JVC Everio GZ-MG335
Released January, 2008
The Pros:Outdoor images are DVD quality at ultra-fine setting, look good. Low light resolution is adequate, some grain but you can still see everything. Included software creates DVDs easily that play in normal DVD players.
The Cons:Menus are a little confusing at times, options tucked under headings you don't expect.
JVC claims that its GZ series are the world's smallest and lightest hard-disk recording camcorders at approximately 0.7lbs. The Everio GZ-MG335 features a lens designed by Konica-Minolta which produces a 35x optical zoom, and a 200x digital zoom, with image stabilization.
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The camera has a 1/6" CCD sensor with Gigabrid Engine image processing technology. Its 30GB internal hard-drive allows for up to 37.5 hours of recording time, and the camera has a micro-SD slots as well. It comes with the "Everio Dock", a docking station with all the necessary connection ports built-in. The camera features USB output, as well as IEEE1394 and i.Link.
- 1/6" CCD
- Gigabrid Engine for image processing
- 30GB internal hard-drive
- Up to 37.5 hours of recoding time
- Micro-SD slot
- Konica-Minolta lens with 35x optical zoom
- Image stabilization
- Everio Dock
- Weight: 0.71lbs
- Dimensions: Approx. 2-3/16" x 2-11/16" x 4-11/16" (54mm x 68mm x 119mm)
User Reviews (1)
outdoor images are DVD quality at ultra-fine setting, look good
low light resolution is adequate, some grain but you can still see everything
included software creates DVDs easily that play in normal DVD players
LCD is clear and sharp, letters really stand out and are easy to read
camera is small enough to fit in a jacket pocket, very convenient
feels sturdy and durable, not much flex or creak in the build
menus are a little confusing at times, options tucked under headings you don't expect
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