JVC Camcorders

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GC-PX 100B
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JVC GC-PX100

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Slow motion, Microphone input, Still image Function, …

One of the key selling points of the GC-PX100, as evidenced by its DSLR-like design, is its capacity to shoot stills as well as video, but What Digital Camera were disappointed by their quality, …

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2 reviews | 5 opinions

 

Adixxion GC-XA1BEU
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JVC Adixxion GC-XA1

Helmet camera, Outdoor Camcorder; Full HD; Wi-Fi, Splash proof, Slow motion, Still image …

The Adixxion GC-XA1 is pricey, but it justifies itself with its tank-like build that makes it water-, shock-, freeze- and dust-proof, and its myriad of useful features. Picture quality is decent for …

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1 review | 7 opinions

 

GZ-VX815BEU
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JVC GZ-VX815

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Wind noise suppresion, Slow motion, Face recognition, …

While enthusiasts will want to avoid the GZ-VX815 due to its lack of external manual controls, those looking for great quality footage and a portable form factor will find lots to like here, Trusted …

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2 reviews

 

 
Everio GZ-E 15
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JVC Everio GZ-E15

Full HD; GPS function, Image stabilisation, Scene detection, Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, …

The quality of the GZ-E15's footage impressed Trusted Reviews to no end, although they weren't surprised to see this level of excellency from a JVC budget camcorder. It's not a threat

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1 review | 12 opinions

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 11/2012 JVC Everio GZ-E15 JVC's budget camcorders are usually good performers, offering fully-featured devices at the same price as other manufacturers' pocket models. The Everio GZ-E15 is the latest addition to its range. … to review

JVC GZ-HM 440
JVC GZ-HM 440

Full HD; Touchscreen, Cinema / effect filter, Scene detection, Video light, Smile detection, …

“The GZ-HM440E is a well-built Full HD camcorder with good image quality, even in low light.”

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4 reviews

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue 4/2011 Everything begins with HD If you’re an aspiring camera man or woman in 2011, there’s absolutely no way you can avoid filming in high resolution. Standard definition models are now the minority. That’s why so many beginners start with HD. In test: Seven camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were image and sound quality as well as operation, features and measurement lab results.

GSTD1
JVC GS-TD 1

3D Camcorder; Full HD; Smile detection, 3D shooting, Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, …

In and of itself, the GS-TD1 is an excellent camcorder that produces truly impressive 3D footage and is well featured; however, its main problem in MacWorld's eyes is its proprietary file

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11 reviews

 

More information at: HiFi Test, issue 3/2011 3D newcomer JVC delivered a surprise at the beginning of the year by announcing the release of a 3D camcorder for consumers. The first pictures were proof that the Everio GS-TD1 is at the top of its game. The camera doesn’t work using an attachable 3D lens; the JVC essentially uses two camera systems and records both the left and the right image in Full HD resolution.

GZGX1
JVC GZ-GX1

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, Slow motion, Microphone input, Still image Function, …

"The GX1 produces brilliant video ... and the WiFi options are well implemented. However the lack of usable manual control and the clunky menu system mean that more serious camcorder users

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2 reviews | 1 opinion

 

More information at: The Gadget Show, 6/2012 JVC Everio GZ-GX1 Of all the features the Everio GZ-GX1 boasts, the one most likely to catch your eye is its Wi-Fi enabled sensor which allows for remote monitoring from a laptop or tablet. But is it just a gimmick, or is it genuinely useful? … to review

GZ-MS120S
JVC Everio GZ-MS120

YouTube-enabled, Still image Function; Optical zoom: 35x; Digital zoom: 800x

“The best SD device with read-only memory (ROM). In the visual test it scored ‘good’ in artificial light. Delivers overall ‘satisfactory’ videos, but image stabilisation is ‘poor’. No view-finder. …

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5 reviews | 3 opinions

 

JVC Everio GZ-HM330
JVC Everio GZ-HM330

Full HD; Optical zoom: 30x; Digital zoom: 200x

“Likes: very good lowlight quality; fast motion recording in Full HD; option to copy onto an external HDD. Dislikes: wide angle not very wide; no viewfinder.”

