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Anybody know about the JVC GR-DX95?

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Making Forum' started by R0bB, Sep 3, 2003.

  1. R0bB

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    I'm about to buy one - does anybody have any feedback, or alternatives?

    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. davidgirecourt

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    It replaced the GRDV 507 which was a very very good piece of kit, I know I'got one!
     
  3. R0bB

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    Thanks - did you look at any alternatives, and what made you go for the GRDV 507?
     
  4. davidgirecourt

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    The 507 was small, side loading tape mecanism, no buttons hidden behind the LCD screen meaning that you potentialy save battery time when you need it, a smart card included although quality isn't like a digital cam it nevertheless isn't bad, good reviews everywhere and best of all, the website I got it from had made a £100 mistake in the price and I got away with it, ah well........!

    The minus point apart for the pathetic battery delivered with it is that sometimes you hear a slight mecanism noise in your recordings (only when zooming in or out). Doesn't matter if you film a wedding but can sometimes be a spot of bother while filming your baby boy sleeping!
     
  5. davidgirecourt

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    Sorry Rob

    I did not reply to all of your questions.

    the main point for me was to have a smart card readr for pictures and I was also seduced by a few "Sharp" models, cannot remember what they were now but they have a very good offering as well.
     
  6. R0bB

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    Thanks for all your help
     

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