Which of these camcorders would be the best.?

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Which of these camcorders would be the best.?

Postby nelix847 » Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:42 am

Hi im planning on getting a camcorder and its down to 3 but which one would you go for. JVC GZHM445 HD Camcorder Black. £199.99

Features.

HD camcorder.
Black.
40 x optical zoom.
70 x digital zoom.
2.7in LCD touch screen.
1080 high definition recording.
Memory card compatibility: SD, SDHC SDXC.
Digital picture processing.
1.25MP digital stills.
Dolby digital sound.
Features

Auto and manual focus.
Face detection.
Built-in lens cover.
Wind noise reduction.
General information:

Battery level indicator.
Rechargeable Li-ion battery supplied.
Li-Ion.
Accessories included:
Weight 191g.
Size H5.5, W5, D11.05cm.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 4975769390005.

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Panasonic HDC-SD80EB9K HD camcorder black £249.99

HD camcorder.
Black.
34 x optical zoom.
2.7in LCD wide screen.
1080p high definition recording.
Memory card compatibility: SD, SDHC SDXC.
Recording time dependant on memory card size.
MPEG4 file format.
3MP digital stills.
Dolby digital 2.1 sound.
Features

MOS sensor.
Auto focus.
Intelligent scene mode.
Optical image stabilisation.
Face detection.
Built-in lens cover.
Wind noise reduction.
General information:

AV output.
HDMI connection.
Battery level indicator.
Rechargeable Li-ion battery supplied.
Batteries required 1 x Li-Ion (included).
Accessories included: USB cable AV cable.
Weight 192g.
Size H5.9, W4.55, D1110.9cm.
Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 5025232625345.
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Panasonic HC-V100EB-KHD Camcorder £269.99

High Optical Zoom New Zoom Mic Hybrid OIS Wide Angle Lens

HD camcorder.
Black.
42 x optical zoom.
2.7in LCD touch wide screen.
1080p high definition recording.
Memory card compatibility: SD, SDHC SDXC.
Recording time dependant on memory card size.
MPEG4 file format.
2.1MP digital stills.
Features

BSI CMOS sensor.
Intelligent scene mode.
Optical image stabilisation.
Face detection.
Built-in lens cover.
Wind noise reduction.
General information:

AV output.
HDMI connection.
Battery level indicator.
Rechargeable Li-ion battery supplied.
Batteries required 1 x Li-Ion (included).
Accessories included: wrist strap, USB cable AV cable.
Weight 169g.
Size H5.7, W5.1, D10.8cm.
Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 5025232662005.
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Im wanting one what has best zoom and easy to put it on the PC this is also the price range im willing to go up and ive put it to these 3. Im wanting to take good picturesof wiled life like birdsetc. I dont want to go over the top but £249 is the max im willing to pay. Also the £249camcorder is mpeg4 format which i believe is bluray would this be easy to convert into Mp3 for normal?. Thanks for any info.
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Postby Micko70 » Fri Mar 23, 2012 1:16 pm

Without knowing a great deal about Camcorders, i would use the old phrase "You get what you pay for"

Suggesting that the most expensive is the best

My daughter has converted Blu ray to Mp3 before, and i think she used a programme called Winavi

I think they do a free version too

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Postby Paul Turner » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:01 am

Hi,

A friend of mine has the JVC GZHM445 HD camcorder and at its price, it's a great buy! One of the best features of this camcorder is the manual focus option that helps a lot in low light situations. I am not sure about the other Panasonic models that you have listed, but the price difference is enough for me to recommend the JVC over those two models.

Hope this helped :) Cheers!

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