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JVC GS-TD1BEK 3.32MP Full HD Black hand-held camcorder

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Hand-held camcorders allow you to record your own video and make photoshots. You can always have such cameras with you to record the important moments of your life and share them with friends or family. You can even make your own movie!
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Included since: 23 Apr 2011
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Long product name JVC GS-TD1BEK 3.32MP Full HD Black hand-held camcorder :
The short editorial description of JVC GS-TD1BEK 3.32MP Full HD Black hand-held camcorder

GS-TD1 Black 3D Digital Camcorder - 3.32 MP, 5x optical zoom (3D), 10x optical zoom (2D), 8.89 cm (3.5 ") LCD TouchScreen, 64GB, SD/SDXC/SDHC, 590g
Short summary description JVC GS-TD1BEK 3.32MP Full HD Black hand-held camcorder:
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JVC GS-TD1BEK, 3.32 MP, 25.4 / 4.1 mm (1 / 4.1"), 10x, 200x, Memory card, SD,SDHC,SDXC
Long summary description JVC GS-TD1BEK 3.32MP Full HD Black hand-held camcorder :

JVC GS-TD1BEK. Total megapixels: 3.32 MP, Optical sensor size: 25.4 / 4.1 mm (1 / 4.1"). Optical zoom: 10x, Digital zoom: 200x. Camcorder media type: Memory card, Compatible memory cards: SD,SDHC,SDXC, Flash memory: 64 GB. Focus adjustment: Auto. Display diagonal: 8.89 cm (3.5"), Display: LCD, Display resolution (numeric): 920000 pixels

