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JVC Everio GZ-HD300 60GB High-Def Camcorder (Red)

JVC Everio GZ-HD300 60GB High-Def Camcorder (Red)
JVC Everio GZ-HD300 60GB High-Def Camcorder (Red)


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
Category : Camcorders

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JVC Everio GZ-HD300 60GB High-Def Camcorder (Red)


JVC Everio GZ-HD300 60GB High-Def Camcorder (Red)

The JVC Everio GZ-HD300 captures video to a 60 GB hard disk drive — it also features a 1/4.1-inch, 3.05-megapixel CMOS image sensor and full HD recording–full 1920 x 1080 resolution–to maintain native 1920 x 1080 resolution through playback, enabling output of a 1080p 60fps progressive signal to make the most of high-end HD displays. Using the same GENESSA processing technology used in JVC HD televisions, conversion to 1920 x 1080 at 60fps provides seamless natural video, free of motion judder during fast action activities, jaggy lines on angles and moir? patterns on fine details when zooming. 1920 x 1080 HD discs played back via the camera from the optional JVC CU-VD50 Share Station are also converted to 60fps progressive. For sharing, the Everio HD300 makes it easy to watch videos on an iPod or iPhone by exporting videos to the user?s iTunes library with the new One Touch Export function provided by bundled software for Windows. This joins the One Touch Upload function for uploadi

  • 60 GB HDD for up to 25 hours of 1920×1080 Full HD recording
  • 20x optical zoom with Konica Minolta HD lens; Face Detection
  • 1920×1080/60P output
  • Laser-touch operation with sub-trigger and zoom; one-touch upload to YouTube
  • Small, slim design

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  1. 243 of 247 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    hardware great, software awful (but there are alternatives), June 8, 2009
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    Ari Elias Bachrach (Philadelphia PA) –
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  2. 63 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Average Performance But Tiny Enough To Travel Anywhere, May 30, 2009
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    J. Harley (Pennsylvania United States) –
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    Body and Features
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    First off, this camera is tiny, especially considering the fact that it has a 60GB hard drive. The size rivals most SD card-only cameras. I assume it uses the same type of tiny shock-resistant hard drive found in MP3 players. The camera is even pocket-size if wearing loose fitting pants or pants with roomy extra pockets, like cargo shorts. Setup was simple. I inserted the battery, plugged in the power cord, and waited until the charging light stopped flashing. You simply open the LCD to turn on camera. There is no optical viewfinder. The LCD is big and bright, although not quite as clear and sharp as some of the competition. There is a vertical touch-sensitive laser scroll strip on left of LCD and touch-sensitive soft buttons along the bottom. The laser scroll strip is very responsive and becomes quite intuitive after you get accustomed to it. Menu items are logically arranged and easily accessible. The most often used items, such as video and sound preferences, are at top of menu, making them quickly accessible. Scrolling through the menu is accomplished by simply sliding finger up or down laser strip. The laser strip can also be used to zoom the lens in addition to using the switch atop camera. The LCD cavity also houses the power-off button, a mini-HDMI port, component video out connector, a button that enables switching between micro-SD and internal HDD, and additional buttons for playing and exporting video. There is a still picture snapshot button atop camera next to zoom toggle. The tiny form factor fit comfortably in my grip. The adjustable hand strap has a locking clasp that easily snaps open for quick adjustments. It can also be extended and converted for use as a wrist strap for carrying the camera. It also includes a small remote with basic features.

    Performance
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    The camera powers on quickly and is ready to shoot in seconds. There is no noticeable lag waiting for the hard drive to spin up. The hard drive is silent and is never interfered with recordings. The auto-focus performs okay in most circumstances. AF performance varies with distance and lighting. Shooting objects at full zoom and close-up (3 feet or less) seems more challenging for this particular auto-focus compared to other cameras I own. The face detection feature works well at identifying and tracking faces, even in cluttered shots, although it does have a difficult time keeping up with rapidly moving targets. Shooting footage of my kids, moving rapidly about, caused the face detection to lose target several times, although reacquisition was fairly quick. Despite this fact, the hard drive-based camera is able to keep up and maintain a decent level of detail in high-definition with constant hand/camera movement. Video shot in well lit conditions was clear and sharp. The camera exhibited good color balance with crisp true colors, decent saturation, accurate color reproduction, and good white balance. The camera also shoots in 24Mbps UXP (ultra high definition) mode. If shot in bright ideal conditions, the video in this mode is quite stunning, especially for such a tiny camera. Indoor and dimly lit video was not as nice. The video was much softer and noticeably noisier. Colors were also more washed out and adversely affected by indoor lighting. White balance took a nosedive. My white walls took on the orange color cast by the overhead incandescent lighting. And the luminance of the lights caused ghastly glowing effects on the walls as well. To be honest, I was a bit surprised after viewing the very first footage I shot with the camera, which was indoors with medium lighting. Video shot in even lower light (a 32″ television and one lamp) was really bad. The video was so grainy, I had to double-check to make sure I was shooting in high definition. For comparison, I checked older footage from a standard-definition mini-DV camera previously shot in the same location with even less light and footage from a Panasonic SDR-H40 shot in similar light. The mini-DV footage was actually better, however, the Panasonic experienced a lot of the same issues as the JVC. The JVC was actually clearer in some instances and showed fewer video artifacts. So although indoor/dim light is not the greatest, I’d be hard-pressed to call it the worst. The camera does offer manual controls that can be used to improve indoor performance. There is a button right on the LCD that allows switching between manual and fully automatic. I tried it and with a little fiddling, significantly improved my indoor performance. If you’re the fully-auto type, this camera will definitely force you out of that comfort zone if you want decent indoor performance. If that seems too daunting, then you will definitely want to use the built-in light for all but the brightest indoor filming. One area where the camera excelled was sound. Sound was crisp and clear…

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  3. 21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good, especially for the price, April 12, 2009
    By 
    AC

    This camcorder records stunning video especially in well lit settings. The quality of the video rivals the HD you see while watching your favorite Television shows. There are many settings to choose from. Menu navigation is effortless. The laser touch scrolling is also very nice to use. It gives this camcorder iphone like menu navigation functionality. The hard drive and SD Micro card can be mounted by a PS3 for quick and easy play back. Still pictures are not perfect, but very close. There is so much to love about this camcorder. I paid $699 at BestBuy last week. I have been testing it like crazy before the 14 day return policy expires. I will not be returning this product.

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