Summary: June 23, 2012 I was shooting an outdoor Wedding at a Country Club in Las Vegas. I had been shooting for 1/2 an hour for pre-wedding, then while filming the wedding party ( with 2 month old Sony HDR-AX 2000) all the the sudden the camera would not focus. I turned off the camera;took off the battery, turned on and got a 32:60 error message. I had a small point and shoot camera on my belt, I pulled it out and hand held it for the whole wedding !
Excerpt: I used to have the VX2000 camera. I sold it so that I could upgrade to the newer and better HD version. I was extremely happy with my camera and wanted to stick with Sony hoping they would have only improved on their quality and features. Before I purchased this camera, I missed the fact that this would not record in 1080p and only does 1080i. After I recieved it, I realized this, but decided to live with it, as 1080i is not necessarily a bad thing.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Zoom range/performance
Cons: Poor Image Quality, Poor Sound, Poor Still Image