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  • Can store up to 5 hours of video in 1920 x 1080 full HD
  • Includes Fujinon 10x visual wizz HD lens
  • Features built-in 60 GB tough hoop drive
  • Offers 1080p 60 support per second outlay around HDMI 1.3
  • A 3CCD imaging complement – incorporating 16:9 on-going indicate CCDs

Product Description
JVC Everio GZ-HD5 3CCD 60GB Hard Disk Drive High Definition Camcorder with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom offers industry-leading design peculiarity in a dramatically marked down size. The GZ-HD5 HD camcorder is 45 percent not as big than JVCs prior top-end HD camcorder, a GZ-HD7, but any scapegoat in picture quality.To yield a most appropriate probable quality, a 60GB GZ-HD5 HD camcorder facilities a Fujinon HD lens, a on-going indicate 3CCD imaging complement as well as JVCs HD Gigabrid engine which delivers 1920 x 1080 full HD recording. In addition, it offers 1080p 60 support per second outlay around HDMI 1.3 with x.v.Color. Collectively these technologies constraint as well as say best picture peculiarity for videos as well as stills by each stage, from a lens upon by to recording.

JVC Everio GZ-HD5 3CCD 60GB Hard Disk Drive High Definition Camcorder with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom



3 Reviews

  1. R. Rivera says:

    I like the size, and fits perfectly on your hand.

    The stabilized zoom doesnt work as well as other cameras.

    When downloading to your computer, MAC or PC, you will need to buy the plugins to be able to import them into your video editing programs. (premiere, iMovie, Final Cut…). It has it’s own proprietary file type. (MOD & TOD) which is supposed to be MPEG 2.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. Territan says:

    My parents have a JVC mini-DV camcorder, purchased several years ago, which works very well for them. Sadly, that camera works better for me than this one. That one does video through i.LINK, this one doesn’t seem to, but judging by a comment below I need to spend more time and TLC with the instruction book. That one uses conventional mini-DV tapes. On this one, the tapeless workflow takes some getting used to. The TOD format will be recognized by QuickTime if you install the provided codec, and then the patch to make it work with QT after v. 7.3 (if you update regularly, you’re on 7.5 and it won’t work.) TOD isn’t recognized by Adobe Premiere Pro directly, but there are expensive codecs out there that will convert it. You could also rename the files from TOD to M2TS (MPEG-2 TimeStamp) and Creative Suite will slurp it right up. I admit, I jumped on what looked like a bargain and thought I got stung. As time goes on, though, it’s slowly growing on me.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. Daniel J. Barber says:

    I am returning this product because of false advertising by JVC. The specifications show that the camera support i.LINK, but this is not the case. You can plug the camera in to your PC using a 4 pin cable, but it doesn’t support the capabilities of i.LINK which include ability to control the camera and get live video feeds using a PC. I wanted to use this camera as a PC camera, but it is not possible. Even if you hook it up to your computer using the other video output connectors, you cannot disable the auto-standby mode.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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