Capable optical image stabilisation
Good amount of manual controls
Light and easy to handle
Excellent video quality
Videos are sharp and vibrant
Intelligent Auto and menus are both user-friendly
'No accessory shoe'
'Missing external mic input, HDMI cable. '
Well designed touch-screen interface
'Very small build'
When it comes to video quality, you're getting what you pay for.
Comprehensive manual settings
'decent video quality'
'The HDC-SD20 can capture full HD 1920x1080 video directly to SD/SDHC cards, features advanced optical image stabilization to reduce blurry images at long zoom ranges and can operate in light down to 9 LUX with its built-in video light. '
The sub-HD resolution sensor produces merely satisfactory video
Large built-in memory capacity
Still pictures can be taken while recording video
Unfortunately, in terms of video quality the camera's low price can accounted for.
'Touch screen not responsive enough..'
'Audio capture was decent--more than adequate for casual shooters, but in the middle of the pack among the camcorders we tested.'
'no specific progressive mode'
'Audio capture was decent; more than adequate for casual shooters, but in the middle of the pack among the camcorders we tested.'
'equally awkward touch screen'
'Good range of manual controls. '
'I’ve seen other camcorders that are built more user-friendly than the HDC-HS300, which has some hard-to-press buttons and a main zoom toggle that’s too small to use comfortably.'
'solid all-around performer'
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