Summary: The camera was a piece of junk. It stopped working right after I got it. It wouldn't even record because it tore up the tape immediatly with an annoying dinging sound. It ruined tape, cost me money, but did nothing. I would not buy from this outfit.
Summary: just took delivery of the 120 after the hi 8 trv75 was stolen. have not had a lot of time with it yet, but a few thoughts-- 1)rca cable output is proprietary. has normal 3 outputs to connect to standard rca jacks, but the jack at the camera is a sony "mini" jack that has all three outputs.
Summary: I found this camcorder perfect for a 12 yr old, but I do belive the memory stick and still photos are a bit much. It has some way cool picture effects (negative, mosiac) and some great features (nightshot, 450x zoom) It has an increddibly compact size for a camera of its capabilities.
Summary: For the price, this is the best buy for the money....it takes excellent video footage...the only drawback is the battery life is short..need to purchase at least the 8 hour capacity (very expensive)...
Summary: My first handycam was an F series bought 8 years ago. After 5 years it was broken beyond repair. I was itching to get one and finally did about a week ago. I was surprise how far the handycam has evolved. I was the production engineer back then in Sony Handycam production line.
Summary: This little number is a great step up from DCR-TRV310. I'm Not sure why, but the number is higher, and in my experience that means that it is way better and should cost alot more. I greatly recommend it with the 2.5in screen.
Summary: I'm quite pleased with the audio and video quality of this camcorder, as well as the plethora of features and effects (though most I'll probably never use). I like the steadyshot, nightshot, and being able to shoot in widescreen format -- those are my favorite features.