JVC Everio GZ-HM320 Brief Review


REVIEW SUMMARY

Specifications

  • 1080p HD recording
  • AVCHD format
  • 1/5.8-inch CMOS image sensor
  • 1.37-megapixel still image capture
  • 20x optical zoom
  • Konica Minolta HD lens
  • 8GB internal memory
  • SD/SDHC memory slot
  • Electronic image stabilization
  • Manual, Program, and Automatic exposure modes
  • 2.7-inch color LCD display with Laser Touch operation
  • Super LoLux low light technology
  • Time-Lapse Recording
  • Face Detection
  • Auto-Recording
  • One-Touch upload to YouTube
  • 2-way grip belt
  • Motion Detection Technology
  • Li-ion rechargeable battery
  • Release Date: 2010-02-10
  • Final Grade: 70 3.5 Star Rating: Recommended


JVC Everio GZ-HM320
1080p HD recording; AVCHD format; 1/5.8-inch CMOS image sensor; 1.37-megapixel still image capture; 20x optical zoom; Konica Minolta HD lens; 8GB internal memory; SD/SDHC memory slot; Electronic image stabilization; Manual, Program, and Automatic exposure modes; 2.7-inch color LCD display with Laser Touch operation; Super LoLux low light technology; Time-Lapse Recording; Face Detection; Auto-Recording; One-Touch upload to YouTube; 2-way grip belt; Motion Detection Technology; Li-ion rechargeable battery
By , Last updated on: 2/11/2016

The GZ-HM320 from JVC is a high-definition camcorder packed into a cool little barrel-shaped body. Like similar offerings in the new GZ line, this camcorder pairs dual memory functions (in this case, an 8GB internal drive plus SD/SDHC memory slot) and allows for seamless recording that switches between the two. Paired with a 20x zoom lens, touch-operation LCD, Image Stabilizer, and a few other handy options, it all makes for a mid-range package designed to suit most average users. The only difference between the GZ-HM320 and the slightly cheaper GZ-HM300 is the type of memory: the HM300 offers two card slots instead of a built-in drive plus card slot.

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