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Aiptek Pocket DV 8800 LE

alaTest has collected and analyzed 39 reviews of Aiptek Pocket DV 8800 LE. The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders for all reviews. People are impressed by the size and portability, but there are some critical opinions about the price and image quality.

usability, portability, size

battery, image quality, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Camcorders the Aiptek Pocket DV 8800 LE is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 70/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: Guitar66 (dooyoo.co.uk)

Aiptek Pocket DV 8800 LE

 

The aiptek camera is a relatively good camera. I would recommend it to the beginner photographer or camera man. It has the capability to take pictures, videos, play music, and record audio. It has a flash so you can take pictures in the dark. The...

Ease of use, features, price

not a professional camera option, and needs a memory card

May, 2009

Consumer review by: andyLDN (dooyoo.co.uk)

Panasonic HDC-SD5: Top Brand HD Camcorder at a low price

 

I have owned this camera for just over a month now, and despite having some issues with the memory card to start it now works fine and I am very pleased with it. Firstly if you are a mac user, this camera works great with iMovie, and so I hear Final...

Works with a Mac, SDHC cards are becoming very affordable, great HD Quality

Controls a little fiddly if you have big fingers

Aug, 2008

Consumer review by: 6heads (dooyoo.co.uk)

Sony Handycam HDR-SR7E: A great prosumer HD Camcorder

 

A high end HD camcorder that provides stunning quality HD to a 60gb HDD so it is easy to transfer all the captured videos to a pc. The camcorder is in a glossy black casing covered with all the buttons you might expect on a camcorder, zoom, record,...

Quality, HDD rather than tape, zoom

cost, fiddly touch screen

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: Confirmed purchaser (reevoo.com)

Aiptek DV8800

 

has av in which most cameras don't bother with anymore so its perfect to connect my helmet camera to its also very small and light and takes an sd card for easy transferring to other media

not really used as a proper video camera- more a good cheap way of saving my helmet cam footage

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: Confirmed purchaser (reevoo.com)

Aiptek DV8800

 

Lightweight

Appaling picture & video quality. Flash is near useless.

Dec, 2007

Consumer review by: Allan (reevoo.com)

Aiptek DV8800

 

It is very light,small and therefore easy to carry or store. It is also easy to set up and use via the remote control.

The battery life could be better.

Nov, 2007

Consumer review by: Confirmed purchaser (reevoo.com)

Aiptek DV8800

 

easy to use

short battery life

Nov, 2007

Consumer review by: stephen (reevoo.com)

Aiptek DV8800

 

easy to use

Nov, 2007

Consumer review by: gnipping (dooyoo.co.uk)

Canon XL2: Go PRO for less

 

The Canon XL2 is the pro-sumer miniDV camcorder that is most often spotted on the sets of low budget and independent films. Not because it is a cheap option, but because for a fraction of the cost of a professional rig, you can deliver the same...

Interchageable lens system, 2xXLR inputs built in, adjustable viewfinder position

Not good for low light performance, bulky when compared to consumer units, not HD

May, 2007

Consumer review by: robert_p (dooyoo.co.uk)

JVC GR-DVX9: Smallest video camera

 

OK, the title may not be that snappy, but that is what this camcorder once was! I had intended to buy the replacement model, but the shop had sold out and only had this model in stock. The knowledgable salesman proved that it had the same specification...

Small & ; Light, Good quality video, Firewire link

Cannot record back to camera on Firewire, No lens cap

May, 2002