'Still-photo enthusiasts who want to make 4x6 prints will want to steer clear of the DCR-SR40 or supplement it with a dedicated digital still camera.'
'No accessory shoe • Heavily dependent on touch-screen interface • Small LCD.'
'When printed at 4x6 inches, still images from the SR40 were rather blurry, with jaggy edges on curved lines and bland'
'high-quality stills and videos'
'adjustable screen brightness'
'Exmor CMOS image sensors with Exmor derived technology capture sharp, detailed images even in lower-light (1.5 LUX) situations. '
'new battery format'
'This makes up for the inadequate peaking function, designed to increase the highlights in the viewfinder image and thus aid focusing.'
'built-in infrared system'
'Easy to use'
'The Super SteadyShot® picture stabilization system uses motion sensors to ensure a smooth and steady picture.'
'smooth and steady picture'
'Menu navigation doesn't circle back.'
'disappointing low light performance'
'lightweight sturdy design'
'the audio support on this model is seriously underwhelming'
'Poor battery life.'
'The picture looks a little oversaturated'
'While the menu is great for navigating a menu, it's a poor interface for making fine adjustments to focus.'
'Stills are recorded to discs and unfortunately are fairly poor.'
'The DCR-DVD105 is easy to use while shooting, and just as easy to figure out when you first get your hands on the unit.'
'no accessory shoe.'
'Super NightShot infrared system enables you to capture natural looking video in low light conditions.'
'video taken in low light is of below-average quality.'
'The image quality is so poor'
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