Easy-to-use interface and menus
Still image quality is well behind the video quality, especially with indoor photos.
Zoom control is inconveniently located on the camera
'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.'
'Nicely designed interface.'
'Excellent overall video quality. '
'While the HF S100 has a very crisp, sharp image, it is definitely rivaled by the Sony HDR-XR520V and the Panasonic HDC-TM300. '
'The still pictures are kind of over processed and saturated due to the flash.'
'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.'
'Nice basic camcorder'
'the graphical menus are very easy to navigate and comprehend.'
'Super SteadyShot® image stabilization capture sharp, clear, detailed video'
'Poor video and photo quality.'
'two robust recording formats'
'Transfer images to your computer in a flash with the built-in high speed USB 2.0 connection.'
'ridiculous 1200x digital zoom'
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