Samsung HMX-H200 Camcorder Review
Few extras, and problems in our low light testing, but decent performance at a bargain price.
The Samsung HMX-H200 The Samsung HMX-H200 is an entry-level camcorder that offers 1920 x 1080 Full HD video recording with a price tag of under $400. The camcorder doesn't have a load of controls or features, and it did run into some problems in our low light testing, but it does offer decent performance and good value with its bargain price.
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