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141. Panasonic Yellow Toner Cartridge
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142. Panasonic PVDV401 MiniDV Digital
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143. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC43 4MP Digital
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144. Panasonic AM-1PA/2B C and D Alkaline
145. Panasonic52mm Close-Up Lens
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146. Panasonic PVDV402 MiniDV Multicam
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147. Panasonic KV-S2046C COLOR DUPLEX
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148. Panasonic PV-L659 Camcorder
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149. Panasonic BLK TONER CART ( UG-3313
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150. Panasonic PVL552H VHS-C Camcorder
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151. Panasonic BLK REF ROLLER KIT FOR-KV-S2055W
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152. PANASONIC NV-GS75E Mini DV Digital
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153. Panasonic PVDV51 MiniDV Digital
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154. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC20S 2.1MP
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155. Panasonic KV-SS017 - scanner roller
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156. Panasonic TONER CART FOR KX-P7510
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157. Panasonic PVL353 VHS-C Camcorder
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158. Panasonic PV-DV101 Digital Camcorder
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159. Panasonic DUPLEX FLATBED SCANNER
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160. KC-S2045C DPLEX SCAN41PPM B/W

141. Panasonic Yellow Toner Cartridge For All ( Kx-Clty1 )
by Panasonic

our price: $70.99
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Asin: B000098XIS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8763
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142. Panasonic PVDV401 MiniDV Digital Camcorder with Built-in Digital Still Mode
by Panasonic
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00005A3LV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5262
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Panasonic PV-DV401 is a no-frills camcorder that's ideal for anyone who wants a digital camcorder but doesn't need a lot of extras. While perfectly adequate for general use, the camera didn't overwhelm us with good design and fantastic footage. The PV-DV401 is great for a family, but not the camera of choice for digital-video hobbyists.

Digital camcorders generally do very well in brightly lit environments, and the PV-DV401 was no exception. Low-light shooting wasn't too bad either; the picture was decent without being too grainy--a flaw of many digital camcorders. The lack of manual exposure control left much to be desired; in certain environments the auto exposure struggled between letting in too much light and letting in too little light. For nighttime shooting there is a nifty infrared mode where you shoot visible video in practically no light at all. Video playback was standard fare; however, at this price range it would be nice to include a remote control as a standard accessory. The large 3-inch LCD viewscreen is a big plus; it was very comfortable to look at during both recording and playback.

The overall design of this camcorder seems uninspired. With so many manual functions, digital effects, and settings, Panasonic could have done much better by bringing them out as buttons on the camera rather than tucking them away in hard-to-navigate onscreen menus. The jog wheel at the top of the camera performs many different camera functions, but it began to get tedious to use because of its odd placement and design. We inadvertently pressed the nearby photo button several times while trying to access the jog wheel.

Digital camcorders have been getting progressively better and cheaper the last few years. The PV-DV401 follows that trend, but has nothing to differentiate it from a crowded field. Simply put, it's just an average camera. --Bao Tran

Pros:

  • Large LCD viewscreen
  • Infrared low-light shooting
  • Lightweight and small
Cons:
  • No manual exposure control
  • Awkward design, menu, and buttons
  • No remote
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Features

  • Digital camcorder uses MiniDV tapes
  • 20x optical and 300x digital zoom with digital image stabilization
  • 3.0 inch LCD monitor and color viewfinder
  • Digital camera mode stores stills on SD or MMC cards
  • Arcsoft Editing software package included; magicVU infrared mode allows recording in near total darkness

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Price is Right
I did a lot of research on digital camcorders on sites like cnet.com and consumerreports.org. I was leaning toward the Sony MiniDv's, but decided that the functional and quality differences was minimal, but the price difference was extensive. I having a digital camera, so still picture quality was not important. No camcorder gives high quality photos anyway. The DV401 had the larger LCD, color viewfinder, minidv size, and the magicVu that I was looking for. I recommend this as the right product for the right price!

So far I haven't missed a shot with my two kids and the quality has been everything I need. I'm not making feature films - what level of quality is too much?

4-0 out of 5 stars No XP Driver for USB on PV-DV401
I am a first-time buyer with a new kid.

Pro:
-Can make decent stills from the tape. Easier than getting junior to keep the right facial expression at the moment I shoot.

Con:
-Have to remove battery to power camera from AC. The charger can't charge the battery and run the camera simultaneously.

-No frame-by-frame advance button. At least not that I could find.

-The USB plugin is inside the cavity where the LCD sits when closed. So you have to have the LCD open to use the USB out. It would be better placed with the rest of the jacks on front right....

3-0 out of 5 stars Less than Thrilled with my PV-DV401
I was attracted to this camera when I was told I could insert titles with it. I was very disappointed to learn that it comes with a limited set of predefined titles (Birthday, Christmas, Graduation, etc.) and no way of creating my own as with my old S-VHS camera. I tried to contact customer service through their email address to ask about this and another problem - after a couple days I got an email back telling me to call during business hours. I find the thumb wheel that operates the menu driven options system ackward to use and frequently press the wrong button in the middle of trying to get to an option.
I am not happy with the method of putting date and time into the video - you have to use the menu system, so it is impossible to start a video with a time and date stamp imbedded, then turn the date stamp off after a few seconds of taping without stopping and running through the menus.
I understand that most digital cameras go into a mosaic mode when in fast-forward or reverse. The older analog cameras were better in this respect in that you can better see the images going by in fast-forward or rewind.
The picture quality is super; I like the color LCD screen and veiw finder. I'm happy that it has an external microphone input - that may well come in handy someday.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Digital Video Camera
I've produced several half hour shorts in digital video with this camera and am very pleased with the long lens, image stabilization, digital video format, low light and bright light imaging, built in stereo mics and external mic input, large LCD screen, and color viewfinder!!!

