Written on: 21/09/2010
it is really freindly user,good picture quality,and a mind blowing battery life...it is with me from 2003 and till now no trouble. (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2010 by Tinodzw
I've had mine since 2004 and it is still working perfectly. I downloaded and updated driver for use with Vista - no problem. A very easy camera to use and with phenominal battery life. Put simply - I don't have a bad thing to say about it. (read more)
Written on: 03/03/2008 by JerseyF1 (1 review written)
I think my good and bad points sum it up the Sony DCR-TRV265E. I would recommend this camera to all and can't honestly say a bad thing about it. It has been the best Sony product I have bought and the most reliable Sony product I have bought.
Definitely is a excellent camera for use as a first time or as a home camera, would keep the kids happy to with a good spec for 2004. Also is very easy to use reinforcing the fact it is a great home camera.
The battery life is decent. It should provide... (read more)
Written on: 10/02/2007 by dangerdavies
I bought this product April 2004, used it a few times with no problems other than the software they give you with it is rubbish (basically doesn't work with other non Sony products like a laptop for instance). Then in mid 2006 the LCD screen and eyepiece viewer decided to die. The screen is just black records no video whatsoever just audio. Apparently in America they're repairing this for free on US models but I'm in the UK and i don't seem to count. Keep well away from this camcorder and... (read more)
Written on: 31/01/2006 by 4Reall (1 review written)
In a nutshell the Sony DCR-TRV265E camcorder is easy to use and has the relevant features to do just about anything. This unfortunately is all let down by the fact that you cannot then transfer your recording onto DVD or CD via a laptop or PC. If you decide not to install the driver(s) for this camcorder then windows XP won't recognise it. Using Roxio or some other software to transfer your recording to PC/laptop won't be detected either, leaving the camcorder useless after capturing films.... (read more)
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