The sub-HD resolution sensor produces merely satisfactory video.
images produced are crystal clear
Effective image stabilisation
120GB hard drive
'in mind though that video isn't quite ready for geotagging; unlike photos, there's no metadata standard for storing the information with the file.'
'Good video quality'
'Its battery life is also decent; the Sony Handycam HDR-XR200V's rechargeable battery lasted nearly 2 hours on a single charge (111 minutes in our test), which netted a battery life score of Good.'
'audio visual masterpieces'
'Middling video quality.'
'Best-in-class handling and manual control'
'sub-par image quality'
'infuriating design problem'
'astonishing 700x digital zoom'
'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.'
'lens engulfs the majority of the front end.'
'This pricey camcorder didn't deliver top-notch video quality'
'built-in infrared system'
'My fingers overshot the top of the squat body, making it awkward to shoot one-handed; I had to pull my wrist and fingers back to manipulate the zoom and record controls with my right hand.'
'All elements are well laid out and easy to access.'
'A series of 640-by-480-pixel photos came out small and disappointingly pixelated.'
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