JVC Everio GZ-HD620
Released December, 2009
The Pros:Can record to the onboard hard disk or an external microSDHC card. 30x optical zoom lens. Built in 120GB hard disk for storing footage - can store up to 11 hours at the highest quality, 50 at the lowest.
The Cons:Hard disk storage - heavier, uses more energy and is prone to physical damage compared to solid state flash. High price.
The JVC Everio GZ-HD620 is another tiny camcorder produced by JVC. It records in a full 1080p into its 120GB hard drive despite the fact that it is small enough to weigh only 270g. That size of a hard drive can carry 11 hours of footage of the maximum quality, 24Mbps, and 50 hours at the minimum bit rate of 5Mbps.
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The quality of the video is made pissible by a 1920 x 1080 backside illuminated CMOS sensor. The lens of the camcorder has an excellent 30x optical zoom and the tiny size of the camcorder manages to fit additional storage in the form of a microSDHC card. The JVC Everio GZ-HD620 was released first in Japan and at the time of its release was labeled the world's smallest HDD camcorder.
- Full HD Video
- 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 2 channel Dolby Digital audio
- 120GB hard drive
- 3.32 megapixel CMOS sensor
- 30x optical zoom
- 200x digital zoom
- 2.7 inch LCD display
- microSD/SDHC card slot
- USB port
- HDMI output
User Reviews (4)
can record to the onboard hard disk or an external microSDHC card
built in 120GB hard disk for storing footage - can store up to 11 hours at the highest quality, 50 at the lowest
extremely compact form factor
HDMI output for playback onto a compatible display / HDTV
records in full 1080p high definition
hard disk storage - heavier, uses more energy and is prone to physical damage compared to solid state flash
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