Just announced yesterday were a couple of new camcorders from JVC, part of their reputable Everio line. The GZ-HD5 (available in black and silver) and GZ-HD6 (just in silver) are both HD, recording video at 1920×1080.
Not only that, but they’ve got some yummy Genessa technology (JVC’s ‘Image Intelligence’ control system which improves image processing performance), HDMI connectivity (along with component, i.LINK and mini-USB), and can record on SDHC if you don’t fancy recording onto the internal hard drive.
Speaking of which, the main difference between the two models happens to be the capacity, with the HD5 having 60GB, and the HD6 an extra-large 120GB. We haven’t heard any rumours yet about how much they’ll demand for one of these babies, but as the HD3 which was released back in July was £600, expect slightly more, I’d say.
JVC Everio (via Engadget)
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