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Sony Handycam® DSR-PD150 DV Camcorder

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the build quality and image quality are on the whole positive, but some have doubts about the reliability and value for money.

image quality, build quality

portability, value for money, reliability

On average, users rate this product 73/100.

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Great camera but not perfect

 

I was one of the first to buy this camera, and it was revolutionary when it came out. Today there are way better cameras on the market. I have a bad history with Sony. I have bought many of their products and have always suffered dearly whenever I had ...

camera recording quality. Lot of options

reliability, sound hiss on some cameras, and weight distribution

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Best camera in its price range!

 

This is a very good camera without doubt. The image quality is very good in almost every kind of light. In dark rooms(6-18 db) you get a nice warm picture, and in daylight faces are almost always correct. In contrary to VX1000 were you got yellows...

Image quality, progressive scan, DVCAM

Heavy, poor standard mike, backlight problems(Auto)

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PD150

 

I love these wee pro-spec cameras, as usual with sony the quality is first class, it feels very well built, the controls are all solid and smooth (the manual zoom & focus rings are sublime).

3CCD, manual zoom, image quality, low compression DVCAM format, full manual controls

Hissy sound, quirky auto over-rides, really need expensive DVCAM tapes to get best from camera

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