'Comprehensive enthusiast features.'
'Images were really smooth with very few jagged edges and no visible pixellation.'
'huge zoom and superb image stabilisation'
'Some edge artifacts in video .'
'relatively healthy 12x optical zoom'
'The TM700’s on screen menu is fairly easy to navigate although it does require a bit of scrolling to get at some functions.'
'Good range of manual features.'
'Their sub-HD resolution sensor produces merely satisfactory video.'
'Nice compact design.'
Menus are well laid out and easy to navigate
Good low-light performance
'sub-HD resolution sensor'
Large 3-inch touchscreen LCD
'It's similarly comfortable to hold, especially with the slight upward curve toward the back that makes the zoom switch and photo button easy to reach.'
'Colours were bright and accurate, while the 35mm wide-angle lens did a good job of keeping everything in shot.'
'The zoom switch has a nice feel and it's pretty easy to maintain a steady rate with it.'
'Huge 240GB hard disk'
Good automated performance
Image quality isn't too bad, but footage appears murky and dim.
Comes with an embedded GPS so you can keep track of exactly where you were when you made your movie.
Generally decent performance
Compatible with both Sony Memory Sticks and SD Cards
Good audio quality and has a built-in projector.
'Useful and accessible automatic and manual controls'
'Rivals offer more'
Quality of footage is excellent
'The HDR-CX160 features several automated modes for better recording, including Optical SteadyShot for more stable videos, Tracking Focus to keep focus on a moving object, and Wind Noise Reduction. '
Great battery life
Excellent image quality and Exmor R CMOS sensor offers great low-light video recording.
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