Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Hard-Drive-based Camcorders from JVC

  • JVC was the first company to introduce a consumer-targeted digital camcorder that stored video on a hard drive instead of a miniDV tape, a miniDVD disk or memory card.
  • In the high def arena, JVC will debut the Everio GZ-HD7, JVC's first high-definition, three-CCD, hard-drive based camcorder. This Everio will feature full HD 1920 x 1080i video quality, store footage on a built-in 60 Gbyte hard drive (offering up to five hours of 1920 x 1080i recording and playback, according to JVC), add a 10x optical zoom lens, and include optical image stabilization.
  • Targeted at the high-end, early adopter, the new Everio GZ-HD7 camera will include a manual focus ring, include HDMI, USB 2.0 and Firewire connections, come bundled with HD editing software and will list for just under $1800. The GZ-HD7 camcorder will be available in April of this year.
Source : http://www.pcmag.com

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