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Testseek has collected 27 expert reviews for JVC GS-TD1BEK hand-held camcorder and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Review date: 11 October, 2011. Review by: Martyn Clayden 3D or not 3D - that is the question.And it's one that the JVC Everio GS-TD1 seeks to answer. It's a Full HD (1920x1080) 3D camcorder that uses twin F1.2 Super Bright HD GT lenses, recording to...
Good Stunning 3D movie capture, evn in low light conditions...
Bad No external battery charger.
Bottom line JVC has really set the bar when it comes to consumer level 3D video recording with its dual-HD lens system providing superb 3D imagery, backed up by low-light sensors and decent stereo sound. It might even be enough to persuade you that 3D is here to s...
So far, consumer 3D camcorders have generally hedged their bets by providing the third dimension as an addition to otherwise essentially 2D models. Panasonic’s HDC-T750 came with an attachment, and this is now just an optional extra for the HDC-TM900 a...
Good Dual-frame Full HD 3D, Optical zoom in 3D mode, Decent low-light performance in 3D mode...
Bad Very expensive, Full HD 3D uses proprietary format, Manual lens cover, Recommended by TR...
Bottom line With the Everio GS-TD1, JVC has produced the first consumer-grade camcorder to shoot two frames of Full HD in 3D mode, using a pair of parallel lenses and CMOS sensors. The resulting MP4 format is proprietary, but JVC’s approach also means better low-l...
Until now, Panasonic has been a lonely champion for homemade 3D, offering a range of camcorders compatible with its VW-CLT1 3D accessory lens. We looked at the brand’s HDC-SD900 recently and were suitably impressed, although like all the 3D capable mo...
Good Excellent, border free 3D video, 3D still imaging, autostereoscopic 3.5inch touchscreen monitor, versatile shooting and framing options...
Bad Unconventional balance takes some getting used to, expensive if you don’t intend to make full use of the 3D, Full HD 3D MVC format is a non-starter for prosumer editors...
Bottom line The JVC Everio GS-TD1 redefines what we can expect of a 3D camcorder. This shooter may be a tad cumbersome, but compared to a pro-rig it’s a masterpiece of compact engineering. We loved the unparalleled creative control on offer, and 3D image quality i...
You may have noticed that human beings have two separate eyes, rather than two lenses feeding a single eye. Yet the latter has been the approach taken by previous consumer 3D camcorders, with just a single sensor fed by a dual-lens arrangement. The GS-...
Good Dualframe Full HD 3D; Optical zoom in 3D mode; Decent lowlight performance in 3D mode...
Bad Very expensive; Full HD 3D uses proprietary format; Manual lens cover...
Let’s cut to the chase: JVC’s £1,600 GS-TD1 is the most sophisticated 3D camcorder you can buy. While Panasonic may have pioneered DIY 3D moviemaking with its bolt-on 3D accessory lens, this is the first stereoscopic shooter aimed squarely at the pro-s...
Bottom line Make no mistake; JVC’s GS-TD1 is a highly specialised camcorder. I certainly wouldn’t advocate buying it unless you have a serious interest in 3D photography. However if 3D is an area you want to be creative in, this is by far and away the best non-...
If you'd like to use the TD1's HDMI output to enjoy your video on a 3D TV, you might like to check out some of the televisions we've reviewed recently. The Panasonic TX-P50VT30 launched in April this year and produces almost perfect video in a frame th...
Good Glassesfree 3D display, Line in for a mic, HDMI cable included, 64 GB memory, Automatic parallax configuration...
Bad Digital stabilisation crops frame, No wide angle (42 mm)...
Bottom line The JVC GS-TD1 is great camcorder for 2D and 3D video: it's easy to use, but has a less powerful zoom than the Sony TD10, a narrower lens and no real optical stabilisation. That said, it does manage to cram more detail into the frame than its rival...
The JVC Everio GS-TD1 is the first consumer camcorder to shoot Full HD video in 3D, featuring two separate lenses and sensors to shoot two independent frames simultaneously. It's pricey, but it has a lot to offer. The goodSure, you'll still be able to...
Good Sure, you'll still be able to shoot regular 2D and HD content on the JVC Everio GS-TD1, but JVC has thrown all its weight behind the 3D technology on this compact camcorder. To get the best 3D imagines, JVC has packed in pretty much two of everything – from the 3.32-megapixel CMOS sensors, to the dual lenses.The design of the JVC Everio GS-TD1 means that it's capable of capturing two high-definit...
Bad The JVC Everio GS-TD1 doesn't really have any major flaws. It records regular high-definition footage well, and is even better when it comes to Full HD 3D videos. The only downside is the price, which unfortunately puts the JVC Everio GS-TD1 out of reach of most regular consumers.
Bottom line If you're in the market for 3D camcorder, the JVC Everio GS-TD1 should definitely top the list. Unfortunately, as well as being the best, it's also one of the most expensive, with a price tag well in excess of a thousand pounds. JVC Everio GS-TD1 is ta...
Until now, shooting home video in 3D has seemed an afterthought, achieved via optional lenses with limited functionality. JVC’s new flagship GS-TD1 changes is the most advanced 3D consumer camcorder we’ve seen to date. 3D on the GS-TD1 is not an o...
Good No comprise 3D performance, Astonishing depth and detail, 3D still photography mode, Auto-3D touchscreen monitor...
Bad Ridiculous diddy remote control, Awkward handling balance, 1CMOS 2D performance not as good as 3CMOS rivals...
The wonder attached to 3D has perhaps dissipated somewhat with the appearance of a number of poor movies, overpriced TVs and constant barrage of marketing. Perhaps the timing of JVC’s GS TD1 isn’t exactly perfect in this case, but if the results are li...
Good Impressive 3D quality, well featured...
Bad Annoying proprietary file format...
The wonder attached to 3D has perhaps dissipated somewhat with the appearance of a number of poor movies, overpriced TVs and constant barrage of marketing. Perhaps the timing of JVC’s GS TD1 isn’t exactly perfect in this case, but if the results are li...
Bottom line It goes without saying, but without the correct TV setup the GS-TD1 is largely pointless. The 3D quality is among the best we’ve seen from a consumer camcorder, but the proprietary files means playback is limited to a direct TV connect. A decent camcor...
A couple of issues back, we delved deeply into 3D, and the oft-raised topic of the lack of available 3D material to watch. While the 3D Blu-ray movie scene is gradually improving, the quickest way to convince any 3D sceptic is to give them a 3D stills or...
Bottom line So editing and playback of edited files remain something of a challenge in 3D. Straight recording and playback from camcorder, however, is simple and successful, though we wish JVC would make the screen information more easily removable when playing back...
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