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'Smaller, lighter, and features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity'
'Enhanced video performance'
'Camera is decent'
'Excellent video quality, Versatile shooting modes'
'Packs in all the features competitors charge extra for'
'A very versatile action camera - builds on the already excellent Drift HD and adds several exciting new features'
'Crisp, detail-rich video footage'
'Outstanding HD video quality up to 1080p'
'Expensive and no optical image stabilization.'
'Premium price, but definitely worth the extra price.'
'Great outdoor capabilities'
'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.'
'Relatively intelligent autofocus system'
'Compared to other home-movie camcorders on the market, it is relatively inexpensive at around $520..'
'small and dainty controls'
'new Gigabrid Premium video engine'
'Digital Image Stabilizer not as good as Optical image stabilizer.'
'comparatively high resolution'
'easy video downloading'
'The camcorder managed to register nearly all the colors in our test chart very accurately. '
'The sleek coloured body has no accessory shoe or minijacks for microphone and headphone. '
'Prone to image noise.'
'From the back, it looks an awful lot like a camera.'
'too easy to accidentally put your fingers over the small lens on the front of the device'
'Unfortunately, your buddies will have a tough time watching the display with you.'
'clunky user interface'
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