Canon HF LEGRIA M36, SonyHDR-CX305EB, or JVC Everio GZ-HD620?
Frage von crazys21: Juli 2010
Hello! I would like to switch because of the video quality and the picture format on a HD camcorder. After some research I could convince all three cameras, but none of them seems to me extraordinarily better than the others. Now the question: Has one of you one of these cameras, how he would evaluate it, there are alternatives and what do you advise me. To me it all comes down to picture-and sound quality, how they react in low-light setting and how many possibilities there are.
Thanks for the replies Schonmal
Antwort von Büschel:
I do think that the camcorder have certain differences. The Sonyhat as only a useful wide angle (30mm), the others not really (s.39mm Canon, JVC s.43mm).
Since I had SonyCX305 a while, I can only speak for them. The picture quality is quite good, synonymous in bad light. 24MB data rate is synonymous well. The Wide Anglenützlich. The stabilizer keeps neatly what. The handling is rather shitty. Sony's new menu system you can kloppen in the garbage. Not so good: Anglekommt only 30mm filter thread - it vignetting at wide, zoom out is announced, only to disappear because of some advantage ... Display and cabinet pull fingerprints like a magnet, must not be. I was rather poor. Display in the sunshine, not clearly as a mirror finish. External Microphone possible, but only with Sony-shoe accessory.
Alternatives: Are there not really many. The Panasonic SD-707 would be worth mentioning, if you want to spend a little more. Rein of the image quality produces what is probably the best thing you can get for under 1000 ¬.