'No video light.'
'a cheap, lame hand strap'
'there's no built-in assist light for recording in dimly lit settings'
'Panasonic's MagicPix mode enhances indoor and low-light footage, making video more viewable, but since it slows the shutter speed, it also makes your video quite choppy in dim lighting.'
'no built-in flash'
'The PV-GS320's hand strap is hung so low that the camcorder flops to the side of the palm of the hand at an awkward angle.'
'Another questionable design decision puts the FireWire and USB ports for transferring video to your PC under the battery.'
'Another questionable design decision puts the FireWire and USB ports for transferring video to your Mac under the battery.'
'Still quality for outdoor and indoor shots using the built-in flash is acceptable for small, uncropped prints.'
'the Panasonic PV-GS300 is a pretty neat camcorder'
'It's a little bulkier than some other models, at 5.3 inches long and just under 3 pounds'
'Some manual controls are a little awkward to access.'
'JVC does offer high-capacity batteries'
'Boxy design can be problematic.'
'while the LCD screen is adequate for most uses, it can be hard to see in direct sunlight.'
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