Summary: This may be a wonderful camera for PC users; however if you use a Mac to edit your video, you should find another camcorder that is compatible. Unfortunately, Sony does not make it very clear that this model cannot be used with Macs, and since their previous models had been Mac friendly, I bought...
Summary: I just got back from best buy where I picked up this for $149.99... They have it clearanced so you'll have to find one near you (im in Mesa, AZ). For me they took it out of one of their pre-wrapped bundle deals they had.
Summary: I received this video camera last Christmas, to record some of our upcoming family vacations. I've had problems with it ever since. I've had difficulty transferring my videos from the camera onto the computer, and then onto a DVD.
Summary: As far as handheld camcorders go, I don't think anyone is going to be able to beat Sony's DSR-SX41 for quite some time in terms of quality, price, and ease of use. It fits easily into the hand, is extremely portable, and is easy to learn to use even without the use of a manual.
Summary: My mother enjoys this camera because it can fit in her purse really easy since it is so small. Having said that, operating the camera isn't as easy for her as you'd hope. For the most part, the menus are designed well, but trying to access them on such a small touch screen is a challenge given that...
Summary: This is the first new camcorder I've bought in seven years. I liked my last Sony camcorder, but the tape drive did become fouled over the years and eventually caused the demise of the camera. I am not a techie. I need simplicity with good results.
Summary: I bought this unit from Best Buy for $299 on June 6, 2009. I have never owned a camcorder, so, I did a lot of research before buying and decided to rely on the Sony brand name. I've never had any issues with Sony, and, of course, Sony always works with my Macintosh computer.