I'm not familiar with your camera or even the DW-100 burner but if your camera is capable of HD recording then I'd think you'd want a DVD recorder capable of burning HD to DVD(if such a model exists for your camera).
Generally to retain the HD on DVD you must purchase a DVD recorder by the same brand as your camera and specifically meant to integrate with your model camcorder. If your camera is not HD and all you want to do is record 480i via composite or S-video then any standalone DVD recorder would suffice.
If this is the case I might suggest the tunerless Panasonic EA-18 which records to DL media and makes excellent quality DVDs from it's S-video input, but of course will be SD like all standalone DVDRs(except for the ones specifically meant to integrate with camcorders that record AVCHD to DVD, playable only in compatible BR players).
If you plan on editing your footage much you may want to look into a DVD recorder with a HDD. The Magnavox 2160a is very popular and priced about the same as the Panasonic but does not record to DL media. Panasonic also makes international DVD recorders with a HDD(and record to DL media) but expect to pay ~$400 and they will only be available from grey market dealers such as Worldimport.com or B&H Photo to name a few. Being grey market they will also have a limited warranty, generally only accepted at place of purchase and possibly only 30 days, although these models have proven very reliable and unless you get a DOA they should be good for years of use.
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