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Deal of the Day: 50% off JVC Everio GZ-MS110 camcorder

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This Deal of the Day from eBay offers 50% off the JVC Everio GZ-MS110 camcorder. This camera sports a 39x optical zoom, can uploads videos directly to YouTube, and is an all around good buy at full price. These usually sell for $199, and this deal brings it down to $99, saving you a full $100. That's a discount of 50%. Even better? Shipping is free. If you're interested, head on over:

Save 50% on JVC Everio GZ-MS110 camcorder

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JVC announces HD Everio GZ-HM400 video camera

Posted by Mark Rollins Categories: Cameras, HDTV

JVC HD Everio GZ-HM400 video camera

is up to more camera tricks with the new HD Everio GZ-HM400.  This camera has 32GB of internal memory and can record to an SD/SDHC card.  It features a 10.3 megapixel CMOS sensor for nine-megapixel stills and 1080p video.  It also has a One Touch Upload to YouTube and an export function to download stills and videos to an iTunes Library.  It is available now at a price of $999.95, but Amazon has them for $896.44, a 10% savings.

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JVC Introduces the Everio GZ-HM400 camcorder: 1080p, 600fps slow motion

Posted by Mark Rollins Categories: Cameras, Videos

JVC Introduces the Everio GZ-HM400

has recently introduced the GZ-HM400, an HD camcorder only available in Japan.  The price is about $1,157, and it has 10.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, 32GB of built-in storage, a SD/SDHC expansion slot, HDMI output, and a 10x optical zoom.  It is also capable of taking 9 megapixel stills, hold three hours of full HD content, and has a 2.8 inch flip-out LCD. For those of you in the US that was to get a piece of this action, the JVC Everio X GZ-X900 is what you’ll want.

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JVC Everio GZ-MS100 Camcorder

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Internet, Software, USB

JVC GZ-MS100Last year we introduced you to the JVC Everio GZ-HD7 Camcorder, now say hello to JVC’s entry into the Flipvideo category. The GZ-MS100 is their first SD-based standard budget cam with one-button upload to YouTube via included Cyberlink software. It can support MPEGs, 2 channel Dolby Digital and JPEG stills. The horizontal device has a Konica Minolta Lens, a 35X optical zoom, Laser Touch Operation,  and a 680,000K CMOS sensor. Due out in June, the GZ-MS100 carries a MSRP of $349.00.

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CES 2007 Video: JVC Everio GZ-HD7 High Definition Hard Drive Camcorder

We catch up with JVC and get the full scoop (or, as much of a scoop as they would give us) on their upcoming high definition Everio camera. We give you a video preview of the JVC Everio GZ-HD7 in this episode.


CES 2007: JVC High Definition Everio GZ-HD7

JVC HD Everio

JVC has just given out the details on their HD Everio camcorder. Recording at a full 1920 x 1080i resolution, the GZ-HD7 Everio outputs at a full 1:1 pixel ratio to high definition displays, which in turn results in an even higher quality image. The camera also features three 1/5-inch CCDs, USB 2.0, iLink / FireWire / IEEE 1394, and HDMI. Everios are also known for their built-in hard drives, allowing for tapeless recording. This one doesn’t disappoint, as it includes a 60 GB hard drive - not a ton of storage for recording 1080i video, but definitely enough for the average consumer/prosumer. This all comes to you at the price of $1,799.95 USD, and is scheduled for an April 2007 release.

UPDATE: Check out our video look at the JVC Everio GZ-HD7.


JVC Everio Line Goes High Definition

JVC HD Everio

Here at Gear Live, we are totally into JVC’s Everio camcorder line of handhelds. At a recent press event at IFA in Berlin, they provided a sneak peek into the future, showing off a consumer model Everio that records in “Full HD” at 1920x1080 resolution. The camera will record to an internal hard drive like other Everio cameras, and will sport a 3-CCD chip along with the option to record at 50 or 60 Hz for worldwide HD video compatibility. The camera is still unnamed for now, and pricing details have yet to be announced. Expect to see this one drop in Spring 2007.


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