'8cm BD-RE discs for recording can be frustrating.'
'Price is rather steep'
'Records to Blu-ray discsViewfinder and accessory shoe'
'Poor video and photo quality.'
'two robust recording formats'
'Transfer images to your computer in a flash with the built-in high speed USB 2.0 connection.'
'ridiculous 1200x digital zoom'
'the best feature is that you can shoot to the hard drive, save it, edit it in the camera, and then transfer it to DVD'
'the DZ-BD70A suffers from some unfortunate problems, mostly with the surprisingly poor picture quality.'
'the buttons are hard to tell apart by touch alone and difficult to use while shooting.'
'Hidden touch-sensitive controls.'
'comparatively poor image quality'
'to dial it in, you have to use the clumsy touch-sensitive buttons behind the LCD display, which makes it awkward to adjust precisely.'
'The DZMV780A's still-image quality is abysmal.'
'high-quality and high-efficiency MPEG2 video recording technology'
'no built-in flash'
'However, on the flip side, the signals sound extremely clean.'
'viewing and transferring of data can still be troublesome because the DVD-RAM discs require special DVD-RAM compatible DVD players for viewing and dubbing.'
'The manual focus control on the DZ-MV730 is its worst manual control and is practically unusable.'
'The video quality is equally poor, however.'
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