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JVC GR D370 camcorder
Dennis Hissink : January 14th 2006 - 19:30 CET
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JVCJVC GR D370 camcorder : A new camcorder model from JVC MiniDV series made its debut at the CES 2006, offering advancements in performance and handling. The new JVC GR-D370 is distinguished by several new features, including selected models with a 32X optical zoom, 16:9 modes and a built-in tele-conversion lens. JVC’s new GR-D370 MiniDV camcorder is easier to use than ever thanks to a new Auto button, just press the button to switch between manual and automatic operation. And all models feature a new on-screen menu system that sorts menu layers by category, making operation easier. The new JVC D370 mini DV camcorder will be available around February 2006 with an estimated retail price of $330.
JVC GR D370 camcorderJVC D370 - Exposure and Effects
Also offered are already-popular JVC features, such as a data battery that displays time remaining with and without LCD use; live slow, which records in slow motion while retaining real-time audio; JVC’s Auto Illumi-Light for illuminating dark scenes; Power-Linked operation that turns on the power and puts the Samsung GR D370 in standby mode simply by opening the LCD; and the company’s Clear LCD Monitor that delivers a bright, clear image by reducing reflection and glares, even in bright sunlight.

JVD GR-D370 features
- 32x optical /800X digital hyper zoom
- 1/6-inch 680,000 pixel CCD
- 2.5-inch LCD color monitor
- High quality wide (16:9) mode
- SD/MMC card slot
- Auto Illumi-Light and digital still capture
- Super High-Band processor with 520 lines of resolution
- NightAlive (for low-light shooting)
- 90-minute data battery
- Color viewfinder and web-camera function (via IEEE 1394)
- DV input/output and wide (16:9) Mode
- Power-Linked operation and multi-language on-screen (7 Languages)
- Auto button and live Slow
- Approximate retail price: $330
- Available: February 2006

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 and South America. JVC distributes a complete line of video and audio equipment, including high definition displays, camcorders, VCRs, D-VHS recorders, DVD players and recorders, satellite systems, home and portable audio equipment, mobile entertainment products and recording media.





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