Question on Sony HD Camcorder

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  1. sydneysmom

    sydneysmom needing a vacation....soon!

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    I'm so hoping that someone has the Sony Webbie MHS CM1/D Camcorder and can give us some feedback.....We want to get a camcorder for our trip to Disney next year, but I don't want to spend a ton of money. I've read a bunch of reviews that have been positive, but nothing beats a Dis-er's opinion!! thanks to everyone!! :worship::worship::worship: :lovestruc
     
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  3. Kitzka

    Kitzka DIS Veteran

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    We got DD the webbie camcorder for her birthday in august. she uses it quite a bit and i don;t think she has any issues with it.

    lara
     
  4. sydneysmom

    sydneysmom needing a vacation....soon!

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    thanks Lara! Do you like the videos that it makes? are they pretty clear? it looks good online when you see their video, but I've never seen it in real life
     
  5. wmharley

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    is this a flash based one, a tape based or a HD based?

    I personally wouldn't get a Sony, but rather a Canon, especially if its a flash based as I hate the Memory Sticks with Sony.
     
  6. sydneysmom

    sydneysmom needing a vacation....soon!

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    I honestly don't know. I went out to the website and it says it takes a "Memory Stick Pro Duo". we found ones that were cheaper than Sony's brand ( by alot). Is that what you're referring to ?
     
  7. woody5

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    I just purchased the Kodak Zi6 today from Office Depot. It was on sale for $99 which is $60 off of the original price. It is the same price at Amazon as well. This gets good reviews on CNet. Just remember that you do need a memory card.
     

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