Stills are ok in bright light, but less than 1 megapixel so detail is not there compared to current digital still cameras.

Minor negative - I get an editing artifact in the last frame of the last scene on tape.

A shame it doesn't do 16:9 though...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Video quality - stills are bad
The camera is great as far as looks go. Even the arrangement of buttons is perfect with the zoom, photoshot and menu buttons in easy reach. The 3.0 inch LCD display is a big advantage over the 2.5 inch display found in other comparable camcorder models. I would say the best part of this camera is its excellant video and infrared capabilities. Do not buy it as a still camera though, because even a base level digital camera can produce better still pictures. Overall a good product if all you want is excellant video. ... Read more


143. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC43 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optcial Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $389.99
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Asin: B000095SG4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2602
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Incorporating a Leica 3x optical zoom lens and a 4.0-megapixel resolution, the Panasonic DMC-LC43 offers professional optics in a classically styled camera at an affordable price. The DMC-LC43 also features several automated scene modes, video capture with sound, and ArcSoft image editing software.

Optics and Resolution
The DMC-LC43 captures images up to 2304 x 1728 pixels for 11 x 14 inch photo-quality prints. Other resolution modes include 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, and 640 x 480. The 3x optical zoom is joined by a 3x digital zoom for a 9x total zoom.

All Panasonic Lumix digital cameras are equipped with a lens made by Leica, a world-renowned and well-respected manufacturer of precision optical technologies. The top compact lens in the world-renowned Leica family, the DC Vario-Elmarit lens combines comfortably small size with superb image rendering. Its features include:

  • Seven elements in six groups
  • 3x zoom lens system is equivalent to a 35mm to 105mm lens
  • Three aspherical lenses
  • F2.8-F4.9 brightness
  • Focal distance of 5.8mm to 17.4mm
  • Multi-coating technology minimizes ghosting caused by excessive light
  • Fast shutter speeds
Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the DMC-LC43 can also record 320 x 240 movie clips at 10 frames per second with audio. Your video length is limited only by the size of your memory card.

More Features
The Mega Burst Imaging feature allows you to take consecutive pictures at an incredible quick rate, making it perfect for capturing fast-moving objects in high resolution. You can then view your shots on the camera's LCD screen to choose the shot you want and delete the rest.

The Lumix DMC-LC43 features a Mode Dial that gives you a variety of settings to choose from to help give you the best shot possible based on your shooting environment. Modes include simple, normal picture, macro, portrait, night portrait, motion image, landscape, and playback (which lets you view images in a slideshow format on an SD memory card).

The Venus Engine LSI generates the luminance signal of the primary color CCD using all three colors (red, green, blue) for improved diagonal image resolution, compared to conventional CCDs that use only one color (green) to do so, resulting in rich, expressive images. This LSI also handles image processing, LCD functions, and writing to the memory card concurrently, for an overall quick camera response.

Other features include:

  • 1.5-inch LCD screen and optical viewfinder
  • Built-in flash with auto, red-eye reduction, slow synchro, and forced on/off modes
  • ISO sensitivity: Auto, 50, 100, 200, and 400
  • White balance modes: Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Halogen, and White Set
Storage and Transfer
Images can be stored on the included 16 MB Secure Digital memory card; the DMC-LC43 is also compatible with MultiMedia (MMC) cards. Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via ultrafast USB 2.0, which means it can be connected to any USB-compatible Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software. When used with USB 1.1 connection, transfer will slow to USB 1.1 rate.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by 2 AA batteries (alkalines include, rechargeable NiMH batteries recommended). It measures 3.8 by 2.6 by 1.3 inches and weighs 7.6 ounces (excluding batteries).

What's In The Box
This package includes the Lumix DMC-LC43 digital camera, 16 MB Secure Digital card, 2 AA batteries, USB and A/V cables, and strap. The photo editing software included with all Panasonic Lumix cameras lets you turn your home computer into a virtual photo studio. The DMC-LC43 includes the following software:

  • ArcSoft PhotoBase: Transfer images from an SD Memory Card to a PC and display them in a list
  • ArcSoft PhotoImpression: Adjust colors and process images to create calendars, cards, etc.
  • ArcSoft Panorama Maker: Merge separate photos to create a single image
  • ArcSoft PhotoPrinter Pro: Select numerous photos to print together as one group
  • SD Viewer for DSC: Makes it easy to check image data on an SD Memory Card. Use it to create slide shows and save them on an SD Memory Card (for Windows only).
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Features

  • 4.0 Effective Megapixels
  • Leica DC Vario-Elmarit Lens
  • 3x variable digital zoom
  • Motion Image Recording with Audio
  • 1.5" Diagonal Polycrystalline TFT Color LCD

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stopped working after four months
The camera is easy to use and takes beautiful pictures, but after four months it just stopped working. There was power, but the lense would not open. The Panasonic Service Center was anything but helpful and wanted to charge 75% of what I paid for the camera to fix it. I am now shopping for another digital and I shall not be looking at a Panasonic.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good pictures, small form factor
Just to try this thing out when I got it, I took a picture of some print across the room (20ft away) that I can't read with my eyes. I could read it in the blowup of the image. If I can see things in the photo that I can't see with my eyes, the resolution is 110% fine for snapshots. The color balance and exposure isn't perfect, but it's close enough that you can fix it with Photoshop without too much work (autolevels does the job usualy).
Battery life with the included rechargeable AAs is sufficient for my needs. You'll need a better memory card, though, as the included 16mb job only holds ~13 pictures. It is good that it uses SD, which is a standard, rather than the proprietary MemoryStick that most of the Sony cameras use, so you can find a 256mb card for under $60 if you look around.

