'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 DZ-BD70A suffers from some unfortunate problems, mostly with the surprisingly poor picture 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.'
'This LCD is one of the worst out there; the noise is plentiful and obstructing, especially in low light areas'
'The camcorder has a six-mode auto exposure, auto and manual white balance and full auto and manual focus.'
'having a fader button and manual focus ring, though you can add fades to DVD-RAM recordings after shooting and focus manually using pushbuttons.'
'comparatively poor image quality'
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