Summary: Update: Mar. 14, 2011 Switch to 1920x1080 w/ 16Mbps mode, that's really gorgeous video quality even in the almost completely dark env., and without any need to setup anything manually, just by itself automatically, that's really awesome performance under low-light, exactly what I need!
Amazing camera, but took 7 hours to view and edit its files on computer
Nicholas S., Newegg
3 February 2011
Summary: This camera works with SDHC cards as well as the stated Memory Stick Pro Duo, though SDHC is much cheaper. Free HD Converter V1.7 works very well for converting those uncommon M2TS files to something I can play and edit on my computer.
Pros: This HD Camcorder records at 1920x1080 very well with high quality results. There are tons of configuration settings, manual focus, metering, and all that. I carry it around with every time I go somewhere and the small size makes it very portable. The antishake is especially good as, even in a ro...
Cons: I had to spend 7 hours searching Google for a program that converts the uncommon M2TS files to something I can work with just to be able to view and edit the videos. The included PMB software doesn't even keep the HD resolution upon converting to AVI or MPG, defeating the purpose of having an HD ...
Not impressed with the image stabilization - UPDATED 10-10-2010
S. Epstein, Amazon
4 October 2010
Summary: I purchased this camera to replace a 13 year old Sony Hi-8 camcorder - absolutely the best purchase I could have made in a camcorder. Unfortunately, the incredible quality of Hi-8 is ruined when digitized, so the quality is no longer there when one wants to edit on the PC. It is time for digital...
Summary: Good product--very small makes it a little difficult for operate the controls. Good image quality, nice zoom. No memory card included so it will not work out of the box. Would also like to see Sony add a HDMI cord. Controls are simple to use. Documentation is poor.
Summary: I use this camera to record weekly church services and sometimes weddings or musical concerts from full community orchestra down to chamber music. On an average week I record two hours of video to produce a one hour video.
Summary: I have been using the Sony DCR-SR68 for the past year, right up until my house flooded and water got inside it. It still works just like it should, but will not turn off, which means it cant charge the battery. My wife knew I liked the Sony Camcorders so she got me this HDR-CX110 as a replacement.
Summary: I've had this camera for a few weeks now and I'm liking it so far. I got it at Best Buy for $350 new. Pros: -small/lightweight -descent low light -full HD :) -good camera quality for such a small device Cons: -fingerprints on touch screen -battery life if OK depends on what mode you want to shoot.