4-0 out of 5 stars crisp clear photos, easy to use
I was hesitant to buy a digital camera because I am know very little about film camera and nothing about digital. The amazon reviews for this camera were an enormous help in comparing with other brands. Ordered this camera from amazon reseller for &260 plus $5 handling. The reseller shipped in 2 days and I had the camera in 5 standard shpping days. It was advertized excellent condition, used. It arrived in pristine condition, not a mark on it with all in original unopened packaging. Used the quick quide to take some photos and learned how to review pics on the lcd in about 1 hour. The manual is sparse on instructon and does tell you everything you need to know if you follow step by step in using the features and in downloading the pics to your pc via usb cable (supplied with camera). The photos are clear and crisp with excellent colors and detail. I was delighted at how easy it is to take motion film with audio. Camera is compatible with my pc programs: lexmark printer/software; photoshop and paintshop pro software; generic microsoft photo software. I have 20 photos with 4 10sec. motion clips on the 16mb card that came with the camera. Will order a 128mb card for a trip upstate which will store lots more photos. The AA batteries drained after shooting pics for 1 afternoon and then downloading photos to the pc that night. Am buying the dc adapter for downloading. Will be using the supplied rechargeable batteries for the trip (with couple AA batts just in case) For the money, am very happy the camera performance and ease of use. Read the prior reviews, they are on target. Camera light enough to put in your pocket, but subtantial enough in design to feel good in your hand when taking photos. Would give 5 stars if panasonic had supplied the dc adapter (I would not mind paying the cost if it came with the camera, am annoyed at having to take time to buy it extra. It does not make sense to waste battery life in downloads to the pc).

1-0 out of 5 stars Do NOT BUY
I purchased this camera 6 months ago and took less than 200 pictures on it. The shutter broke (of course in the middle of an event that I really wanted pictures). Sent the camera back to Panasonic and it cost over $100 to repair.

Customer service said, "we can't guarantee every product we make is going to work, we'll split the cost of the repair for you."

Ironically, I was going to buy the panasonic rear projection LCD TV, but after this experience reconfirmed that SONY is the only way to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very easy to use....
Good things: I previously got an Olympus....and this one was great...great price, great quality photos....and most important: easy to use. I mean I popped it out of the box and in a half hour had loaded all the software on my computer, took pictures, sent them by email and set up a slide show on my tv (the easy av thing is cool...sort of like a slide show back in the day in your folks' livingroom...). I also liked the battery life.

Bad things: no case (who cares???), and like all the dig. cameras they give you a lousy 16 mb card.. ... Read more


144. Panasonic AM-1PA/2B C and D Alkaline Batteries
by Panasonic

our price: $5.99
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Asin: B0002LY35A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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Features

  • Blister packaging

145. Panasonic52mm Close-Up Lens
by Panasonic

Asin: B00007FV39
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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146. Panasonic PVDV402 MiniDV Multicam Digital Camcorder w/ 3.5" LCD, IR Remote & 8MB SD Memory Card
by Panasonic
list price: $849.99
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Asin: B00005YTX1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5196
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Combining 1.3-megapixel stills--albeit interpolated--with a 10x optical zoom, the PV-DV402 wraps some great features in its plastic and metal body. Images are stored on SD cards, and an 8 MB card is included, which can be downloaded to your computer via USB. For those that like to shoot in low-light conditions, the camcorder also features a built-in color-recording mode for those types of situations. According to Panasonic, the mode will help reduce the graininess often associated with low-light shooting.

A zoom mic, built-in light, and remote control are included with the PV-DV402, along with an MPEG-4 movie system, which lets you capture compressed video clips for e-mailing to friends and family. Additionally, Panasonic includes a software suite from ArcSoft for organizing and printing still images. The camcorder also features an external mic input, composite video out, S-video out, and, of course, IEEE 1394. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 10x optical, 700x digital, zoom with image stabilization
  • 3.5 inch color LCD with black and white EVF
  • 1280 x 960 (interpolated) digital still resolution--records onto both tape and SD card--8 MB card included
  • Includes built-in light, zoom mic, remote control, and external mic input

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camcorder with abundant features.
I have been using this camcorder little over than 1 year. This has great features especially optical and digital zoom. Never used EIS, MagicVu features but I am sure I will someday. Easy accessibility to the DV cassette (to remove and replace). Ergonomic features like zoom, record buttons. Blank search is really helpful. Memory card that comes with the cam is useless and also the pictures are not that good. Have to buy i.Link interface cable to transfer videos to Pc as its taking too long with USB cable. Battety life is less but you have to buy a spare one. Overall this camcorder is a good one and worth to buy than a Sony which has less features for the same price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Why buy a siny
I got a good deal on this minidv. I got it from CompUSA for $199 it was a demo and their last model. I compared it to sony trv 19,22, jvc, canon zr series and optura 10. I like the way that the panasonic feels. It feels like consideration of was put into this camcorder as to how it would fit in the hand. The videos look absolutly great, colors are vibrant. The ZOOM MIC works really well and helps the sound too. It has MAGICVU whiich it their version of nightvision. It works wonderful. You can see at night. It is equal if not better than sony's nightvison. Only one problem. The MAGICVU button is on the side of the lense. I thought it was in a akward place.
There are a few accessories that are avaliable for it like, 2x telephoto lense $45, batteries from 75min 9.5 hours. I picked up a 75 min battery for $32 at walmart. The 9.5 hour battery is $95 at walmart and other online stores, additional lighting is avaliable and expensive from $69-$229. Since mine didn't have a charger, I picked that up at best buy for $49.99. The camcorder is awsome. I recommend it to everyone

5-0 out of 5 stars Very New
Batteries,accessories and disks still hard to find. Product works well. Disk and card option neat for quick computer interface. Simple controls, PHd not rquired. Pricey but seems to have the bells to be worth it. Small DVD's a plus. Fast recording speed. No negatives.

