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General video quality

Overall, I was a bit disappointed with the VG10's video quality. It's good, but not a lot better than significantly cheaper camcorders. (frame grab)
Photo by: Lori Grunin/CNET

Low-light video

The low-light video looks pretty good, though this frame grab actually looks better than the video--there's a bit more color noise than you can see here.
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For video, the VG10 renders relatively accurate, natural colors. (frame grabs)
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Video artifacts

Even at its best quality of 24Mbps--usually sufficient to adequately capture scenes like this--extremely busy, detailed scenes are susceptible to compression artifacts. While it's not nearly as noticeable while it's playing, it's still noticeable; plus, it affects editability of the footage. (frame grab)
Photo by: Lori Grunin/CNET

Bokeh, 18-200mm lens

Sony's E-mount lenses generally render nice out-of-focus elements. (frame grab from a slow slide into focus)
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Still photo quality

Though the VG10's photos tend to be highly saturated, they do look significantly better than most camcorder stills. That said, the stills don't seem as good as a cheaper dSLR. (still photo, 18-55mm lens, 1/100 sec, f5.6, AWB, pattern metering)
Photo by: Lori Grunin/CNET


The VG10 does have an excellent noise profile for a camcorder's stills; they look quite good up through ISO 800, and okay through ISO 1600. (still photos)
If you want to see more photo samples, here are the samples from my first outings with the camera.
Photo by: Matthew Fitzgerald/CNET


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