'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.'
'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'
'Best deal around with this feature set.".'
'Bulky hand grip.'
'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.'
'The picture looks a little oversaturated'
'While the menu is great for navigating a menu, it's a poor interface for making fine adjustments to focus.'
'Stills are recorded to discs and unfortunately are fairly poor.'
'The DCR-DVD105 is easy to use while shooting, and just as easy to figure out when you first get your hands on the unit.'
'rampant edge crawl, noise, and motion artifacts.'
'rampant edge crawl, noise, and motion artifacts'
'So, unsurprisingly, the DVD205's video and still quality mimics that of the DVD305; they're pretty mediocre, with rampant edge crawl, noise, and motion artifacts.'
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