3-0 out of 5 stars Upload to PC not quite what we hoped for
One of the reasons we bought this high-end model is that it promised the ability to upload movies as MPEG 4 into a coimputer and wde would be able to burn home movies on CDs and send them to relatives...

Alas, you can only upload 3 minutes of movie at a time!!! There are a myriad of other restrictions on this as well, which makes this less than we had hoiped fror. In retrospect, the 202 camera would have done the job

4-0 out of 5 stars Great feature set, sensibly priced, with a few caveats
I have used this model for a little over three months now, and find it a superb little gadget for home use. Within it's price bracket, it probably has the most balanced feature set of any of the competitors.

Build quality is acceptable, but certainly not up to rough usage. (On mine, the glued on microphone cover plate is starting to loosen due to exposure to damp). The swivel LCD is of sturdier construction than most.

Ergonomics are well thought out, with most buttons easily reachable and sufficiently sized for most hand sizes. The wheel control does require some dexterity to operate successfully - but this is not used during recording, so will not interfere with your results. The controls you need during "action" are conveniently located, and conducive to good results. Some familiarization with the zoom control is useful to make best use of the variable speed feature. The camera is lightweight and small enough to fit in your palm, but is not of the ultra-compact variety that becomes a pain to operate. Personally I find this to be an almost ideal size for a cam-corder for practical purposes. But I guess that depends on personal preference - and exactly who you wish to impress.

Video picture quality is excellent under ALL lighting conditions. And I do mean ALL lighting conditions. The zero luminance feature does work well, and will provide monochrome video even on the darkest most starless night - although the edges will not be as well lit as the centre of the picture. Daylight and lit room recording is superior to most other camcorders in this proce range, due to the better than average resolution of the CCD (see the specs page).

The included light attachment works well for frontal illumination and is sufficiently strong for most indoor use situations - it will even work well out of doors for distances up to 10-15 yards.

Despite the claims about interpolation, picture quality for still photography is not good enough, and compares favourably only to sub-megapixel dedicated stills cameras. (Which means, it's pretty unacceptable for most audiences). The pictures are grainy under all lighting conditions and zoom levels. If you wish to take acceptable still pictures, get a dedicated camera, or get the Sony DCRPC101, which seems to do a somewhat better job.

The 10X optical zoom is good but competitors offer better zoom levels, and this is vital if you expect acceptable picture quality at high zoom levels. Of course, the better than average CCD does make up for it to a certain extent, and you will find that picture quality is (for video) is good up to around 50X digital zoom. (Which is similar to models with better optical zoom capability and poorer CCDs). Beyond that level, the picture becomes very grainy, although it can still be useful for zany antics like reading fine print in phone books at 20 paces. Just don't expect it to look good on your TV screen when viewing such recordings.
The image stabilizer works reasonably well up to as much 200X zoom. Even more, if you don't have really shaky hands.
Sound quality is acceptable for making great home videos, but if you want to capture fine nuances of musical performances, don't even dream of trying to do it without a professional external mic. The built in mic produces an only slightly "tinny" sound, and with shielding can be surprisingly immune to wind noise. I have not found mechanical noise from the camera to interfere much with the recording - except under very demanding conditions.

The USB interface works well enough for transferring still pictures, but for transferring video to your PC you will want to make use of the firewire (IEEE1394) connection. The included transfer and editing software is rudimentary at best. You would be well advised to invest in some additional gear of your choice in this respect. (And believe me - the results can be very worthwhile, if you are prepared to spend some quality creative time with your software. Note: a capable PC or Mac is essential) I have used this on a wide variety of different PCs with different specifications. I have had few compatibility problems... although it failed entirely to work with one particular IEEE1394 card. This may happen, but such cards are low end quality - just get different one. I have not seen it failing with any notebook computers.

The 8Mb Memory card is sufficient and nice to have - you will need it for capturing the odd still. Anyone who is into capturing thousands of stills should not be using this camera anyway.

Battery lasts about 40 minutes with average use. Only about 25 minutes if you are using the light attachment. A second battery may make a good investment.

You may definitely wish to supplement and leverage your investment with some optional attachment lenses - to make up for the somewhat sub-par native optical zoom facility.

In summary:

The camera has a few drawbacks as noted, but if you can live with those, you will have an excellent set of features, you will find that it can probably do most of the things you want to do home video-wise, and it will do those things at a quality that will frequently amaze your friends who opted for different brands! ... Read more


147. Panasonic KV-S2046C COLOR DUPLEX SCANNER ( KV-S2046C )
by Panasonic

our price: $2,870.99
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Asin: B00009XFW2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 28985
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148. Panasonic PV-L659 Camcorder
by Panasonic
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00000K3QN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8144
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Features

  • VHS-C format
  • 26x optical zoom
  • 150x digital zoom
  • 4-inch LCD screen
  • Digital electronic image stabilization

149. Panasonic BLK TONER CART ( UG-3313 )
by Panasonic Office Automation

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Asin: B00069IQME
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
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150. Panasonic PVL552H VHS-C Camcorder with 4.0" LCD
by Panasonic
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00008GK6S
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5872
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Amazon.com Product Description

The versatile PVL552 VHS-C Camcorder has features that you wouldn't expect VHS camcorders to have. The PVL552 comes equipped with a 26:1 optical zoom. This powerful feature acts like a telescope to produce extraordinary close-up shots, superior in clarity to those provided by digital zoom. You can also choose between four zoom speeds, so you can go from a wide angle to full telephoto zoom in 2 to 16 seconds. It also has a 780x digital zoom which significantly increases the range of video capture when complemented with the optical zoom.

