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Samsung HMX-QF30
Samsung HMX-W300
Samsung HMX-QF20
Samsung HMX-F80
Samsung W200
Samsung HMX-QF30 HD Camcorder
Samsung HMX-W300YN Camcorder
Samsung HMX-QF20 Camcorder
Samsung HMX-F80BN High Definition Flash Media Camcorder
Samsung W200 Camcorder
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Release Date
Feb 2013
Mar 2012
Jan 2012
Jan 2012
Apr 2011
Recording Format
High Definition
Flash Media, High Definition
Flash Media, High Definition
Flash Media, High Definition
Flash Media, High Definition
Optical Zoom
20.0 x
1.0 x
20.0 x
52.0 x
1.0 x
Recording System
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
Camcorder Type
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Memory Still Resolution
5.3 MegaPixels
5.0 MegaPixels
5.3 MegaPixels
1.9 MegaPixels
5.0 MegaPixels
Recordable Media
SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card
AVCHD
SD Memory Card
H.264 BP
Flash Media, High Definition
Use
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video, Photo Viewing

  • For a budget camcorder, we kept our expectations low, so we weren't overly surprised by the performance. What did surprise us was how mediocre it performed against our iPhone. Sure, you can enable optical zoom with image stabilization, but that's a plus only if it works well.


  • The QF30 makes a decent enough first impression, but scratching the surface just shows how poorly thought-out the whole experience is. There's nothing to make this small Samsung camcorder a compelling choice, even for people who own other Samsung devices. It barely plays into the carefully cultivated ecosystem the Korean giant has been assembling over the past few years, unlike their terrific still cameras like the NX300.


  • The HMX-QF30 is not a premium competitor, although Samsung has produced some models in this category in the past, such as the Samsung VP-HMX20 a few years back. But it does play to the company's current forte - good features and image quality for the money. At around £250, the HMX-QF30 surprises with its inclusion of Wi-Fi features, optical image stabilisation and a 1/4-inch sensor.


  • The Samsung HMX-W300 rugged minicamcorder is a good traveling companion for capturing Web-friendly movie clips and photos of your next hike or beach trip.


  • If you're planning to spend less than $200 on a camcorder, you can't get much better than the Samsung HMX-W300. It's easy to use, has a waterproof design, and its image quality is very good for a camcorder of its size and price. The camcorder is not for people who want top-notch image quality, though, nor is it for people who require access to manual controls. This is a simple pocket cam that is great for capturing poolside activities or passing off to your kids during a picnic.


  • The FZ60 offers a lengthy optical zoom in a well-featured package, but image purists won't be satisfied with just JPEG capture and a steep price.

    If you are forking out for a premium-priced superzoom camera, you might as well save up a little more and spend it on the FZ200, which gives you a fast and constant lens at f/2.8, as well as RAW capture.


  • For good-enough video for Web sharing and a 20x zoom lens, the Samsung HMX-QF20 gets the job done.


  • The QF20 is one of the cheapest camcorders on the market, and it's likely you could find the camcorder for less than its $350 MSRP if you shop around. The camcorder has its limitations, mainly with low light video and the terrible touchscreen, but this is one of those instances where you do kind of get what you pay for. If you want better performance, then you'll probably have to pony up more cash-or look for a great deal on a mid-range camcorder like the Panasonic HC-V700 or Canon HF M50.


  • For casual video capture, the Samsung HMX-QF20 is an admirable camera that won't break the bank. It's easy to use once you overcome any touchscreen phobias, and offers abundant manual settings and other in-camera features to explore.
    But there's nothing overwhelming about what's inside the HMX-QF20. No one will be blown away by the amazing image quality here.


  • The Samsung HMX-W200 might be a little less impressive than its specs, but it's still a very good rugged minicamcorder for the money.


  • The Samsung HMX-W200 is a great example of a camcorder that wildly exceeded our expectations. We expected average results from the camcorder, but instead we got a video performance that rivals the best we've seen from a model that costs under $200. Yes, the camcorder has some design flaws and interface problems, but its success in our video performance tests overshadowed those minor faults.


  • The Samsung HMX-W200 is one of the few pocket camcorders that can survive falls and capture underwater video, but with video quality that doesn't live up to its 1080p promise and some other issues, you can do better.


Top 5 samsung hd camcorder:

  1. Samsung HMX-QF30 HD Camcorder
  2. Samsung HMX-W300YN Camcorder
  3. Samsung HMX-QF20 Camcorder
  4. Samsung HMX-F80BN High Definition Flash Media Camcorder
  5. Samsung W200 Camcorder