Usable but not even the best in it's low price range
6 February 2012
Summary: I bought this cause I was bored with my panasonic tm80 and figured that this would be at least as good and hopefully less dull. It's not. Both of these have pitiful little 1.3MP sensors for recording video. Both are dull looking and not very good in low light. The panasonic is much better in low light (even though still pretty bad), has better quality video (not much better, but noticeably better), has a wide angle lens, better controls (including manual controls), a...
Summary: I got this camcorder mainly because it could do time-lapse recording. I have other camcorders, but I haven't used them since I got this camcorder. I like this camcorder because its small (easy to carry around in my pocket), it has great video quality, and it has great sound. The only real problem I have with it is that this camcorder doesn't take great pictures (2 megapixels), but I have a camera that does take great pictures.
Summary: I was looking for a camcorder, that wouldn't have poor quality, but also wouldn't be out of budget. After a month of research, I went with this. The controls are intuitive and well-thought-out and overall it feels comfortable during use. The picture quality doesn't look very good on the mini-display, but once I played the clips on my laptop, the picture quality was good. I used it for a class project making a music video, and the whole class enjoyed the video.
Summary: JVC creates poor quality products. They have dismal customer service, and when it inevitable breaks, their service centers are dreadful. THey will make you pay through the nose for their failure.
Summary: The JVC hd everio camcorder is perfect for any amateur or non-professional user. Because of the ease of use, its easy to become familiar with the camcorder and start taking photos and shooting videos like you've had it for years. The photo and video quality is amazing. The Hd really gives you another perspective on how you view your galleries. One downfall this camcorder has is its low light capability, the picture frame gets really grainy and lags a bit too.
Summary: PROS 1 small light weight 2 good video in outdoor light 3 easy file transfer to PC CONS 1 poor video in low light 2 they call that antishake OTHER THOUGHTS you dont need to install their software just plug the camera in open files folders click on folder AVCHD then click on folder BDMV then on folder STREAM and their are your video files drag and drop then after it completes delete the files in the camera,, its that easy you can create a shortcut so you dont have to go...
Summary: I bought this camera for myself to record those precious family moments. I initially was going to get an SD because I didn't want to pay more than $200. Then a friend highly suggested looking for an HD. I searched and searched and found this one. Boy, was this a good find. PROS: -light weight -great sharpness. I was able to capture a very faint rainbow that appeared on a drizzly morning. -decent focus. I was able to view fine details up to about half a city block away.
Summary: I bought this camcorder for the gift to my mother. I read some review of this camcorder and most of the people said it is good. So I purchased it and use two-day shipping because I cannot wait for using it. When I use it and play the video in my computer, I find there are some black line on the edge of the object. I thought, OK, the price is low and it is not a big issue. My girlfriend bought a Cannon Camcorder at the same price in Best-Buy. It is also a HD camcorder.