Saving battery power is essential for shooting, so during recording and playback, the PVL552 camcorder features a color viewfinder that can be used instead of the LCD.

To compensate for unintentional hand and camcorder movement when recording, the dual Digital Electronic Image Stabilization (D-EIS) feature aids in reducing those jitters. You can also use it in playback mode to help reduce jitter in previously recorded video. Playback can be done through a VCR or quick review can be accomplished using the 4 inch LCD screen.

Other features include color digital filter, digital fade, motion sensor, date and time, one-touch auto fade, and programmed recording. ... Read more

Features

  • VHS-C camcorder with digital effects
  • 26x optical zoom lens, 780x digital zoom
  • 4-inch LCD
  • Dual digital electronic image stabilization
  • Color digital fade, motion sensor, date and time

151. Panasonic BLK REF ROLLER KIT FOR-KV-S2055W ( KV-SS050 )
by Panasonic Office Automation

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Asin: B00006HZWY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
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152. PANASONIC NV-GS75E Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Asin: B0009NEUP4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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Features

  • Compact 3CCD 1.7 Megapixel Still Picture Recording
  • 10x Optical Zoom
  • SD Card Slot
  • 0 Lux Color Night View with Light Panel
  • Image-processing circuitry helps deliver maximum performance from the CCD camera system

153. Panasonic PVDV51 MiniDV Digital Camcorder
by Panasonic
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00005LCDL
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3464
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

For a manufacturer of today's increasingly tiny digital camcorders, thebiggest design challenge is to pack the immense number of features now availableon even the lowest-priced models into a compact product while keeping thefeatures easy to find and easy to use. With the entry-level PV-DV51, Panasonicsucceeds at this task beyond all reasonable expectations.

Compared to the quality of the footage, ergonomics and features may sound likesecondary considerations when discussing a camcorder. But quite frankly,virtually any digital camcorder will capture images superior to those of analogformats like VHS-C and Hi8. The PV-DV51 is no exception. Not only does thisinexpensive Panasonic produce better images than many other entry-level DVmodels I've tried, but the untutored naked eye would be hard-pressed to tell thedifference between footage shot with this camcorder and models three times theprice, which means the vacation videophile will be well satisfied.

The PV-DV51 hides its abilities inside a rather traditional and unclutteredexterior. The DV51 isn't cute or fancy; it looks like most other camcorders, ifa bit smaller and a bit lighter. But the DV51 makes up for its lack of stylingwith ergonomic excellence. Frequently used buttons such as theVCR/power/camcorder thumb switch, the zoom toggle, fade, menu, manual controland electronic image stabilization buttons, as well as the playback transportcontrols (play, rewind, fast forward, pause) are all logically and convenientlyarrayed. The on-screen menu list is only six choices deep, and all the varyingsuboptions are outlined in the instruction booklet, which makes locating eventhe most obscure feature or option relatively easy.

Power handling also is excellent. The small lithium-ion battery takes only anhour to charge for about an hour's worth of shooting (90 minutes if you use theblack-and-white viewfinder rather than the LCD), about average for DV models.The camcorder also is equipped with a FireWire jack for connection to a PC, anA/V mini-jack (cable included), and an S-video output (cable not included) forconnection to a TV or VCR. Like most of Panasonic's digital camcorders, the DV51offers an 18x optical/300x digital zoom lens.

So why is this model so inexpensive? On the technical side, the PV-DV51 offersjust 640 x 480 pixel resolution when shooting digital stills. More expensivemodels offer more than a million pixels of resolution in still mode. Inaddition, stills are stored directly onto the tape, while other camcorder modelshave the option to store these images on a dedicated memory card. The other costsavings come from the small 2.5-inch LCD screen and monochrome viewfinder;shooting for lengthy periods makes you realize why you might want to spend morefor a unit with a 3- or 3.5-inch screen.

Despite these minor limitations, the PV-DV51 is an excellent choice for theweekend video warrior seeking a simple, easy-to-use, feature-packed, low-costcamcorder that produces great pictures. --Stewart Wolpin ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 18x optical, 440x digital, zoom with digital image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch color LCD monitor
  • Records still images onto tape
  • Uses the included lithium-ion battery

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value in a DV cam
There are a lot of pluses and a few minuses for the DV51. The biggest plus is you're getting all the video quality of a much more expensive camera like the DV601. The 680,000 pixel CCD is a big part of that. Most low-end digital cams (including those from Sony) don't have anywhere near this kind of resolution. If you currently have a VHS or 8mm camcorder, you're in for a big step up in image quality.

The DV51 is reasonably easy to record with. If you want to do much more than defeat the EIS, enable manual focus, or enable the backlight compensation however, you'll have to go into the menus. The "jog dial" makes menu selection reasonably easy but for some reason, you sometimes turn the dial to choose which selection you want and sometimes you're forced to press it multiple times depending on the menu. The same jog dial is also the manual focus adjustment and it's a bit awkward for that purpose.

The EIS works well. It takes it a second or so to kill any undesired camera shake after you stop panning or zooming but that's typical of most digital EIS systems. You can also use it after the fact on playback which is a bonus as EIS usually shortens battery life (and can cause side effects you might not want in your final video). If you want to export your videos via the digital 1394 link to your computer, however, you best use it when recording.

The battery life with the included battery is less than an hour with the LCD monitor in use and close to 1.5 hours if you use the viewfinder instead. Most will likely want to get a spare (and possibly larger) battery but this is typical of most camcorders.

