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5.9"
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7.6

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800x
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2.5 inch
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25x
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Focus your photography hobby with this value-packed camera bundle. It includes a Nikon D5300 DSLR camera (which also includes an 18-55mm NIKKOR lens), an Insignia 52mm UV filter (to protect your lens from dust and dirt), an Insignia 58" tripo...

7.6
Aynur rated JVC GR-D250 MiniDV Camcorder (Camcorders ) on October 11 2008
Review: Pretty good camera for the cheap price, easy to use, small and compact, lightweight, adjustable.

Aynur added JVC GR-D250 MiniDV Camcorder (Camcorders ) on October 11 2008

9.4
Ella rated Sony HDR-HC9 MiniDV HD Camcorder (Camcorders ) on October 5 2008
Review: nice, quality videos

Record your memories in HD brilliance. The HDR-HC9 MiniDV HD Handycam® Camcorder delivers high definition quality and versatility with a professional grade Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® T* lens, 10x optical/20x digital zoom, and a 3.2 megapixel ClearV...

7.8
SolariX rated Sony HDR-HC9 MiniDV HD Camcorder (Camcorders ) on July 22 2008
Review: Well, personally I prefer sony because of it's manual controls. Canon's one-joystick-control just takes too much time (not mentioning that I'm a left-hander).

I had both sony hc9 and canon hv20 (that is very similar t...