Sony Handycam DCR-PC109 Video
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Sony Handycam DCR-PC109 Review
The good: Supercompact; bundled Handycam Station; 1-megapixel imager; hybrid LCD great in sunlight.
The bad: No earphone jack; no built-in flash or video light; bottom-loading cassette; viewfinder doesn't tilt.
The bottom line: This pocket MiniDV camcorder excels outdoors, and back home, you'll love the Handycam Station dock.
Sony Handycam DCR-PC109 Specs
Part number: DCR-PC109
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