The zoom is quiet (you can barely hear it on the recorded video) and has multiple speeds but it takes a light touch to keep it at the slow speed. The digital zoom works well up to about 30x or 40x but beyond that, you lose a lot of quality (just like with any other digital zoom).

There are "program" settings for sport, portrait, low light and bright (i.e. snow) scenes. There's also a "gain up" setting that, when used, allows the DV51 to shoot decent video in relatively low light. Like most camcorders, however, the video noise is much more noticable under such conditions.

My biggest complaint is this camera lacks a microphone input. If you've done much camcorder work, you probably know that capturing quality audio is often difficult. The lack of a microphone jack makes it impossible to use anything but the built in stereo microphone. While this isn't a big deal for taping your baby crawling around the house, it would be a big deal if you want to pull off a professional sounding interview or record your son's band performance.

The built in microphone of any camera can't help but pick up some camera noises, any noise made by whoever's doing the recording and the noise of the camera being handled. Plus, if your subject is more than 5 feet away, you'll get a lot of echo indoors. The microphone in the DV51 is decent as far as built-in mics go, but your videos will still scream "amateur" from the poor audio.

The camera is a little light on accessories as might be expected for this price. You don't get an 1394 digital cable. You also don't get a blank miniDV tape.

I didn't buy the DV51 to use as a digital still camera. It's not well suited to this as you have to record the images to tape and transfering them to your PC is an involved process. If you want this feature, spend a little more money and at least get the PV-DV101 which has a serial connection or the PV-DV201 which steps up to faster USB. That way you can directly download the images to your PC.

In summary, Panasonic chose to throw out features instead of video quality for their least expensive DV camera. For my needs, it's mostly a good compromise. I just wish they could have spent the extra dollar or so and included a microphone jack.

Relatively speaking, DV cameras are likely to continue to rapidly improve. I would expect that two years from now a $500 camera will have a megapixel rating, 32mb or more of still picture memory plus added bells and whistles. In the meantime, the DV51 is a good choice if you're on a tight budget or just want something to get you buy until DV cams are more mature.

4-0 out of 5 stars good enough
I like it mainly due to its built-in digital camera which I have 2 in 1 without carrying camcorder and digital camera at the same but you can not switch from taking video to taking picture at the same time. With this PhotoShot built-in digital still camera you can record up to 1000 images on one 80-minute tape in LP mode. It is worth.

1-0 out of 5 stars my camera was fun for a while till it broke
Ok, just as the other guy said this camera breaks where the plastic hooks with the hand strap. He was right. Same thing with me. Even with a refund at Best Buy to fix it they said it was "abused". I dont think so. I take care of my cameras.

1-0 out of 5 stars poor product
I purchased eight of these cameras last July 02 and they have been a huge disappointment. I have many of the precursors to this model, the pvdv-101. There are two issues with the Pvdv-51. Out of eight cameras, three of them had case breaks in the exact same spot, just where the hand strap connects to the rear section of the camera. I am a teacher and use these in a high school setting. With the first camera break, I blamed student negligence. However with the third that happened (in my hand!) it's clear to me that there is an engineering fault. I suspect the grade of plastic used isn't strong enough but that's only speculation.

The second major problem has to do with the video heads. From the first week of use, these cameras have been plagued with head clogs. I use only Sony Premium tapes (do not mix brands). Again, I have other Panasonic cameras that I use and they do not have these problems. The dry erase tapes will work for most clogs though sometimes the tape has to be run through many many times to clear the problem. Some clogs have not been fixable and are waiting to go out to have their heads "professionally" cleaned.

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Finally, Panasonic's customer relations has been poor with this issue. I have had no success on the phone or in print resolving my problem and will be switching to another similarly priced camera when replacing these models. I've been testing a Canon ZR-60 and am pleased with it's performance. This camera also has an external mic input which the Pan does not.

Over the years, I've invested more than 100 grand in equipment in Panasonic and this is my first major disappointment.

1-0 out of 5 stars Think again before you buy this!!
I bought Panasonic PVDV51D camcorder about 5 months ago and it is already giving several problems. The picture gets split into several small rectangular squares and it is very difficult to watch it. I called the panasonic service center and they said it would cost me 149$ (plus 12$ shipping and handling)flat rate service charge no matter what the problem is! ( about half the price of a new camcorder). I would strongly recommend not buying it or buying extended warranty since the warranty that comes with the new product is deceptive i.e. though it covers parts for a year, they would charge you too much in the form of LABOR charges. ... Read more


154. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC20S 2.1MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 3x Optical Zoom, Silver
by Panasonic
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B000069V22
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5444
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Featuring world-renowned Leica DC lenses, Panasonic's DMC-LC20S digital camera packs high-quality optics. Pictures are sure to come out sharp and brilliant thanks to the 2-megapixel CCD sensor, capable of resolutions of up to 1,600 by 1,200 pixels and prints up to 8 by 10 inches. There are two lower-quality settings that you can use to save memory and store more pictures on the included 8 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card.

The LC20S has an optical zoom of 3x and a 2x digital zoom, making the overall zoom capable of magnifying an image up to six times. The camera has several automatic and manual controls for focus, exposure, white balance, and flash. It also has a feature that enables you to take consecutive pictures at a fast rate (either 3 or 5 frames per second), ideal for those hard-to-capture moving objects and similar to regular full-motion video. Use the large 1.5-inch LCD monitor to keep track of all these settings and manage your photos.

