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For those interested in still pictures, the VL-WD255U comes with the capability to record digital images onto either a MiniDV tape or SmartMedia card (not included). The camcorder comes equipped with four autoexposure modes that help make sure all your camera settings are correct. A 16:9 mode lets you shoot video in the same aspect ratio as feature films. The VL-WD255U comes equipped with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and remote control.
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Shame on Sharp for putting out such trash. Bought this in August of 2001 and now have been out of a camcorder for a year (since 2004). Read morePublished on January 4, 2006 by Amanda Schexnailder
The bad reviews hit all of the problems with this camera right on the head. THIS CAMCORDER IS A PIECE OF JUNK. Eject tape issue, pixelated audio and video... Read morePublished on June 21, 2005 by T. Ruthkoski
I bought at the end of 2001, and I too have been getting these "eject the cassette" messages! Read morePublished on July 3, 2004 by Sarah A. Stauffacher
I bought this in summer of 2001, it worked fine for a year and then it started giving garbled play back, Eject tape and eating tape. Read morePublished on May 31, 2004 by "m_muthukumar"
I bought this camcorder in November of 2001. In the first year I only used it a handful of times and got several "Eject The Cassette" messages. Read morePublished on May 24, 2004 by P. Velgos
This the worst. Eats up tape. I smell class action lawsuit, but its not worth it b/c it was so cheap.Published on March 9, 2004
I get the "eject the cassette" message as well, and Sharp is EXTREMELY unhelpful. I'd say it works without eating tape only about 50% of the time. Pathetic. Read morePublished on February 29, 2004 by family of 8 in mesa, az
Same problem. After two year I brought this (even I didn't use it so often, about 10 hours total in the past two years), got the same "eject the cassette" problem. Read morePublished on February 15, 2004