He seems to like the camera, though he noted problems with auto-focusing in low light, and didn't seem to think that the optical stabilization was any better than that found on other cameras (which is a bit of surprise since Sony added something new; the "Active" stabilization.)
Right out of the box, the camera shot wonderful video in automatic mode. Zooming in was smooth, colors were natural looking and the autofocus worked fairly quickly,; though in lower light situations, it sometimes took a little while to get a sharp focus.
The optical image stabilization seemed to be on par with most other cameras in this range. Definitely acceptable. No complaints there.
In well-lit rooms, the images were colorful and well defined. Because the AX2000 can shoot in as little as 1.5 LUX, images were clear and surprisingly vivid even in darker rooms. As the room got darker, more noise became visible but the resulting video was more than satisfactory.