April 28, 2005

Home video review: Panasonic DMR-ES10S

As published on CNET.com:
"Panasonic's new entry-level DVD recorder sets a new low for name-brand recorder pricing: it's available for only $200 (list) and even less online. The Panasonic DMR-ES10 delivers sharp recordings even in its four-hour EP mode, while its compatibility with DVD-RAM discs give you plenty of hard drive-type features, including chasing playback. Unfortunately, its skimpy editing options for non-RAM discs make for tedious navigations once it's time to watch your recordings. If you're all about video quality, the DMR-ES10 merits a close look, but anyone who wants to edit or insert chapter stops would be better served by another deck, such as the feature-packed (and now bargain-priced) Philips DVDR80."
Used with permission from CNET Networks, Inc. Copyright 2005.

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