Panasonic AG-HVX200 HD P2 Reviews and Comparisons
Digital Journalist (link dead): Shooting with this camera is a wonderful experience. It’s a sturdy, well-thought-out machine that lets you quickly adapt to changing situations. For the manual shooter, everything is in the right place, easy to use, and visible in the viewfinder. The pictures you take will be mind-blowing.
The HD Revolution has reached critical mass. The demand for high-definition video is growing dramatically and the ability to provide HD can provide a significant competitive edge to the independent producer. Of the under $10K high-definition cameras that have been introduced, the HVX-200 is in a class by itself. It is better compared to the $65K cameras that are its genetic heritage. After shooting with this camera for a couple weeks, I don’t want to go back. It’s the first video camera that I’ve used that gives me the kind of image quality that I have cherished in film. It’s also the first video camera that I’ve used that gives me the ergonomics, engineering and construction of the very best still cameras.
TV Technology (link dead) reviews Panasonic AG-HVX200 HD camcorder and concludes that the best thing about the HVX200 is its versatility. You can choose any format that might be required for delivery: resolutions of 1080, 720, or 480, interlaced or progressive, 30 or 24 frames, variable speed and DVCPRO50. It is truly like buying multiple cameras, and it is hard to believe that Panasonic could achieve so much at this modest price.