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4 reviews | 2 opinions

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue Special Edition Camcorder Advisor 1/2011 Flat out The market is offering future-proof cameras, even for budget conscious beginners. And a few of the more expensive entry-level cams have even managed to catch the eye of ambitious film makers. In test: Ten camcorders were tested. Test criteria were image test, sound test, operation, lab readings and features.

JVC GZ-HM 845
JVC GZ-HM 845

Full HD; Smile detection, Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, Face recognition, Still image Function, …

“Even JVC has now given in to the ubiquitous touchscreen operation trend. Its screen was the biggest in our test, measuring 8.9 centimetres. A couple of other fancy features are the lens’ wide angle

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4 reviews

 

More information at: VIDEOAKTIV, issue 5/2011 A mini model with extras They should not be underestimated: 2011’s middle class camcorders have got a lot up their sleeve. The most noteworthy is the Sony PJ 10 which comes with an integrated projector. But the other six candidates in our test have also got some stuff to strut. In test: Seven camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were image test, sound test, operation, lab readings and features.

 
GZ-HM445
JVC GZ-HM 445

Full HD; Still image Function, Face recognition; Optical zoom: 40x; Digital zoom: 200x

“The HM 445 is different from the HM 440 in one respect: its LED video light, a feature which is not all that important in practice. Besides that the device also comes with touchscreen operation, two …

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3 reviews | 4 opinions

 

Everio GZ-HM1SEU
JVC Everio GZ-HM1

Full HD; Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, Face recognition; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 200x

Macworld were happy that the JVC Everio GZ-HM1 had lots of manual features. The backlit sensor worked well in low light. On the highest-quality setting, video footage was gorgeous and precise. The …

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7 reviews

 

GXPX10
JVC GC-PX10

Full HD; Touchscreen, Microphone input, Scene detection, Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, …

A camcorder first and foremost but a very competent stills camera too, the GC-PX10 is an impressive piece of kit that can cope with both situations admirably well. Trusted Reviews were taken with its …

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1 review

 

JVC Everio GZ-HM960
JVC Everio GZ-HM960

Full HD; Motion detection, Smile detection, Time lapse, Face recognition, Still image Function, …

If you don't plan to use the 3D function of the JVC Everio GZ-HM960, it will be a rather pricy camcorder option. If you will use it though, it is a nice additional option. T3 were also pleased …

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4 reviews | 2 opinions

 

Everio GZ-HM650BEK
JVC Everio GZ-HM650

Full HD; Video light, Motion detection, Smile detection, Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, …

PC Advisor thought that compared to some similarly-featured rivals, JVC's Everio GZ-HM650 offered good value for money. It's light, portable, boasts a bright lens, and they appreciated the …

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3 reviews

 

JVC GZ-HM 655
JVC GZ-HM 655

Full HD; Smile detection, Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, Face recognition, Still image Function, …

“Likes: elegant design; intensive colours. Dislikes: no wide angle; hit-and-miss autofocus.”

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3 reviews

 

More information at: videofilmen, issue 5/2011 Four in one All Aboard Please! The lower HD camcorder price class is hotly contested. Canon, JVC, Panasonic and Sony are trying to win over HD film makers with a range of models. We pit the four most attractive models against each other and tell you all about their different concepts. We also reveal who would be better off spending a little more and getting a device from the middle price range. In test: Four HD camcorders were reviewed. Test criteria were features, recording practice, operation and sound (system), as well as picture and sound quality.

Everio GZ-HM550BEU
JVC Everio GZ-HM550

Face recognition; Optical zoom: 10x; Digital zoom: 200x

The GZ-HM550's picture quality may be excellent and its feature list spectacular, but CNet didn't consider many of its innovations useful enough to justify the extra outlay, with the laser …

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5 reviews

 

Everio GZ-HD500SEU
JVC Everio GZ-HD500

Full HD; Optical zoom: 20x; Digital zoom: 200x

“Likes: largest storage capacity in our test; fast motion recording; area monitoring available. Dislikes: mediocre sharpness, no viewfinder; limited wide angle effect.”

