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OneCall.com has the Panasonic Palmcorder HDC-SD5 SD Card HD Camcorder / DVD Burner Bundle for $750 with free shipping. The USB Host function lets you connect directly to the DVD burner using a USB cable. [Review : BizRate]

  • Full-HD recording at 1920 Lines Resolution, three 1/6", 560K pixel sensors
  • Leica Dicomar HD Lens System, 10x optical zoom, 2.7" LCD screen

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      dbone Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 9:23 am PST 12/29/07

      nice product

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      jwahooo Ben's cred: 158
      Posted 9:28 am PST 12/29/07

      dbone wrote:
      nice product


      What are you some type of burp bacon challenged? Kill yourself TODAY.

      rodeo cowboy.

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      kponenation Ben's cred: 33
      Posted 9:43 am PST 12/29/07

      I have to agree with jwahooo

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      ThBird Ben's cred: 16
      Posted 10:43 am PST 12/29/07

      #2 and #3 please tell me what's wrong with the product. I see very good spec (HD, 3ccd, SD makes the product small, etc.). I don't have it so I don't know about the quality. Why you peabrains don't give any reason to support your ideas.

      I think it's a nice product. The price is abit high, I think. But other HD cams' prices are about $1000.

      I don't like peabrains who are rude.

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      Statler Ben's cred: 36
      Posted 10:57 am PST 12/29/07

      #4, Numbers 2 and 3 are not commenting about the product. Please read between the lines (although it was pretty obvious to me).

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      bbfan1 Ben's cred: 4
      Posted 11:32 am PST 12/29/07

      I just bought one a couple of weeks ago at Circuit City for $648 (you can still find the ad on this site, but the sale is long gone). I haven't been able to test it yet, so I don't have a very critical review to post. My only precaution would be that you need a very fast computer with the latest technology and software if you want to edit HD video. I'm doing a lot of expensive upgrading now.

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      aznxboy86 Ben's cred: 27
      Posted 8:23 pm PST 12/29/07

      Not really a big fan of Panasonic.....i prefer sony....but sony is too expensive....It's just how the marketing industries works...

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      Dockside Ben's cred: 3
      Posted 8:49 pm PST 12/29/07

      Sony is one of the worst Camcorders (HD or SD) unless all you care about is low light filming - then it is maybe the best. Canon is pretty good. Panasonic is very good at color reproduction and is by far the best at image stabilization - nobody even comes close. Too bad the magazine reviewers don't take this into consideration very much - they admit it but don't find it very important. Try to take videos of your kids outdoors holding the Camcorder by hand or filming sports by hand... Nobody will watch the crap out of a Sony or Canon camcorder unless it was on a Tripod, and even then it is pretty bad. What do you want to watch 1 or 5 years from now - jiggly movies on your TV that make you seasick when you watch it?

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