Summary: i didnt actually get one of these sony vx's nor did i get mine online. i have a sony vx2100, and i use it to film skateboarding. im having a lot of trouble trying to find a good capture camera, and was thinking of a sony vx2000 as another camera to film with and/or use for capturing footage. Now..
Summary: For fans of electronics, particularly bleeding-edge, technologically packed gadgets, nothing is sadder than knowing your particularly product is past its prime. Such is the case with Sony's DCR-VX2000. This is not to say that Sony's 3-CCD "prosumer" Mini-DV digital camcorder isn't a good product.
Summary: I also have studied this camera and like it alot the only thing that I can find wrong with it is that it only takes 640 x 480 still images. where most of sony's cammcorder take at least 1600 x 1200.
Excerpt: This is one of several Sony Pro-sumer camera's i own and i have used it on Wedding shoots, promotional video shoots. It is small enough to be easy to use in challenging locations (i have used it underwater) yet is packed with hi end features and controls that lets you achieve broadcast quality...
Excerpt: I keep meaning to write a review of my fantastic Sony DCR VX2000. I got as a very generous joint birthday and Christmas. My mum got it for me and she spent just under £2000 pounds on it which was a bit steep. But we did need a new camera as our old Toshiba was getting on a bit.
Pros: Packed full of features, stylish, great quality
Excerpt: I decided to buy this camcorder over all the others on the market because of the quality of the images, simply there is no other mini DV with the same quality not even the Canon XL1s which i used recently and found alright but compared to the sony it is oversized and overrated.
Excerpt: First of all, this machine more or less doubles as a camcorder and a stills digital camera. By inserting a toothpick sized 'memory stick' into the camera, one can take still digital snapshots, save them onto a PC, send them as emails, edit them etc..
Excerpt: Reading the reviews of equipment you get into the idea that everything is good. Magazines and websites barely ever give ratings less than 80%. The review I read gave the Sony DCR-VX2000E 96% and a gold, or platinum, or some metallic award.