|JVC GZ-MG130 camcorder|
Dennis Hissink : January 8th 2007 - 02:01 CET
JVC GZ-MG130 camcorder : Reaffirming its leadership in the hard drive camcorder category, JVC announced the new JVC GZ-MG130 camcorder that offers improved picture quality, enhanced convenience features and record to either a built-in 30GB hard drive or removable SD card. For 2007, the Everio line, the world’s first hard drive camcorders, offers advanced imaging technology and a new level of versatility that allows users to master the art of video storytelling. Innovations include a new imaging engine, one-touch DVD burning, one-touch back-up to a PC, in-camera editing features, an Everio dock and support for SDHC, the new high-capacity SD card. The new JVC GZ-MG130 hard drive camcorder will be available in January 2007 for $499.95.|
JVC Everio MG130 - Direct DVD|
JVC’s newly developed Gigabrid engine improves picture quality of the JVC Everio MG130 by integrating various noise reduction technologies to increase the signal-to-noise ratio by about 30 percent (3dB) over previous models. The JVC GZ-MG130 features shooting sensitivity equal or better than previous models. For enhanced convenience, the JVC MG130 offers a range of new features, including: One-touch direct DVD burning, a touch of the Direct DVD button is all that’s need to burn footage from the camcorder to a DVD. Newly recorded data will be transferred to the burner.
JVC Everio GZ-MG130 camcorder - Editing and DVD burning
The new JVC GZ-MG130 also offers a new in-camera editing function, which, when combined with other Everio functions, makes it simple to edit and organize files in the camera. New for 2007 is a Partial Delete function that allows a portion of a video file to be saved as a new file, leaving out the unwanted material. To organize files, the JVC Everio MG130 camcorder continues to offer a Playlist function for arranging the sequencing of clips for playback or burning to DVD. Combined with Event Selection, a carryover feature that allows the user to tag clips with an icon representing an event category, Everio now makes it easier than ever to view, edit and burn recordings to DVD.
JVC GZ-MG130 - LCD and Controller
For users interested in bypassing the fully automatic mode, the JVC Everio GZ-MG130 offers five shooting modes that are easily selected through the use of an LCD panel graphic that depicts the shooting mode dial found on many still cameras. A push of the camcorder’s stick controller to the left of the display brings up the graphic and modes are easily selected by pushing the control stick up or down. The stick controller also provides easy access to other menu settings and playback controls.
JVC GZ-130 camcorder - SDHC compatibility
Also new for 2007 is the Quick Restart mode, which when engaged allows recording to start about one second after re-opening the LCD. The JVC Everio GZ MG130 continues to offer an SD card slot as an alternative to the hard drive for storing video and still recordings. New for 2007 is SDHC compatibility so they can handle the new generation of higher capacity cards. In addition, the JVC GZ-MG130 has USB mass storage compatibility.
JVC Everio GZ-MG130 features:
• Hard Drive: 30GB
• CCD: 1.6-inch 680.ooo pixels
• Optical zoom: 34x
• Light/Flash: Illuminate light
• Docking Station: No
• Max. Digital Still: 640 x 480 pixels
• Shooting time Ultra (DVD Movie): 7 hours
• Shooting time Fine (DVD Cam): 10.5 hours
• Shooting time Norm (TV): 14 hours
• Shooting time Eco (Internet): 37.5 hours
JVC Everio camcorders - Software
For editing and archiving footage, the Everio MG130 camcorder comes with a complete software suite. For Windows PCs, JVC includes CyberLink’s PowerCinema NE for Everio for browsing camera content and enabling Direct DVD/Direct Back-Up functions, PowerProducer 3 NE easy DVD burning, and PowerDirector 5 NE Express for editing. The 2007 Everio line is comprised of four camcorders, each with a built-in 30GB hard drive. Each is compact and exceptionally lightweight, and all offer 16:9 recording and are equipped with a 2.7-inch widescreen LCD for real-time viewing of 16:9 aspect ratio video while shooting, and an SD card slot.
About JVC Company of America
JVC Company of America, headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey, is a division of JVC Americas Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Victor Company of Japan Ltd., and a holding company for JVC companies located in North, Central, and South America. JVC distributes a complete line of video and audio equipment, including high definition displays, camcorders, DVD players and recorders, satellite systems, home and portable audio equipment, mobile entertainment products and recording media.