Recommendations needed (but I have a fair idea)

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Lee Davison, Aug 30, 2005.

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    Lee Davison Guest

    Im looking for a cheapish camcorder which is in line with the following:

    1) Small
    2) Lightweight
    3) Decent ish image quality (I have a 3.2mp camera that can do video, it
    needs to be better than this)
    4) No requirement for photos - I have the camera for that!
    5) Pretty good in poor light - want to do a lot of woodland filming

    As an added bonus, on a maybe more expensive camera;

    6) Nightvision
    7) MP3
    8) Rotatable viewscreen

    I have found the following camera (beware of text wrapping)

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/prod...2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=61575

    I like the price, the size, the mp3, the viewfinder. I dont like the poor
    reviews of film quality. Does anyone have any experience of this camera, or
    know where I can download a film of its quality so I can ese how good/poor
    it is before a purchase.
    Alternately, any other cameras considered upto a budget max of £180

    Regards
    Lee





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    Lee Davison, Aug 30, 2005
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    Tony Morgan Guest

    In message <df28g6$265$-infra.bt.com>, Lee
    Davison <> writes
    Snipped....

    >I like the price, the size, the mp3, the viewfinder. I dont like the
    >poor reviews of film quality. Does anyone have any experience of this
    >camera, or know where I can download a film of its quality so I can ese
    >how good/poor it is before a purchase. Alternately, any other cameras
    >considered upto a budget max of £180


    The only half-decent camcorder anywhere near your budget is
    the JVC GR-D240 at about £197 from Digital Direct.
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    Tony Morgan
    http://www.camcord.info
     
    Tony Morgan, Aug 31, 2005
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