JVC Everio GZ-MS100
Released May, 2008
The Pros:Excelent value for money. Video quality is a step ahead of similar products. Spacious storage with its 30GB harddrive.
The Cons:YouTube connectivity is largely a gimmick, does not work well. Bundled software only support PC. No HD recording.
The GZ-MS100 was the base model in JVC's Everio line of camcorders, now replaced by the JVC Everio GZ-MS120. The compact MS100 utilizes a 680K-resolution CMOS sensor and a Konica Minolta lens with 35x optical zoom and 800x digital zoom.
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Image stabilization is solely digital, however, so a tripod is required for quality recording using optical zoom. It records standard-definition, MPEG-2 video to an SD or SDHC memory card, and features Windows-only one-touch upload to YouTube. The camcorder also features a 2.7-inch 16:9 LCD display.
- Compact, slim form factor
- Konica Minolta lens
- Record to SD/SDHC memory cards
- 1/6" CCD sensor
- 35x optical zoom; 800x digital zoom
- 680K resolution
- Aperture: 1.8 - 4.0
- Shutter speed: 1/2 - 1/4000
- Focal length: 2.2 mm - 77 mm
- 2.7" LCD viewscreen
- One-touch upload to YouTube
- Digital noise reduction
- Electronic image stabilizer
- 6 included shooting programs
User Reviews (1)
Video quality is a step ahead of similar products
Spacious storage with its 30GB harddrive
Packs more features than other YouTube themed products
Low cost video camera with manual controls
YouTube connectivity is largely a gimmick, does not work well
Bundled software only support PC
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