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Released in May 2008 the Panasonic SDR-S7 is a inexpensive miniature standard definition camcorder.

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Pros

includes a cable to view videos on your TV right away

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uses a standard SDHC card slot, which is easy to find compatible memory for

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durably constructed to handle a little rough treatment

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easy to use, can just pick it up and start recording without instruction

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easy file transfer through a standard USB port, compatible with everything

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Cons

limited internal storage, need to get a memory card right away

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lens cover is manual, easy to forget about it

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included software isn't very useful

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battery only lasts about an hour

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Released in May 2008 the Panasonic SDR-S7 is a inexpensive miniature standard definition camcorder that comes in both silver and black. It is small enough to fit into a pocket or a bag, but not small enough to fit into a pocket discretely. It includes a neat pre-rec function that starts recording a full three seconds before the recording properly begins, allowing the consumer to capture even more of spontaneous events and not miss out because they were a little slow to hit the button. The Panasonic SDR-S7 comes with MotionSD Studio 1.3E software to help the consumer arrange the scenes in different orders and add video effects. The quality of video that the SDR-S7 produces is not very good, but the small size and somewhat inexpensive price makes up for it.

Features
  • CCD: 1/6", 560K pixels
  • Resolution: 640x480 at 30 fps
  • Screen: 2.7" LCD, 123K pixel
  • Zoom: 10x optical, 700x digital
  • Tape type: SDHC
  • Interface: buttons
  • Battery life: 70 minutes
  • MotionSD STUDIO 1.2E software included
  • Quick Startup
  • Pre-recording function
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