'novice-friendly Easy button'
'Superb 1080i image quality, loads of manual features'
'The lighter-colored noise in the Sony is more apparent to the eye.'
'Good selection of outputs including USB2.0, Firewire, Component, HDMI.'
'Relatively sharp video'
'For a “budget HD” camcorder, this is perhaps the best we've seen.'
'Without any sort of magnification and finer control than the touch screen allows, the manual focus is close to useless'
'With the 8GB flash drive, you'll have built-in memory that prepares you to capture the unexpected.'
'adjustable screen brightness'
'The hinge is thin, flexible, and could easily hyper-extend or even snap off if not handled with care.'
'The new Sony HD HDR-HC7 is bound to spark interest among beginning or casual shooters looking for their first HDV camcorder and even serious hobbyists looking for an unobtrusive second camcorder.'
'Annoying touch screen interface'
'Sony has attempted to improve colour shooting under low-light conditions with a 'color slow shutter', but this isn't perfect, with a juddery effect.'
'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'
'adjustable and robust viewfinder'
'Menu navigation doesn't circle back.'
'disappointing low light performance'
'lightweight sturdy design'
'the audio support on this model is seriously underwhelming'
'the HVX200's built-in camera mic is not adequate for critical sound applications.'
'the big headline buzz about this new camcorder is its P2 solid state media recording options.'
'Our shots looked stunning, even though the best flowers in our Northern California climate hadn't bloomed yet.'
'native resolution is'
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