Good camera nice clear picture.
As described with good quick delivery.
Sony CX240E Full HD Camcorder – Black
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- HDR-CX240E Handycam with a 29.8mm wide-angle ZEISS lens, SteadyShot, and 130 minutes of battery power
- Shoot in low light with an Exmor R CMOS sensor
- Reduced noise with a BIONZ image processor
- Fit more in the shot with a wide-angle ZEISS lens
- Compatible with Micro SD card
I am very pleased with this camcorder. I am very pleased with this camcorder. I am an older person but it was very easy to follow instructions and get started immediately. I like the quality of my movie of the queensferry crossing and the forth road bridge. I simply plugged into my tv to watch. I also downloaded the movie editing software recommended in the instruction booklet. It downloaded to my laptop no problem and i found this easy to pick up too. I am yet to try the time lapse which is the reason i chose this one. I like all the different adapters, these are very useful. You have to buy a sd card separately but you have a variety to choose from.
Bought one feb 12 straight from sony. Picture & colour quality excellent butimage stabilisation disappointing andi am astonished that no separate charger is included. The batterries have to be charged through the camcordervia a cable and an adapter – well, not very wonderful tohave to buy one separately.
Battery life is very good and spare batteries cheap. However, still pictures are poor. Makes a great camcorder, but if you want top quality still pictures, its best to buy a dedicated digital camera.
Sony CX240E Full HD Camcorder – Black : Great for a first time user. This an absolutely lovely camcorder, and great for a first time camcorder user like myself. Previously i’ve only ever had experience of using other peoples, so this is something new for myself. What i will say about this camcorder first of all is it’s very light. But on the plus side, i was wandering around on holiday and could easily hold it without any issues, or my hand getting tired/sore. Even with the hand strap, i did make sure i had a good grip on it. It’s remarkably easy to work, although i did have a couple of issues getting it set up with the time and date, just while trying to work the toggle button on the viewfinder. I think a touch screen would have been easier, as that’s what i’m currently used to, but i’m steadily getting used to it, and gave it a good workout while i was away. The memory card is not where you initially expect to find it, and this confused me no end to begin with. (try reading the instructions?) when you fold out the viewfinder, you can find the memory card slot in here, which wasn’t obvious to a non-instruction manual reader like myself. But once you know where it is, you don’t need to worry. This is brilliant for taking still photos too, although sometimes the stabilization isn’t as great as it is as recording. For someone like myself, who has notoriously shaky hands, especially when i’m nervous, the stabilization on this is perfect, and i’m really pleased with that aspect of it. I did find that a couple of my still photos weren’t entirely perfect, but that may have just been me getting used to it.