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Hitachi DZ-GX20A DVD Camcorder Review - Hitachi DZ-GX20A DVD Camcorder Review
Tue, August 30 2005 | 12:12PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The company has four DVD-based camcorders in 2005, with the DZ-GX20A the proverbial top-of-the-line; it features 2.12 megapixel still capability as well as rewritable DVD-RAM and write-once DVD-R video recording. Competing Sony DVD camcorders do not use RAM media, as they've opted for -/+ (dash and plus) RW. Even though it has a 10x optical zoom, true 16:9 recording, a built-in flash, electronic image stabilization and a number of manual options, this is not the best camcorder available. It certainly doesn't have the fireworks associated with the new high-definition Sony HDR-HC1, nor the low price of its MiniDV competitors. But worst of all, it simply doesn't take outstanding videos."
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