Color accuracy under low light better than all competing flagships
So the ideal PX100 customer will be looking for a little bit of both: A person who's interested in improving their technique or someone else's, but also maybe shooting some game footage from the bleachers too. We do think this represents a large portion of coaches and parents, and if you're one of them, don't be afraid to buy this unique camcorder.
Excellent small body, professional feature video camera
The GC-PX100 is an excellent camera that offers non-professional film-makers every feature they'll ever need and then some, sports coaches a unique way to monitor and evaluate performance and professionals a body that's small and light enough to sling into any bag and carry anywhere.
Excellent in low light and dramatic settings
Those expecting a huge improvement over the HF G10 will be disappointed. The HF G20 builds on its predecessor's strengths and makes subtle, small improvements. Unless you're dead-set on shooting video with a DSLR, the HF G20 will fit the bill for anyone demanding high quality imaging coupled with a comprehensive array of manual controls.
Still, in some ways, it's easy to feel that Canon showed up a day late and a dollar short with the lack of 60p recording.
Perfect camera for the purpose
I'm a musician and use the camera do to register videos (using 3 cameras) do advertise my work on youtube and it works perfect for that. It works very well in low light situations like concert halls or jazz clubs and you can have some manual controls if you are operating and want a particular effect. But if I'm doing a more "cinematic" production and can be operating the manual focus I rather use a DSLR (I have a 7D) because of the option of better lens (almost the double of price).
Solid performance, loaded with features
After using this more extensively for a few weeks, I am amazed at the image stabilization; it is truly innovative. I've never seen anything like it. Now the bad news, the navigation screen is difficult. Partly because of the small screen size (comes with the territory of having a small camcorder, I guess). I wish there was a 'home' button because getting back to the main screen takes time; I usually end up just shutting it down and turning it back on again.
This is an excellent 3D camcorder, just okay for taking pictures
This camera has many features, most of which I have not used. It was very simple to open the box and begin recording great video. The video is excellent in daylight. I filmed a wedding and reception. The wedding was outside on a sunny day, the reception dinner was indoors and party outside after. I filmed some parts in 3D and others in 2D. In sunlight, both turned out perfectly. The picture was vivid and clear. Inside, was standard lighting, and the picture was slightly grainy.
Camera is very light, easy to handle
The Panasonic HDC-SD90 is a mid-cost camcorder. This camcorder's iA (Intelligent Auto) feature selects the most suitable shooting mode at the press of a button. This feature includes Face Recognition, which finds the faces of registered people (up to six faces can be registered) and optimizes the focus and exposure for them.
Great video performance
The 3D compatibility may be the biggest headline for the HDC-SD90, but at its core this is essentially a very well featured midrange HD camcorder. If your budget can't quite stretch to a high-end model, this model would make a very acceptable compromise. With more enthusiast features than similarly priced competitors, and equal or better image quality, the HDC-SD90 gives you plenty for your money, with the added bonus of 3D if you're feeling a bit more flush.
Well built and has good ergonomics with an intuitive touchscreen control.
The Panasonic HDC-SD90 is well built and has good ergonomics with an intuitive touchscreen control. It has a bright lens plus decent lens reach and feature set but is relatively expensive and clad in a plastic-y high gloss case.
Overall, the SD90 is a splendid camcorder for the sub-£500 price bracket and offers lots to get excited about, even before you consider its 3D capabilities. Apart from its slick chassis and comfortable design, its versatility is a key selling point and one that allows for plenty of creative input. This makes it a good choice for budding filmmakers who don't have a lot of cash to spare or those that want some high-quality home movies.
It is a great 2D camera
The key to producing a decent 3D camcorder is to make sure that, first and foremost, it is a great 2D camera. Panasonic managed this admirably with its first 3Dcorder the high-end HDC-SDT750 - but now it has brought the technology to the mid-range and a more beginner-friendly user base, with the HDC-SD90.
Poor Cordination and Poor Byndling
The Bag is of not of a very good quality, but an average one. Instead of the Promised wide and tele Lenses I got two sets of Filter. ( One 46 mm Dia and the other 58 mm )
The spare Battery does not even stay on the Rapid charger, It keeps on falling down. The Mini stand, I do not know how useful it would be. The card Reader is Good. + many more is only a screen Protector film. The Handycam is really good which works very well.
Uses SDHC cards - cheap, good capacity and easy to find
The Canon FS22 is a standard definition flash memory camcorder from Canon's 2009 lineup. The camcorder is a step up from Canon's FS21 since it features 32GB of built-in flash memory for storing video and still images which is double the internal memory of the FS21.
light, compact flash memory models
It's the year 2009 and standard-definition camcorders are getting shafted with minimal features and smaller sensors while high-definition steals the limelight. The Canon FS22 is one of those poor unfortunate souls, though we found it to be one of the best remaining options on the market if your wallet cannot take the Fugitive jump down a tumultuous financial waterfall.
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