Great camcorder for electronic news gathering and independent filmmaking alike
'adjustable screen brightness'
'No card compatibility with Sony lat panel TVs.'
'Its 10X optical zoom might seem tame next to the 30X+ zooms now finding their way into lower-end models'
'"Great film-like footage in a feature-rich camera."'
'Its batteries are interchangeable with the battery series used in the HVR-V1, and when using the NP-F970 battery, it can last for up to 13.5 hours of run time.'
'well-built, feature-packed HDV camcorder capable'
'Wide dynamic range Features like shadowed faces and overbright hair are clear and natural-looking.'
'Menu navigation doesn't circle back.'
'disappointing low light performance'
'lightweight sturdy design'
'the audio support on this model is seriously underwhelming'
'The HDR-HC1 is also uncharacteristic of Sony's recent announcements in it's level of manual control of audio.'
'the world's smallest and lightest high-definition consumer camcorder with full HD resolution based on HDV 1080i.'
'Beginners can start shooting right out of the box on fully automatic settings and more sophisticated shooters will be happy to find many professional bells and whistles.'
'the HC1 has one significant downside for the enthusiast: tapes load from the bottom'
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