AP -- More D-V-D camcorders are making their way to store shelves.
Panasonic spokesman Jeff Samuels says "D-V-D quality is better than tape," and he says that's why the D-V-D camcorder is worth the money.
He says Panasonic's D-V-D camcorder is easy to use.
Samuels says you can take the disc straight from the camera to the player and watch what you've shot, without having to hook up extra wires or adapters.
The price has come down from last year, the first year Panasonic sold a D-V-D camcorder.
Samuels says last year it sold for 25-hundred-dollars. This year's model will cost a little less than nine-hundred.