'Lightweight body and offers a decent number of recording options'
'Best wearable camcorder ever'
'Initial impressions a good start for Sony - Sony HDR-AS15'
'Inexpensive, Rugged build'
'Only waterproof to 2m • Horrible audio from the built-in microphone • Very poor still image quality. '
'Lacks embedded editing and sharing software'
'Affordable price point'
'Best Budget Camcorder.'
'And the Picsio FM2 isn’t fussy: it’s Mac and PC compatible. '
'Alternatively with its user friendliness and general approachability it might make an ideal Christmas gift for a “tweenager”.'
'easy-to-use and intuitive interface'
'No memory expansion.'
'Nothing but problems'
'Unique and innovative 360 degree attachment'
'The 3-inch touchscreen is large enough, both to navigate around using the icons and also for video playback or viewing photos, although it can be quite hard to see if you're out in bright daylight.'
'touch panel operation, improved low-light performance, and new built-in software for easy editing and sharing. '
'Usability is fair, with the large touchscreen offering easy access to the relatively sparse functionality.'
'Full HD compliant - records at a resolution of 1080p'
'Mac users have to manually copy video files to their computers.'
'Big, bright screen.'
'Top-notch video for a pocket camcorder.'
'the Vado's native encoding format isn't compatible with QuickTime.'
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