3D Full HD Camera (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 3D Full Recording of HD 1920 x 1080
- Advanced Image Stabilizer Works in 2D and 3D
- 5x Optical Zoom (3D) / 10x Optical Zoom (2D) / 200x Digital Zoom (2D)
- 3.5" Glasses Free 3D Touch Panel LCD
- JVC 3D Twin HD GT LENS
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 4.01 x 7.3 inches|
|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||4 ounces|
|Media Format Digital Video||SD|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||3.32 MP|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CMOS|
|Shipping Weight||3.25 pounds|
|Supported Battery Types||BN-VG815 Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery|
|Video Capture Resolution||1920 x 1080|
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Top Customer Reviews
I've been especially impressed with recordings I have done at night. The recorded image is very close to what the eye perceives and there is a lack of grain in the images as compared to my other camcorders and to the Fuji Finepix Real 3D W3 which I have been using for a year to take 3D snaps. The anti-camera shake feature works very well for handheld. Having 3D zoom and all the manual features is terrific. The auto mode of shooting has been great so far and I've just begun getting into the manual features.
The 3D viewing screen is big and bright and the touch sensitivity works well. I don't think the 3D image on the touch screen is as solid as that on the Fuji Finepix Real 3D, but it works as well when viewed straight on. In the 2D mode the viewing screen in very impressive with a very sharp image.
So bottom line I am really happy I bought the GS-TD1. I think that JVC has done an excellent job in the design and implementation of a consumer 3D camcorder. I view my video on a Samsung 55" 8000 series LED TV and the output looks great to me in either format. The results of shooting in the AVCHD mode look better to me than what is being shown in 3D on DirecTV or down loadable on Vudu. There is very little crosstalk or ghosting in my images. I'm not thrilled about JVC's included editing software but I expect it to improve.
I would recommend this camcorder to anyone wanting to use a compact 3D camcorder to shoot videos to enjoy on their 3D TV. I for one love the 3D experience and as complicated as it can be to create 3D images, JVC has done a great job making it simple and portable for everyone. Good job JVC!
Nevertheless, the reason why I've chosen this one over Sony HDR-TD10 is because those reviews mention that JVC's camcorder has a very good Low light performance, the most important thing for me now are indoors (for everyday family events).
To let you know,
- .MP4 (MVC) 3D format records about 275MB per minute. Format not accepted by YouTube, however JVCs included software lets you upload (converted before uploading) in Side-by-Side 3D format.
- .AVCHD (AVCHD) 3D, Side-by-Side. Accepted by YouTube.
- .MTS (AVCHD) 2D. Accepted by YouTube.
Options available are based on Quality
With internal 64GB HDD
3D Mode (MP4(MVC))
Quality THR: 4 hours
Quality TSR: 6 hours 10 minutes
3D Mode (AVCHD)
Quality TXP: 8 h 10 m
Quality TSP: 11 h 40 m
2D Mode (MTS(AVCHD))
Quality UXP: 5 h 50
Quality XP: 8 h 10 m
Quality SP: 11 h 40 m
Quality EP: 29 h 10 m
This camera records 1080i, not 1080p. No idea about 720i or 720p availability. According to CamcorderInfo website, 1080i is the only option to use, and that's what I have experienced.
- Battery last around 110 minutes
Manual settings are few:
- Brightness (-6 to +6)
- Shutter speed (1/2 to 1/4000)
- Aperture priority (F1.2 to F5.6)
- White balance (Auto, Manual, Fine, Cloud, Halogen, Marine:Blue, Marine:Green)
- Parallax adjustment (for 3D)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
At an unbeatable price you can experiment making your won 3D videos. I did add a higher capacity battery to replace the one that comes with the camera. Read morePublished on August 17, 2014 by Mark D. Hornbogen
This is my 3rd 3D recorder. The 3D video effect is great, and the monitor is also great, too 3D effect with bare eyes. Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by Huang, Guey-bin