-SR68 again.
Summary: First of all I would say that I love this product because it is very convenient to carry, I have purchased it from the Amazon during thanksgiving, and I have not gotten any problem yet because I have not used it much.However I tested it's picture quality looks me good,but I am not satisfied with the sound; it seems to me different than the original because I compared it with my voice. But overall this product is really good.
Summary: Hi, I bought this camcorder on thanksgiving sale. It came for a great price and in the color (Red) I wanted. I like the product very much, the only thing i feel missing is the HD quality. But to get something better you also need to pay better. Apart from that, it has all the features, like 80GB HDD, SD card video recording (it also works with SDHC cards), inbuilt lens cover and the best part I like is the touch screen lcd display.
Summary: A friend had this camera when we were in vegas, it took excellent video from the stratosphere at night. From the obversation tower i was able to zoom in on blurs of light off in the distance, once zoomed i could tell the object was a large video sign -- i was able to watch the video and read the text. I was highly impressed with this camera so my wife got it for an xmas present. It took great video xmas day in low light conditions. The camera sucks.
Summary: OK, I have read an awful lot of bad reviews on this camera. I have to say it took me a while to figure it out. It imports in MPEG format. This is an acceptable and widely used format even for television networks. The software you use also plays a huge factor in the quality of the video. I always use Sony Vegas software to edit and import in NTSC DV (720x480, 29.970 fps, with best rendering quality, and deinterlace method is set to interpolate fields.