Since the camera has full USB connectivity, you can easily transfer your photos to a PC or Mac. Photo-editing software is also included for more creative uses of your photos. Also included in the package are an AC adapter, battery pack, video and USB cable, and strap. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.0 megapixel sensor creates 1600 x 1200images for prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) zoom with Leica DC Vario-Elmarit autofocus lens
  • Included 8 MB Secure Digital (SD) card holds approximately 14 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses lithium-ion battery (included)

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price
Pros: The features that I like are the Leica lens and the fact that it's cheaper than similar quality cameras. The macro capability is very nice - it's great for close-ups (like for ebay photos) and the 3x zoom is pretty sweet.
I read other reviews that the DMC-LC20S images come out dark, but you can adjust the "white balance" and the ISO sensitivity in the menu to compensate (you only need to adjust for indoor lighting).

Cons: As with all digital cameras, the LCD eats the batteries. And I suspect the zoom lens eats batteries too (it comes with a battery recharger, or you can plug it into the wall -- DC cord is not included).
The camera comes with 8mb of memory that you can upgrade (8 is not enough).
You have to wait a moment between photos (there is a "burst mode" for taking quick successive shots - I haven't mastered it yet).
It's compact, though not as tiny as the Canons.
No manual focus.

I checked out some other cameras, but in this price range the lenses I saw didn't offer a decent macro capability. And most digital cams with a good lens are twice as much (like Nikons).

All in all a good digital camera. No major complaints yet.

5-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC20S
I've had my LC-20 for 2 weeks now, and love it! The movie feature works well and fits my needs as an educator. It's coming in really handy in my classroom with reports, behavior problems, etc. I have to keep a portfolio of my year, and this camera is making it happen.

The 8 MB card that comes with the camera will not hold enough for much use; 2 movies and 2 or 3 photos at 1024. I've been filling up a 64MB card, so it's best to go 128 MB or higher. Your could easily spend more on huge memory than on a digital camera itself.

I am replacing an RCA camera that has been replaced twice under warranty and am awaiting a third replacement. It's picture quality was fine, but the quality of the body and battery cover was lousy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good camera for beginners
i got this camera last christmas, and it's great, you may say that 2.0 mega pixels, is too low in quality, but you will be stunned, the pictures comes out clean and clear. when put on digital mode you can get high quality pictures. i'm having fun in the airport taking pictures and sending them in to airliners and myaviation.net. if you are an amatuer photographer this camera is the perfect starter camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars spend your money on a good camera
I bought this camera less than a year ago. I had it die on me once and i had it exchanged for a different one, after getting the run around from panasonic. A few days ago the camera has just died on me again. There is a 1 year waranty right, no that just covers the cost of parts, labor is on you, which is a $90 flat rate, plus $12 to ship. If you are thinking about buying this camera, you are best off looking else where.

4-0 out of 5 stars A pack leader
I've had this camera now for about 6 months and it's been exactly what I was looking for. It is slightly larger then the much more common Canon Elf line, but had the distinct advantage (at least over early models) of not making your friends look like ghosts when the flash is used (I found images taken with the elf nearly always overexposed - but I've never actually owned one).

The pictures taken with the lumix can be very sharp. I say can be, because I've ended up with more then a handful (out of hundreds) of images which have ended up fairly blurry. Usually these are when I've zoomed out to the full 3x (that's optical zoom - digital zoom is fake, and this camera sensibly lets you disable it). I may have a slightly shaky hand, or a tendency to snap the shutter button hard when I take the picture - I don't think it's very forgiving. If you have a lot of trouble with taking a steady shot you probably will not be happy with this camera. Generally though, my images are sharp and very true to life. I am not sure how much of the quality of the images is attributed to the leica lens, but the light and shadows in my images give pictures from the lumix a depth that is often missing from digital images.

As with nearly all digital cameras, your best pictures will be in bright (but not direct) natural light. And, as with most 2MP digital cameras you won't see the pixelation in the image that is so common in older digital cameras. The images will be suitable for printing at 5x7 (or maybe even 8x10), and you won't have to spend a fortune. It seems like the jump to 3MP costs quite a bit more for an only incremental increase in quality. Again, as with most digital cameras, the lumix really drains the batteries quickly. It uses 2 AA batteries and comes with 2 rechargeables and a charger. I get about 2 hours of "shooting time" with a full charge.

A really sweet feature on this camera is the last photo review. Digital cameras generally have a picture taking mode and a review mode, where you can view and delete your images. The lumix has this, but also allows you to review your last picture. You can see the image, zoom around on the details of it, and if it's bad, you can delete it. It automatically ends the review mode after a few seconds of inactivity. I am totally lost when using a camera without this feature now.

In the 2MP range this camera is definitely a pack leader.

Pros:
Capable of very sharp pictures
Sensible user interface, easy to nagviate
Last photo review is awesome

Cons:
Drains batteries
Somewhat hard to hold focus when zoomed in ... Read more


155. Panasonic KV-SS017 - scanner roller kit ( KV-S017 )

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Asin: B0006TIA3E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
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156. Panasonic TONER CART FOR KX-P7510 ( KX-PEP7 )
by Panasonic Office Automation

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Asin: B00006HU3S
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Sales Rank: 54272
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157. Panasonic PVL353 VHS-C Camcorder with 2.5" LCD
by Panasonic
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00008GK6P
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3602
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The versatile PVL353 VHS-C Camcorder has features that you wouldn't expect VHS camcorders to have. The PVL353 comes equipped with a 20:1 optical zoom. This powerful feature acts like a telescope to produce extraordinary close-up shots, superior in clarity to those provided by digital zoom. You can also choose between four zoom speeds, so you can go from a wide angle to full telephoto zoom in 2 to 16 seconds. It also has a 700x digital zoom, which significantly increases the range of video capture when complemented with the optical zoom.

