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JVC claims that its GZ series are the world's smallest and lightest hard-disk recording camcorders at approximately 0.7lbs.

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Pros

microSD card slot makes adding more memory very easy

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internal hard drive is big, can shoot all day and have room to spare

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battery lasts a long time, can get many hours of recording in without worry

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external light is very useful with closer subjects

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image stabilization handles a little handshake very smoothly

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small and light, easy to carry around

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Cons

shots at a distance become indistinct, gets poor detail of far off subjects

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can't follow fast-moving action, everything gets very blurry

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video files are recorded in proprietary .MOD format

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JVC claims that its GZ series are the world's smallest and lightest hard-disk recording camcorders at approximately 0.7lbs. The Everio GZ-MG360 features a 60GB internal hard-drive which provides up to 70 hours of recording time, or 14 hours in highest-quality mode. In addition, the camera also features a micro-SD card slot. The lens is designed by Konica-Minolta and has a 35x optical zoom, with a 800x digital zoom and image stabilization. The camera features a 1/6" CCD sensor with Gigabrid Engine image processing technology, and USB 2.0 output.

Features
  • 1/6" CCD sensor
  • Gigabrid Engine image processor
  • 60GB internal hard-drive
  • 70 hours of recording time in low-quality mode or 14 hours in high quality mode
  • Micro-SD card slot
  • Konica-Minolta lens with 35x optical zoom
  • Image stabilization
  • USB 2.0 output
  • Weight: 0.71lbs
  • Approx. 2-3/16" x 2-11/16" x 4-11/16" (54mm x 68mm x 119mm)
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