Manual shutter-speed and iris controls.
Lens focuses relatively closely.
Decent battery life.
Face recognition technology.
Low-resolution touch screen.
LCD can be unresponsive.
No YouTube credentials.
By CNET UK on August 31, 2010
Its average photo quality is a shame, but the Panasonic HDC-SD60 still comes highly recommended -- few entry-level camcorders have impressed us so much in terms of both features and video...90
By CNET Australia on July 27, 2010
The HDC-SD60 has a nice manual feature set and good performance, as well as solid video quality for its...75
By Trusted Reviews on July 12, 2010
Panasonic currently has a strong position at the high end of the HD camcorder market, with recent models such as the offering an almost perfect blend of enthusiast features and image quality. But more budget-oriented models like the ...90
By cnet on June 23, 2010
Panasonic's quartet of entry-level HD camcorders--the HDC-HS60, TM60, TM55, and SD60--deliver a nice manual feature set and good performance, as well as solid video quality for their class. As long as you don't pay list price, the SD60 is a...75
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
This camcorder is ideal if portability is important to...75
By Stuff.tv on April 29, 2010
Great movies and surprisingly good still shots at a very attractive price...100
By Expert Reviews on April 22, 2010
Competitive picture quality, a great collection of features and a price that should appeal to the masses...100
By Macworld UK on April 02, 2010
Slim like the JVC Everio GR-HD300, but with a roll barrel top like the Canon Legria HF200, the Panasonic HDC-SD60 feels like it should be the middle sibling of the two or a mid-way evolutionary step – and to a certain extent it is. It manages to...100
By SimplyDV on March 17, 2010
Offering full-HD movies, SDXC card support, a good lens with 25x zoom and other commendable features designed to appeal to first-time users, does the SD60 set the benchmark for 2010? Spring has sprung, the days are getting longer and folks are...-
By Expert Reviews on March 01, 2010
Look closely at Panasonic's impressive new SD60 and you'll discover features you won't find on last year's models. In many respects, the SD60 picks up where the popular SD20 left off. For a start, Panasonic has at last provided a larger...80