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Vivitar DVR390H

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews of Vivitar DVR390H. The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the price and size. The reliability and durability get critical reviews, while the battery and zoom get mixed opinions.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Camcorders the Vivitar DVR390H is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 70/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Vivitar DVR390H

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 user reviews of Vivitar DVR390H from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders on Amazon.co.uk. People really like the price. The size is also mentioned favorably. Many are less positive about the usability.

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80% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

Dec, 2019

Expert review by : Pam Carroll (cnet.com.au)

Vivitar DVR390H

 

It's a bird, it's a plane ... no, it's a 6-in-1 recorder/player.

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Darren Ellis (pcauthority.com.au)

Vivitar DVR390H

 
Nov, 2004

Expert review by (photoreview.com.au)

Vivitar DVR-390H Digital Multimedia Recorder/Player

 

Vivitar's DVR-390H combines a digital still camera, MPEG4 camcorder, TV/Video recorder, digital photo frame, MP3 player and voice recorder. However, the only way to store data on the 20GB hard drive is by capturing it with the device or downloading it...

Vivitar's DVR-390H combines a digital still camera, MPEG4 camcorder, TV/Video recorder, digital photo frame, MP3 player and voice recorder. However, the only way to store data on the 20GB hard drive is by capturing it with the device or downloading it...

Oct, 2004

Consumer review (cnet.com.au)

Vivitar DVR390H

 

I have owned my DVR 390H for nearly 2 years now and must admit that, at first, I thought it was rubbish... that was until I found out that I needed a scart lead with the red/white/yellow plugs to connect the base unit to whatever I wanted to record...

The quality of the films recorded on it are brilliant and the sound good too. Great for taking films/music/photos on holiday with you. Great that you can use it as a camcorder and also as a camera. I consider it great value for the money I paid for...

The colours aren't quite so true on photographs but at 3.1 mps still great to print up to 7 x 5 photos ; It's a pain having to connect the microphone everytime you want to film as it doesn't have a built in one but this can be handy when you are...

Nov, 2007

Consumer review (cnet.com.au)

Vivitar DVR390H

 

got mine for 69.99GBP. It's 2007 and it arrived a bit scratched, looking like ex display stock

Best feature - very cheap! Nice big, bright screen. lots of hard drive space. simple to explore navigation. recorded TV no problem but quality not top notch though acceptable for price of unit. Plays all my MP3s no problem, though best to organise on...

pretty naff camera with staggered digital zoom but works. easy to put battery in the wrong way round. recorder bit is solid and metallic but the connection to camera seems pretty flimsy. The MP4 it produces are big for the visual quality of them. USB...

Apr, 2007

Consumer review (cnet.com.au)

"$399AUD No worries!"

 

Bought one today from Harris Scarfe for $399AUD. An absolute steal at this price....blah to your vertical banding and blah to your battery life. This product at that price has got my vote!!!

Apr, 2005

Consumer review (cnet.com.au)

"get what you pay for"

 

no gripes ,only that a spare battery is horribly expensive

Apr, 2005

Consumer review (cnet.com.au)

"Love it - but add a optical zoom"

 

What a totally cool product - all you need is an optical zoom, and support for standard MPEG 2 (for viewing DVDs that you've copied with your PC using DVD Decrypter.

Oct, 2004

Consumer review (cnet.com.au)

"Wonderful"

 

Got one for £220 on bid tv channel in UK.It is fantastic but camera functions are limited.

Oct, 2004

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