Sony DCR-HC36

alaTest a collecté et analysé 106 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Sony DCR-HC36. La note moyenne du produit est 3.6 sur 5, tandis que les autres Caméscopes ont une note moyenne de 4.0 sur 5. Les testeurs apprécient le zoom. L'ergonomie impressionne, mais les testeurs sont moins positifs sur la fiabilité.

utilisabilité, portabilité, taille, valeur, zoom

batterie , qualité de construction, fiabilité

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres Caméscopes, le Sony DCR-HC36 obtient un alaScore™ de 80/100 = Très Bien.

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Avis d'utilisateur par: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Sony DCR-HC36

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 68 user reviews of Sony DCR-HC36 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Camcorders on Amazon.com. People are impressed by the size and portability. The price and image quality also get good feedback, whereas there are some less positive reviews about the color and durability.

usability, image quality, price, portability, size

battery, reliability, durability, color

74% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

Ce sommaire est basé sur les produits : Sony DCR-HC36 MiniDV Digital Handycam Camcorder with 20x Optical ZoomSony DCR-HC36 MiniDV Digital Handycam Camcorder with 20x Optical Zoom

Dec. 2016

Avis d'expert par: Phil Ryan (cnet.com)

Sony Handycam DCR-HC36 review:

 

main content The differences between Sony's entry-level MiniDV camcorders, the Handycam DCR-HC26 and the DCR-HC36, don't add up to much. The biggest is the HC36's Memory Stick Duo Pro slot for still-image recording. But, since the camera's 1/6-inch CCD...

Very compact size; lightweight; easy to use; low price.

Mediocre video quality; short battery life; no accessory shoe; low-quality stills.

Unless this camcorder's low-resolution, low-quality stills are important to you, you might as well go for Sony's less expensive DCR-HC26.

Juil. 2006

Avis d'expert par: Richard Baguley (pcworld.com)

Handycam DCR-HC36 Minidv Digital Camcorder

 

At $400 (as of 5/2/06), the Sony DCR-HC36 is very affordable. But, unfortunately, it produced some of the lowest-quality video among recently tested MiniDV camcorders. Our test video shot in studio lighting looked acceptable (scoring slightly below...

The Sony HC36 MiniDV Handicam is a budget camcorder that takes adequate video in daylight, but its poor performance in low light will be a problem if you want to take videos indoors--at a party, for instance

Juin 2006

Avis d'expert par: Richard Baguley (pcworld.com)

Sony DCR-HC36 MiniDV Handycam Camcorder Review - PCWorld

 

Light and easy to carry

Awful still-image quality

Juin 2006

Avis d'expert par: Philip Ryan (cnet.com.au)

Sony Handycam DCR-HC36

 

Unless this camcorder's low-resolution, low-quality stills are important to you, you might as well go for Sony's less expensive DCR-HC26.

Very compact size ; Lightweight ; Easy to use ; Low price

Mediocre video quality ; Short battery life ; No accessory shoe ; Low-quality stills

In the end, it's difficult to recommend the Sony Handycam DCR-HC36. If your budget allows, you'll be better served stepping up to a higher-end consumer camcorder. If your budget doesn't allow the step up, you're still probably better off saving some...

Juil. 2006

Avis d'expert par: Easy Camcorder (easycamcorders.com)

Expert Review

 

In a world of rapidly burgeoning technology, the Sony DCR-HC36 ($400 MSRP) opts for the safe route. The HC36 and Sony’s entry-level HC26 share numerous core elements such as a standard 1/6� CCD chip, touch screen menu, limited manual controls, and...

Easy to use, -Small, compact design, -Good automatic features

Poor video quality, -Limited manual controls, -Feels cheap

Fév. 2007

Avis d'expert par: David Kender (camcorderinfo.com)

Sony DCR-HC36 Camcorder Review

 

A mere $50 above the entry-level model, the Sony DCR-HC36 ($400 MSRP) will probably have to do a lot of convincing on the showroom floor in order to justify a purchase. Its only benefits over the HC26 are a remote control and the ability to capture...

Mai 2006

Avis d'expert par: Richard Baguley (macworld.com)

Sony DCR-HC36 MiniDV Handycam

 

The Sony DCR-HC36 MiniDV Handycam is a budget camcorder that takes adequate video in daylight, but its poor performance in low light will be a problem if you want to shoot videos indoors—at a party, for instance.

Low cost; small size; light and easy to carry; easy to use

Comparatively mediocre video quality; awful still-image quality

These problems show up even in good lighting conditions, and are much more exaggerated in low light. In low-light tests, the grain in the images was extremely distracting and much more obvious than the grain in the video produced by the other camcorders

Août 2006

Avis d'expert par: About.com (about.com)

Sony DCR-HC36 Digital Camcorder Review

 

Photo Capabilities The DCR-HC36 has a built-in digital still camera, with the ability to save digital stills to a memory stick rather than the camcorder cassette tape. A dedicated digital still camera usually means decent quality prints, but in the...

Août 2006

Avis d'expert par: David Kender (reviewed.com)

Sony DCR-HC36

 

The Sony DCR-HC36 is fitted with the standard 1/6" CCD, the type you could expect to find on almost any entry-level or near entry-level camcorder. This chip, like most 1/6" chips, has 680K gross pixels and 340K effective pixels

Mai 2006

Avis d'expert par: (toptenreviews.com)

Sony Handycam DCR HC36 DCRHC36 Review