Canon's Clever Camcorder
The Good: Best design and user experience of the models I've used; no manual required for the basics
The Bad: Display-screen and image quality are grainier than that of competitors
The Bottom Line: Canon has better insight into what makes a good camera than rivals; but if you want better screen quality, shop around
By the time I got my hot little hands on the Canon DC40 I was ready for my adventure through camcorder-land to be over. Without kids running around, I have few must-record events in my life. After all, I can only have so much footage of my husband sleeping or the cats prancing around the living room.
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