Summary: Good HD camera (but I hate on screen menus and no (SLR) viewfinder - can't see anything on the screen when it is sunny). Worth shelling for the extra £30 to get the version with projector (which I did not know about at the time). One con - You cannot charge a battery while filming.
Summary: Very good value for money, would buy again! The video quality is great for home use, the battery runs out a little quickly, so buying a spare battery to charge up and take with you might be a good idea if you are planning to use it often or for long.
Summary: i donot like the minute button for the memory etc i made a mistake of getting too big a card for recording on it is easier to find what you want on a 16gb cardi am not able to find all the menus so i trust to luck but that is what technology does no good for me at 78 years old i have had 5...
Summary: This camera is a top notch performer in a tiny package. The picture quality is superb under all conditions. The camera fits neatly in the hand and all the controls fall neatly where you would want them.
Summary: Fantastic camera. I know nothing about these types of things, but this is easy to use and works great. Bit irritating that the memory card doesn't come included, but not the end of the world. Love the camera and the editing on my computer works great. Very happy!
Summary: This is a great little Handycam, it fits snugly in my large 'plates of meat' hand. It's fairly straightforward to use and it gives good quality HD videos. The 50x extended zoom is great, it lets me zoom into far of items and see them quite clearly (although using a tripod would be better if using...
Summary: This device produces excellent quality pictures in true "HD" and is relatively easy to operate in the field. With a 32mb card you can get 2 hours or so of recording. The HD pictures can be played back on a TV using the "HMD" input and will not disappoint.