I'm happy that I did not write a review as soon ...
11 December 2014
Summary: I'm happy that I did not write a review as soon as I bought it. I would have said how much I really liked it. It was a terrible purchase and a huge mistake. The reason why I say this is because of the battery. It's not turning on after I charged it for over eight hours. That's upsetting because I just started out with film class and I have a project due that I cannot complete.
Summary: I like the camera and the functions, but the complete instructions were not included. I understand I run the risk of not receiving some parts when I buy used, but when it says "Like New" and "taken out of box to test functionality" I expect there to be full instructions. But, the camera does function the way I expected and is in great condition, so i gave my overall purchase experience four stars.
Summary: Had to send this camer back due to defect. Would not power up fully, lcd screen was not functional. After purchasing, researched troubleshooting, looks like this model has had many issues with charging and what not.
Summary: I bought the Toshiba Camileo X100 Full-HD a few years ago. The video is wonderful and I get many compliments from Sony handycam owners. The AVI format works for me and if needed I can convert to MPEG using Adobe. The factory battery was lose and took a while to resolve, but since I did, I haven't had any issues at all.
Summary: I got this few years ago and never had a problem with it the only thing is on the menu screen it lags a little but nothing serious. I never used the youtube option on it as I edit my video before uploading them, overall 5 stars well worth the money
Summary: I'm a long time Little League coach and I bought the X100 to film my pitchers and hitters. It has a 720p at 60 frames per second that gives twice as many frames as a normal HD camera. The 720p mode, is lower res than full HD but I've found it more than adequate for sports analysis with the added advantage of the files being a quarter of the size for uploading. I upload the video to PowerChalk.com and can use their web service to analyze the clips.