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Memorex MCC225 MyVideo HD pocket camcorder

Memorex MCC225 MyVideo HD pocket camcorder
alaScore 76

2 reviews

Sep, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 2 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 50/100. The average review date is Nov 16, 2009. We have compared these reviews to 371291 reviews from other Camcorders. The alaScore™ for this product is 76/100 = Good. Last update: Sep 26, 2018.

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Expert review by : Steven Leckart (wired.com)

Review: Memorex MCC225 MyVideo HD

 

Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Not when that imitation takes horrific video with terrible sound.

Supremely lightweight (3.8 ounces). Bright 2-inch LCD display adequate for on-the-go playback. Mostly reasonable 5-MP stills. HDMI ports aplenty. Standard tripod mount

Retracting the USB requires two hands. Camera turns on unexpectedly in bag due to sensitive power button. Sensor can’t handle quick adjustments from light to dark. Annoying recessed Play/Trash buttons blatant copies of the Flip MinoHD. Zapruder alert:...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Tim Moynihan (macworld.com)

Review: Memorex MCC225 MyVideo HD pocket camcorder

 

The MyVideo is purely a budget buy, but a solid one. Its looks and build quality may not be something you can fall in love with, but it shoots good enough video in bright light to make it a decent value for the $130 price.

The MyVideo offers your average specs for a pocket camcorder: 4GB of internal storage (which translates to 2 hours of 720p footage), a 2-inch-diagonal display, a lithium ion battery you can recharge by plugging the camera into a USB port, and...

Nov, 2009