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JVC GZ HM200 Full HD Camcorder 20x Optical Zoom, Laser Touch & 2x4GB SDHC Cards £306.33 Delivered @ QVC
JVC GZ HM200 Full HD Camcorder 20x Optical Zoom, Laser Touch & 2x4GB SDHC Cards £306.33 Delivered @ QVC

JVC GZ HM200 Full HD Camcorder 20x Optical Zoom, Laser Touch & 2x4GB SDHC Cards £306.33 Delivered @ QVC

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JVC GZ HM200 Full HD Camcorder 20x Optical Zoom, Laser Touch & 2x4GB SDHC Cards

next cheapest i can see is like £328.99

JVC GZ HM200 Full HD Camcorder 20x Optical Zoom, Laser Touch & 2x4GB SDHC Cards
Item Number: 562937
QVC Price £371.00
Today's Special Value Price £299.88
Availability In stock
UK P&P £6.45
Available in 3 Easy Pay instalments of £99.96 plus P&P

Record your home movies in high definition and take photos with this compact camcorder. The camcorder records in Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and features a 20x optical zoom allowing you to get right into the action. There's also video image stabilisation, a Konika Minolta HD lens, dual SD memory card slots with a seamless continuous recording feature when swapping from a full SD card to another, as well as 24Mbps high bit rate recording. The device features an HDMI connection and comes with two 4GB SDHC cards, a component cable and a remote control.

dont forget the 5% cashback and the 3 easy pays also a 30 day money back garantee is always handy

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It’s also eligible for £50 cashback from JVC.

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Agharta;7330729

It’s also eligible for £50 cashback from JVC.



thats good so thats £256.33 then cashback as well so its looking a nice deal

garbage456;7330738

only trouble with HD is getting it from you camera to your computer to DVD



No sure how that is a problem as you are recording directly unto a SD card, just remove and insert in your pc use nero or convert x todvd and you are done.

garbage456;7330738

only trouble with HD is getting it from you camera to your computer to DVD


Why would you want to put a HD video format on media that has too limited a capacity to handle it properly?

Nice price - but good point about getting it from cam to PC - I have an SD9 Panasonic and a reasonably specced PC but it struggles with converting/editing the HD files :--(

Agharta;7330792

Why would you want to put a HD video format on media that has too limited … Why would you want to put a HD video format on media that has too limited a capacity to handle it properly?



To play on AVCHD compatible players....such as PS3 :roll:

Pretty much all modern HD camcorders use AVHCD so you are going to have the same issue with all of them; it goes with the terrain.

garbage456;7330921

how else are you going to store it for the future watching?



PhlangePhace;7330933

To play on AVCHD compatible players....such as PS3


I was aware that you can transfer AVHCD footage to DVD for playback on certain Blu-ray players but tend to over look it due to the relatively small amount of footage they hold, although dual layer discs are pretty good.
The other options are of course Blu-ray (expensive) or stream it from a PC.

This is a reasonably good deal.

Costco offered £50 off on this camera a month ago, making it £275.00. With the JVC Cashback it makes the net cost £225.00, but without the 2x4GB SD cards.

Anyone interested in this deal might want to check out costco's current price as with the Costco warranty, even paying slightly more is well worth it.

As for storing HD videos, Hard Drives are cheap. I have a 1TB hard drive which is now full and am in need of another. I store the raw files copied from the camera there. Windows 7 plays the files directly. I also stream my videos from my PC using TVersity (Open Source). My PS3 is able to play the Hi-def videos without any conversion necessary.

Is there a recommended HD camcorder in the £300 to £400 price range? I have been reading reviews on the panasonic HDCs and they look pretty good.
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