Excellent set of manual features; dual SDHC slots; generally well-designed interface.
Superior video and stills, Excellent 3.5” touch screen, 32GB built-in memory, Dual SD cards for additional storage, Good optical image stabilization system.
Poorly designed touch-screen menu system; short battery life; defaults to low-quality video mode; doesn't support SDXC; relatively expensive.
Expensive, Eats batteries; definitely grab a spare, Digital noise without enough light (still/video), Not SDXC card compatible.
By cnet on June 07, 2010
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By MicroFilmMaker on March 01, 2010
Being a video motion graphics artist first and a video editor second, it's fair to say that my role in the film world as a "shooter" is somewhat limited. However, there are times when I need to pick up a camera to get a project moving, or sometimes...95
By Digital Trends on February 12, 2010
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