'the most advanced and the first to record high definition video.'
'not an ideal camcorder for people looking to record high action footage, such as sports.'
'the HDR-UX1 does not sport Sony's ubiquitous Easy button for one-touch foolproof recording.'
'autoexposure blows out highlights even more than is typical, and there's serious purple fringing on many of those blown-out, high-contrast edges.'
'occasional compression artifacts still noticeable.'
'The picture is less bright overall'
'Poorly structured menus'
'the DVD405 makes due with an old-hat 3-megapixel Advanced HAD CCD and an undersize 2.7-inch display.'
'poor battery life'
'Very good sound.'
'In "Automatic," the white balance makes for slightly cool blue images.'
'Intense stair-stepping was visible, a problem that did not occur with such severity in similarly priced DVD camcorders.'
'Can't record stills to DVD.'
'Record high-quality images and video directly to DVD-R/-RW/+RW/+R Dual Layer media formats'
'vivid image brilliance'
'Super SteadyShot® uses motion sensors to ensure a smooth and steady picture.'
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