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The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 is the most expensive member of the 2009 Everio HD line.

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Pros

30% reduction in power consumption from last generation model

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records in 1080i (and can upconvert to 1080p)

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30% reduction in size from last generation model

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large 120gb of storage

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can also record to capacious, cheap and easy to find microSD and SDHC cards

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Cons

no microphone or headphone jacks

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HDD storage uses more power and is more prone to damage than a solid state flash drive

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expensive

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only comes in onyx black

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 The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 is the most expensive member of the 2009 Everio HD line. All members of the HD line feature a new AVCHD UXP mode that has a bit rate of up to 24Mbps, resulting in images with a sharper quality and reduced noise. The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 has a massive 120GB Hard Disk Drive and slots for a microSD or a SDHC card. It supports Face Detection Technology, which automatically detects faces in the video and adjusts exposure and focus to get the best out of the picture. The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 comes in only one limited color: Onyx Black. The HD Gigabrid Premium video engine has a 30 percent reduction in power from previous Everio models and allows the consumer to create DVD dics for standard definition 2.5-times faster.

Features

 

  • 120GB Hard Disk Drive
  • microSD
  • SDHC
  • Color: Onyx Black
  • AVCHD UXP mode with 24Mbps
  • Ideal for storing to external drive
  • HD Gigabrid Premium video engine
  • Reduced power by 30 percent from previous models
  • Increased disk creation time by 2.5 times from previous models
  • Face Detection Technology
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