'Benefit from the convenience of recording straight to DVD (-R/-RW/-R DL).'
'high-end standard-definition DVD camcorder'
'The Sony DCR-DVD910 ($649 MSRP) just can't compete for our good graces this year.'
'The DCR-DVD610 uses simple controls and powerful features that make it easy to shoot and share video.'
'powerful 40x optical/2000x digital zoom'
'Bulky hand grip.'
'the DZ-BD70A suffers from some unfortunate problems, mostly with the surprisingly poor picture quality.'
'Unbelievably poor battery placement'
'This screen delivers a clear picture of the action during recording and playback.'
'Also, there's a tripod mount on the bottom of the unit.'
'Video quality is still pretty mediocre.'
'The EZ201's best feature may be the Small Wonder Memory Manager application built into the device that uploads into the computer.'
'video becomes absurdly choppy in dim lighting.'
'The VDR-D210 lacks a headphone jack, too, which makes reviewing your audio difficult when you're in a noisy area.'
'no SD card slot'
'This DVD camcorder has no JPEG still-image capture.'
'sad, sad viewfinder'
'No USB port.'
'the DC210 does let you convert captured images into three-second MPEG-2 files that you can insert into your movies as scenes.'
'huge 35x optical zoom lens'
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