'in the Digital Camcorder Buying Guide Video cameras using a memory card format are able to achieve an ultracompact design.'
'overall • Zoom is noisy • Footage'
Good video performance for the asking price
'reliable and able performer'
'confusing menu navigation system'
'high quality video'
'Still-photo enthusiasts who want to make 4x6 prints will want to steer clear of the DCR-SR40 or supplement it with a dedicated digital still camera.'
'No accessory shoe • Heavily dependent on touch-screen interface • Small LCD.'
'When printed at 4x6 inches, still images from the SR40 were rather blurry, with jaggy edges on curved lines and bland'
'high-quality stills and videos'
'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'
'Overall users were pretty happy for the value for money.'
'no built-in memory'
'expanded wide angle and telephoto zoom'
'Frame-based three-dimensional processing reduces video noise (visual static) by 30%, allowing you to get a bright picture with less noise, even in low light.'
'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.'
'no built-in video light'
'sharing everything you've captured with family, colleagues and friends has never been easier with One Touch DVD Burn capabilities.'
'the most noticeable image artefact we found was the worst case of purple fringing we have ever seen on a camcorder.'
'Poor battery life.'
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