Summary: I bought this camcorder a few years ago and have been using it all the time. The battery life last for a couple hours with me using it to continuously record. The 60 GB is more than I will EVER use! The size is perfect! The picture and record quality is amazing in all light situations!!
Summary: My camcorder has an added BU at the end of the long model number listed on Amazon so I'm not sure if mine is exactly the same, but at the least mine looks the same so it should be similar if not the same. Great overall camcorder. Several people have been impressed with the image quality.
Summary: So I bought this camera at best buy one day, because I thought it was an HD camera. I was very upset when I looked at my photographs. If you buy this for video recording, then you got a decent deal. but I don't do much video. I wanted it for pictures.
Summary: I have used mine for 18 months now, and bought a second one used, and I am very happy with this camcorder. The zoom is unbelievable and the quality of video output is better than I expected. I use Sony Vegas Movie Studio & DVD Architect to edit and create DVD's.
Summary: The first impression of the JVC 60GB Camcorder was the compact size and light weight. The controls were very easy to figure out on day 1. The laser slider and touch controls are nice because the LCD screen won't get smudged. The camera takes pretty good pictures.
Summary: I searched high and low for a good HD camcorder that wouldn't break my bank and I finally found the JVC Everio GZ-MG360 for a decent price. I took it with me on a trip the day after I got it and have just now been able to see the finished product. Here's my eval of it: Pros: -VERY easy to use...
Summary: What can I say? After trolling through pros and cons and tons of reviews, it came down to Panasonic, Sony and JVC. The Panasonic received too many negative reviews on their file format, and the only Sony option was Hard Drive since the flash camcorders used the very expensive and proprietary pro-duo...