Not bad, not the best. Today, you'll need a converter to edit it on a PC or Laptop
21 November 2013
Summary: I've owned this since it 1st came out in 2000 or so. Obviously it doesn't compare to today's technology, but if you buy an adapter to convert your tape to digital format on your PC or Laptop today, it's not to bad at all, even at the end of 2013. Maybe I'm biased since I've had it a long time & have been converting it to digital format for several years now (& dont have to buy a new camcorder) but I really do like it considering what I use it for now.
Summary: item was as advertised very good condition and worked very well, arrived quickly as promised had a similar camera which broke and could not find anyone to repair and this is about the only way to play all the tapes made before
Summary: I bought a display model at target years ago of this camera and then it brought a few months ago. When I bought my PC I got one that had a Firewire port just for this camera! Lasted along time.
I use the Camera for Rail fanning in North East and it does very well.
3 October 2011
Summary: The product was Identical to one it replace. Item function very well and so far no problems with it! The picture quality was excellent and ease of use was fantastic. Battery life seems to be what is expected with present size of battery. Value for money was right on since replacement part plus shipping would have been about the same as the replacement camera. I would give the camera a five star rating as a used product!
Summary: Wow, I can't believe theis camera is still offered. I came on Amazon to look for a new battery charger for mine. I purchased mine new from Circuit City in June of 2001 to take on my honeymoon cruise. It has performed flawlessly over the past 9 years, recording the birth of all three of my kids as well as countless birthdays, Christmas mornings, and school programs. The only drawback to this camera is the size. In the age of tiny cameras, this thing seems like a beast.