JVC Introduces the Smallest and Lightest Camcoder, GZ-HD620

December 8, 2009, By Radimir Bobev


Just one week ago JVC introduced the three new Everio models, after showing nothing for about half a year. Today, they revealed the Everio GZ-HD620, and it’s currently the smallest and lightest HDD camcoder in the entire world. The camera weighs only 270g, and uses a 120 GB hard drive. It can record 1080p videos, using a 1/4.1″ 3.32 megapixel CMOS sensor.

The device also supports 30x optical zoom and 200x digital zoom, and an integrated 2.7″ LCD for immediate playback. It also has a built-in YouTube uploader, allowing you to send videos to your account with ease, without having to fiddle with transferring to a computer and re-encoding, etc.

It also has a microSD/SDHC slot, USB and HDMI ports, and various other features you’d expect from a camcoder in its class. Sizing at only 53 x 63 x 115 mm, it’s easily portable and makes the perfect accessory for any holiday or memorable event, allowing you to capture your memories forever. It will start selling in Japan first, starting tomorrow, and will be available in black, silver and red. Further information about other markets is likely to be provided in January, at the CES.

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