Summary: i bought this camera by mistake around 3 years ago, in NY city for 1300$ plus aditional battery, lents, etc.... While the first year, the camera show and exeptional preformance, latter i had some few problems, it all started with the Cassette Jaming and latter on the camera wont record due to some...
Summary: I had this camera for 2 years and had constant trouble with the door mechanism for the tape. It opens from the bottom and the tape pops up! Many times it got stuck and finally it would not open. $400.00 to fix it.
Summary: A little pricey but this camera is loaded with features. You can send wireless video directly to your television or monitor using the laser link. Many other features make this a gadget persons dream come true. An all around great camcorder.
Summary: I bought my Sony DCR-TRV11e in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. My intention was to learn and play with the gadget, and later on continue with editorial features on my computer. So far my learning and playing have been FUN!
Sony DCR-TRV11 Digital MiniDV Camcorder With Memory Stick
Amazon Customer, Amazon
5 January 2002
Summary: The Sony DCR-TRV11 is Sony's least expensive MiniDV camcorder. There are cheaper Digital 8 camcorders, but MiniDV allows you to hold more video and is more compact (although MiniDV tapes are somewhat more expensive).
Summary: I really enjoy this camera. I recently had a new addition to the family and find myself using this camera quite often. I like how the battery gives an exact reading on minutes left. I considered a couple cheaper cameras but I can easily say that the extra money was well worth it.
Summary: I bought the Sony DCR-TRV11 specifically for an African Safari, and am extremely pleased with the performance. I filmed through drenching rain, low-light conditions, over horribly bouncy roads, and the results are amazing.
Summary: FYI...this camcorder comes with an i.link SERIAL cable. If you want to transfer your images to your iMac, you're going to have to go out and get an additional cable: either the Sony MSAC US1 or the US5. The US5 is actually a mouse that accepts the memory stick; the US1 is just a cable.