The dual Digital Electronic Image Stabilization (D-EIS) compensates for unintentional hand and camcorder movement when recording. You can also use it in playback mode to help reduce jitter in previously recorded video. Playback can be done through a VCR or quick review can be accomplished using the 2.5 inch LCD screen. Other features included are; color digital fade, motion sensor, date and time, one-touch auto fade, and programmed recording. ... Read more

Features

  • VHS-C camcorder with digital effects
  • 20x optical zoom lens, 700x digital zoom
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • Dual digital electronic image stabilization
  • Color digital fade, motion sensor, date and time

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst camcorder I have ever bought.
I bought this camcorder less than a year ago and once again it is not working. This is the second time that something has broken on it. It is not worth the money, buy a Sony.

5-0 out of 5 stars so cool
ok, this is one of the cheapest camcorders ive seen and it is great. i got it yesterday and i already know how to work it, its so easy and im 12 if you want an awesome, very good camcorder at a good price get this!

5-0 out of 5 stars This Camera is great
I recently purchased this camcorder. I was not that familiar with how to use a camcorder. I spent time learning how to use this camcorder by going over the manual page by page. I had no problems with the picture,viewing, recording or setting the features to my specification. I get a good picture on the the LCD, VSH-C and the viewfinder. I have found it to be a great camcorder with multiple features that I had not seen on other models in the price range($230+).

If anyone is thinking about purchasing a camcorder, I highly recommend the Panasonic PVL353 or higher model. You will enjoy this camcorder.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS CAMERA!
I received the camera for christmas from my family this year and I haven't been able to use it once. The picture quality is horrible, it's grainy and the colors are dull - when I zoom in on things the colors become more gray and the picture gets extremely grainy. I sent it in to get repaired and it came back with broken buttons and the picture is still horrible. Apparently the people at the factory repair place couldn't find anything wrong with it. If that is the way it is supposed to work than it is a piece of junk! This camera has just been a nightmare. The same camera from panasonic a year ago the PV-L452 is a great camera. My brother got it for christmas. The quality is amazing and the colors are really bold. If you want to buy a panasonic camera go with the older model its 10,000 times better!!!!! ... Read more


158. Panasonic PV-DV101 Digital Camcorder
by Panasonic
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00005A3LT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 6023
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's PV-DV101 is a great place to start if you want todip your toes into the digital video river. The camcorder includes a20x optical zoom lens with digital image stabilization. The stabilizerworks for both playback and recording, so if you decide to save yourbatteries when you're recording, you have the option of applyingstabilization to your footage at a later date.

To help you shoot good footage, the PV-DV101 features a five-modeprogram AE. Simply put, the program AE sets the white balance, shutterspeed, and other camera functions for a variety of possible shootingconditions. So, if you set it to sports, all the settings will beadjusted to shoot action footage correctly. In addition to the shootingmodes, there are a number of digital effects, including sepia andmonotone, which can add a little spice to your movies. There's also adigital still mode that record onto the MiniDV tape. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 20x optical, 440x digital, zoom with digital image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch color LCD monitor
  • Records still images onto tape
  • Uses the included lithium-ion battery

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Better Alternatives Are Available
Like most purchasers of camcorders, I had my first child last August. Thus, I decided to buy a camcorder to take hours of video that I will never watch again. On the other hand, if I didn't buy a camcorder, I would be a horrible parent, right?
Anyways, I did a fair amount of research online and in print (Consumers Reports). I finally decided to purchase the Panasonic PVDV201, based on the recommendations of several electronics salespeople. However, I spent quite a bit of time testing this camcorder. The PVDV101 is not a worthy alternative as a camcorder for several reasons.

First, the PV-DV101 is a MiniDV format digital camcorder. The Digital8 camcorders (generally sold by Sony) are a little cheaper for the tapes. On the other hand, the camcorders are a bit larger and a fair bit heavier. If you have old 8mm tapes you want to replay on a camcorder, Digital8 is probably the format for you. This was my first camcorder, so I went with the MiniDV format because of the weight difference, and also because the picture quality seemed a bit better.

One caveat about all of the PV-DV models: The digital zoom requires you to press a separate button, which is a bit awkward. That being said, it is rare (in my experience) that you will need zoom power in excess of 18X, which the 101 provides. The digital zoom is a bit of a marketing ploy. (By the way, the PVDV201 provides 20X optical zoom, a bit better)

If you have previously fallen for the Sony marketing blitz, and think that only Sony can make good consumer electronics, just shop the prices, and you will see Sony is...more for comparable features.

The picture quality on this model is not as good as others, like the PVDV201. I found this camcorder to okay in quality, but for slightly more money, the PVDV201 is a much better alternative.

A few additional concerns: (1) the digital still photos are okay for e-mails, nothing more; and (2) the picture quality is not as good as other similarly priced models.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very dissatisfied with video quality
I used to have a SONY Hi-8 (TRV 87). I think that produced far crisper images than this, supposedly "digital" PV-DV 101 from Panasonic. The picture quality here is unexpectedly grainy. Low light recording is awful, even with their low light setting turned on. Once the 20X optical zoom is at its max, digital zoom doesn't kick in automatically. You actually have to hit a digital zoom button to get it on. This can cause an awful interruption in your recording. Also, this camcorder doesn't come with an electric adapter (it is optional and you have to buy it separately). Thumbs down on my behalf. [The still photo shot was impressive, though!]

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but could be better!
This is good video camera however it desperately needs more features. This is the perfect camera for a person who doesn't like special features. Despite the flaws, it is a great machine for the price! ... Read more


159. Panasonic DUPLEX FLATBED SCANNER 60PPM ( KV-S7065C )
by Panasonic

our price: $6,101.99
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Asin: B00022KJA2
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160. KC-S2045C DPLEX SCAN41PPM B/W
by Panasonic

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