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BEWARE: Mis-Information About Recording & Battery Life!,
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This review is from: Veho Muvi Pro Micro DV Camcorder with 4 GB Micro SD (Electronics)
Due to the lousy details provided in the description, you have to rely on other reviews of the product for more details. Don't rely on any of the customer reviews here because none of the claims are true. You CANNOT record while this unit is charging. You CANNOT connect this to your PC and record while charging despite what their official web site says. You WILL NOT get the advertised battery life. The unit only gets 35-55 minutes of recording before dying.
Thanks for wasting my money and time.
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Initial post: Feb 29, 2012 2:39:05 AM PST
Veho World says:
Our apologies that you have experienced problems with your product. From your description it sounds like your product's battery is faulty, as you should be getting at least 90 minutes of recording time. We recommend that you return the product for an exchange. Out apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Veho Tech Team
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 29, 2012 11:52:52 AM PST
Ray Guthrie says:
The main problem I have is the fact that you advertise on your web site that you can record while plugging in via USB or PC. The software you supply simply does not work with your device (Although it works with all my other web cams). In addition, you have fake reviewers trying to convince people otherwise. You're intentionally leaving the official description minuscule and trying to back it up with fake reviews to give the non-existent features credibility. STOP IT. THAT APPROACH IS DISHONEST.
Also, please stop covering up the fact that the manufactured battery does not live up to what you initially put in your marketing material. There are a whole host of real people writing real reviews on your product saying that the battery does not live up to the 3 hours as advertised. Please change your marketing material, and stop covering up for the mistakes manufacturing has made. Batteries are batteries. In manufacturing, either the complete run is good or the complete run is bad in 99% of all cases. If it is indeed true that that I have a "defective" battery then all your units must be "defective".
Also, I found it interesting that your product arrived to me with an address label from the Amazon Returns Department.
A Bamboozled Purchaser.
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