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Sony DCR-TRV110

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews of Sony DCR-TRV110. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders for all reviews. People really like the zoom and image quality. The portability and usability also get good feedback. The battery and color get critical views. There are some mixed opinions about the design.

price, usability, portability, image quality, zoom

color, battery

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Camcorders the Sony DCR-TRV110 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: superkrank (epinions.com)

This ain't yo Daddy's camcorder...

 

The Sony DCR-TRV110 is one of Sony's most affordable

Affordable Sony Craftsmanship

lacking some features

Oct, 2000

Consumer review by: babythumps (epinions.com)

Love it

 

In need of a new camcorder because my old Sharp Viewcam was on the fritz, and my daughters dance recital was in a week I had to find something fast. I personally think the images are great, and was lucky enough to get a firewire card and software to...

Digital, features

ergonomics of some functions

Jun, 2000

Consumer review by: E_H_Swan (epinions.com)

go SONY, best the market has to offer!

 

My 8mm just bit the dust about a month ago, so I've been looking around for a good camcorder that plays my old 8mm's but has the quality and the options of digital. It didnt take me long to realize SONY was the best and only way to go. JVC and others...

Everything

still a bit steep in price.

May, 2000

Consumer review by: GaryD (epinions.com)

Did You Know I'm Exactly the Same As-

 

This is why they invented Xerox. To keep the clones coming.

Light weight, easy to use, lots of good features for the price.

None

Apr, 2000

Consumer review by: malc (epinions.com)

great format bad camera

 

I have worked in television for ten years in a technical capacity. I bought this camera to use on a recent one month trip to Iran. It worked perfectly and withstood mild usage and hot temperatures, and it appears reliable. The digital 8 format gives...

Format, price, digital output

Poor color balance and smear rejection

Feb, 2000

Consumer review by: janespaulding (epinions.com)

Easy to use and a great camera too!

 

My husband and I decided that our family needed a video camera a few weeks ago. We were getting ready to go on a vacation\family visit many miles from home and wanted to have lots of pictures and video of the occasion. The problem was, what to buy? ...

Flexible, full featured, easy to use

neck strap fastens in an awkward place.

Feb, 2000

Consumer review by: flindingo (epinions.com)

Why Digital 8 is so Darn Cool!

 

The Sony Digital 8 series is a great breakthrough in the market for the consumer to enter into the digital realm of film making for very cheap. First of all D8 is fully DV compatible but it uses different tapes, (Old Hi8 tapes). It then runs those...

Great product, Cheap, backwards compatible, Analog - Digital conversion

No white Balance

Jan, 2000

Consumer review by: moiratig (epinions.com)

gotta love it

 

i purchased the sony dcr-trv110 for two main reasons:

side monitor screen, good quality, good zoom

any way you look at it, it still costs 3 months' rent

Jan, 2000

Consumer review by: RainbowDoll (epinions.com)

Picture Perfect

 

This sony digital camcorder makes filming fun and easy. The light-weight model allows subjects and the filmer to see what is being recorded. It is easy to hold and filming is easy even for those without a steady hand.

Light weight, easy to use

EXPENSIVE

Jan, 2000

Consumer review by: brunor (epinions.com)

Good but not perfect

 

I bought this camcorder (actually the TRV103, still haven't found what differs from the TRV110) last summer, after the birth of my daughter. I had in mind the typical family use of a camcorder: family events, travel, watching the kids grow up, etc... I...

picture quality, ease of use, bells and whistles

a lot of plastics, short warranty

Jan, 2000
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Product Specifications

Audio

Sound:Stereo

Configuration

3 Chip Technic: No
Image Stabiliser:Electronical Image Stabiliser

Connectivity

Digital Input: No
Firewire IEEE-1394 Interface: No
HDMI: No
HDMI PORT: No
USB: No
USB Interface: No
WiFi Connectivity: No
Wireless Interface: No

Display

Screen Type:N/A

General Features

3D: No
Format:Digital 8
Handheld Position:Horizontal
Product Type:TRAD. CAMCORDER
Resolution:Standard Definition
Type:Camcorder

Image resolution

Digital Still Pictures:N/A
Progressive Scan for Photos: No

Lens/Zoom

Digital Zoom:80 x
Optical Zoom:20 x

Measures

Weight:890 grams
Weight (lb):1.96 lb

Recording

HD Video Format:Not Applicable
Recording Format:4:3

Storage

Built-in Memory: No
Built-in Storage Size:0 GB
External Memory Type: No
Extra Memory Support: No
Max Supported Memory Size:0 MB

Video

HDV Recording:N/A
Recording Format:Digital8