Sony CCDTRV318 Hi8 Camcorder with 2.5" LCD and Steady Shot Product Reviews
Hi8 camcorder with 20x optical, 560x digital zoom SteadyShot picture stabilization system 2.5 inch color LCD and black and white EVF NightShot infrared mode for lowlight shooting; built-in light, easy dubbing features Comes with NP-FM30 InfoLithium battery; Stamina power management system
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It did just what I needed and will likely never be used to take video.Waste of money GREAT !!! The camcorder works great.Seemed intact, all cords were included, battery seemed functioning.Nice refurbishing job.Either an entry level digital, or this higher-end Hi8 unit. it was missing the instruction booklet.Not fully functional as described.Alan Williams It was not working.I called the company and got a very quick return call and they traded out the camera with another one that works just like new.Battery is almost no capacity.I had a slight problem with a cable, but UpBeat electronics worked with me, over the weekend, and refunded the cost of a new cable that I procured locally..It worked well and it was in excellent condition.[/review1][review2] The battery was no good and I had to use it with the charger cord the camcorder did not even last a week before it broke.
M It was sent to me not functioning properly finally found one for video conversion from tape to digital at a good price, now i just need to start the project Didn’t work, sent it back.I WAS RIGHT!!!it is such an awesum camcorder with great quality and wonderful zoom.The only issue I have with it is the fact it has only one tape however it is all I need.The clarity of the image is excellent and the color reproduction is outstanding in a wide variety of lighting situations.Do you want VHC? 8mm? Hi-8? Digital 8? Mini-DV? Then there’s whether or not you want to be able to take stills, have firewire output to a computer, image stabilization, etc.It has a nice big screen for viewing and I love the battery life.Namebrands like Sharp and JVC now have very inexpensive MiniDV models, so it’s time to move to that format.The picture on the LCD screen and in the viewfinder was all blurry and distorted.Or, I did until I tried to use it at the first high school game this fall.Even when it is zoomed all the way out it is blurry.No problems! The power of the zoom is very good and the quality is average to above average.I exchanged it for another unit which worked for less than 8 hours before it to quit.SOMEONE PLEASE HELP,THESE VIDEOS ARE GOLDEN TO ME.entry-content –><!– .