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4 reviews | 3 opinions

 

Everio GZ-EX215
JVC GZ-EX215

Full HD; Wi-Fi, Touchscreen, YouTube-enabled, Face recognition, Video editing function, …

The JVC HD Everio GZ-EX215 can act as a standalone wireless point, so you can connect another device to the network to control the camcorder and to see what it is recording. Other great features

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1 review

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 3/2012 JVC HD Everio GZ-EX215 JVC are known for producing camcorders which are a bit different from the norm. The HD Everio GZ-EX215 is no exception and provides a wider range of Wi-Fi related features. … to review

Picsio GC-FM2
JVC GC-FM2

Pocket Camcorder; Full HD; Time lapse, YouTube-enabled, Waterproof, Face recognition, …

If you are searching for a fun device for quick shooting that makes it easy to share footage quickly when with friends but don't want to fork out for a full-blown, real-deal HD camcorder, the …

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5 reviews | 8 opinions

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

Dapper minis HiFi Test 6/2010 - The hype promised by the manufacturers of these small video machines has yet to arrive in Europe, or at least in Germany. Suffice to say they haven’t made the same kind of impression that they made in the USA. But companies have recognised that the demands of customers this side of the Atlantic, when it comes to quality, are much higher than those of the Americans and have reacted accordingly. Review details: Four mini camcorders were tested. Among the test criteria were video quality (colour quality, display of detail, image stabilisation ...), photo quality (resolution, colour saturation, colour fidelity), sound quality, operation and features.

JVC GS-TD1 MacWorld 5/2012 - The GS-TD1 is the first consumer 3D camcorder to hit the market. Is it all we've been waiting for, or are there still kinks to iron out?

3D Full HD camcorder and a 3D projector reviewed E-MEDIA 4/2011 - Your own selection of stereoscopic films. JVC’s Everio GS-TD1 records in 3D, the DLA-X7BE conjures up 3D films on the big screen. Review details: One camcorder and one projector were reviewed.

JVC Everio GS-TD1 The Gadget Show 6/2011 - In the form of the Everio GS-TD1, JVC have released the first ever camcorder aimed at the consumer market that's capable of shooting 3D Full HD footage. It shoots the frames separately but at the same time using two lenses and sensors, but is the price too high?

Travel companion digital home 2/2008 - Holiday time is just around the corner and you’ll be wanting to hold on to those wonderful memories of summer. The JVC GZ-MG330 is here to make it happen.

JVC GZ-HD3 PC Advisor 5/2008 - JVC looks to impress with this sleek-looking, hard disk based HD camcorder.

JVC Everio GZ-HD300 PC Pro 4/2009 - Trying to replicate the success it had with the Everio GZ-MG330, JVC have released an HD version, the Everio GZ-HD300. Identical outside, the components have been upgraded with 1/4.1 3.05mp CMOS sensor, 20x optical zoom and Full-HD recording at 24Mbits/sec to the 60GB disc.

JVC Everio GZ-X900 TrustedReviews 4/2009 - JVC often is the manufacturer to experiment with new ideas, which then become standard features in the camcorders of the big three. The Everio GZ-X900 palmcorder fits into this mould. High-end specs and a 1/2.33in CMOS sensor with 10.3mp resolution for a start. Review details: Single Test. One palmcorder was reviewed and rated on features, image quality and value.

JVC Everio GZ-MG57 CNET.co.uk 11/2006 - Released in September 2006 with little fanfare, the JVC Everio GZ-MG57 seems to do nothing more than fill a hole in JVC's hard-disk camcorder lineup.

JVC Everio GZ-MC500 CNET.co.uk 7/2005 - We've previously reviewed this camcorder's cheaper sibling, the MC200. The MC500 exceeds it in performance and image clarity by a noticeable margin. This is largely down to the MC500's three CCDs (Charge Coupled Device) -- it uses three entirely separate sensors that respond independently to red, green and blue light.

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