Excellent in low light and dramatic settings
'In-camera video effects.'
'The Kodak Playtouch is a pocket-sized, handheld HD camcorder that shoots high-definition videos and captures 5MP stills. '
'The Kodak also impressed us with the way it handled light, being quick to adjust itself when going from dark to bright. '
'high-end standard-definition DVD camcorder'
'The Sony DCR-DVD910 ($649 MSRP) just can't compete for our good graces this year.'
'video becomes absurdly choppy in dim lighting.'
'The VDR-D210 lacks a headphone jack, too, which makes reviewing your audio difficult when you're in a noisy area.'
'no SD card slot'
'This DVD camcorder has no JPEG still-image capture.'
'dismal audio offerings'
'decent color and sharpness'
'recording straight to DVD-R/-RW/+RW/+R Dual Layer media formats'
'The built-in microphone wasn't very directional as stereo mics go'
'While we fully support the idea of a joystick, and we love the Panasonic and Canon ZR joysticks, this particular design barely raises its head from the rest of the frame'
'lacks manual focus.'
'The bad: No shoulder strap or accessory shoe.'
'new menu navigation control'
'Too much saturation can cost sharpness though, and that was definitely the case with the ZR500.'
'crystal clear video'
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