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Panasonic Mini DV Camcorder [ 24x Optical Zoom, 2.5" LCD screen ] - £130.61 delivered
Panasonic Mini DV Camcorder [ 24x Optical Zoom, 2.5" LCD screen ] - £130.61 delivered

Panasonic Mini DV Camcorder [ 24x Optical Zoom, 2.5" LCD screen ] - £130.61 delivered

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This Panasonic Mini DV Camcorder with 24x Optical Zoom is now £189.99 at Bargaincrazy.

Use Discount code: D7KB to bring the price down to just £130.61 delivered!

Features: Mini DV Format * 24x Optical Zoom * 800x Digital Zoom * 8.1cms * High,DV out (I-link) * USB Connectivity * Steadyshot * Webcam * 2.5ins LCD screen * One touch navigation/joystick * Supercolour night view * Quick start, only 1.3 seconds * (H)8.1 x (W)6.35 x (D)11.4cms.

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Original Poster Editor

Remember discount wont be shown at checkout but on your statement. Bargaincrazy are VERY reliable at applying discount!


This Offer is valid against orders placed on or before Tuesday 24th … This Offer is valid against orders placed on or before Tuesday 24th April 2007!Promotion codes are processed once your order has been submitted and will show on your statement. Therefore, if there are any discounts tied to the promotion code, the net purchase price will show on your card statement.




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An array of modes:

The range offers an exciting choice of modes, for example, soft skin mode renders complexions with exquisite beauty whilst colour night view makes it possible to capture colours even in the darkest of scenes-a feature of all the new Panasonic models. With this new range encapsulating such a fantastic bundle of features, shooting modes can be tailored to fit your exact requirements. When filming beautiful moments, whether of family, friends or scenery, these new camcorders will ensure footage looks as fresh as the moment it was taken-meaning nothing is lost

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A good price, a few cameras popping up and tempting me!

This one's a bit old though (2005) and I can't find a review, anyone else?

Thanks

You can get a later model for the same price at ebuyer with google checkout

hotukdeals.com/for…879

and I think the later one comes with greater magnification and a remote.

I bought GS35 model last week which is similar to the one on Bargain Crazy...

Edit - sorry GS27 doesn't come with remote....

If you do go for the GS17 I think you may have to buy a usb cable to connect your camera to your computer or buy a firewire cable if you don't have one.

Original Poster Editor

Thanks for the feedback darkovo and gari189

We've got the GS27, very happy with it but as previous poster says, you will need a firewire card and cable if you want to connect it to PC (which we've just done - bought the DV Dazzle Editor as recommended by someone on here).

hi seems a great deal. looking to get one and hook up to pc for use also, anyone recommend a good cheap way of doing this?

thanks

fruityloops

We've got the GS27, very happy with it but as previous poster says, you … We've got the GS27, very happy with it but as previous poster says, you will need a firewire card and cable if you want to connect it to PC (which we've just done - bought the DV Dazzle Editor as recommended by someone on here).



A cheaper option is to buy a firewire card from Ebuyer
ebuyer.com/UK/…455

for £8.18. Comes with short firewire cable and Ulead Video Studio ver 8 on the CD

Alternatively you can buy a special usb cable to link it to the camera but I thought firewire might be more reliable....

dantoe12

hi seems a great deal. looking to get one and hook up to pc for use also, … hi seems a great deal. looking to get one and hook up to pc for use also, anyone recommend a good cheap way of doing this?thanks



From what I can see this camcorder doesn't have firewire, therefore the only way of transferring footage that I can think off would be via a TV card in PC that has the required inputs. I have a AverTV card in my PC that has an s-video port that I have used to connect my old 8mm camcorder.

The other Panasonic model that was mentioned (from ebuyer) does have a firewire port. If you also have that port on your PC, then this is the best way to connect. If your PC does have a firewire port, I think you can add one fairly cheaply.

iLink is another name for Firewire

Sony originally used iLink to get around paying Apple for the use of their Firewire trademark.

As with everything on Bargaincrazy, even the "reduced" price (£189) is cloud cuckoo. £130 is nothing better than fair price for this camera.

if anyone is looking for a decent case for this I can recommend the Lowepro 120
7dayshop.com/cat…409

I have a similar model gs35 and it fits nice and snugly, good quality case and some pockets for tapes, leads, spare batteries......

thanks for the help peeps
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