The CX360V captures good, but not great, video for the money.
Video quality, bright light
Like many cameras and camcorders, the CX360V does its best work close up. Here you can see that most of the scene looks pretty sharp, if a bit overprocessed in high-detail areas. (The bee was moving, so it's understandably soft.)
This screen grab highlights a few of the CX360V's weaknesses. As with many cameras and camcorders reds don't render very accurately. Plus, and there are odd quantization artifacts on the street sign and fringing on the edges of highly saturated colors.