'Images look sharp, too.'
'Awkwardly placed USB port.'
'The back of the Canon HG20 is well balanced and
not too bad looking either
The Left Side (5.5)
The left side of the Canon HG20 will see a lot of action.'
'Does not have a viewfinder.'
'Provides manual focus adjustment'
'Nice feature set.'
'capable and technologically sophisticated DVD camcorders'
'The interface is quite easy to get along and the directional stick worked better that what I found on the Samsung DX310.'
'32GB built-in flash memory'
'Power button difficult to use.'
'Canon's Zoom toggle is wide and shifts smoothly—it's definitely preferable to JVC's tiny toggles.'
'Optical zoom: 37 x'
'great video and photos'
'the viewfinder is also tiny and inflexible'
'Images may also show trailing when shooting in this slow shutter mode.'
'Last year's DC20 was much lighter and smaller.'
'awkward navigation controls'
'Placing the menu button on the left side, and not on the rear with the joystick, was a design mistake.'
'Fair-to-middling video quality overall'
'It offers simple to use features, and auto modes that will make it easy for beginners to get started.'
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