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Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by mulder, Sep 15, 2003.

  1. mulder

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    I have been searching high and low for a DV camcorder that suits my needs, and I finally found one the JVC GR-D50. It has DV/in and out plus analogue in but i cannot find any reviews for it. Does anyone know what it is like or failing that does anyone recommend a good budget DV camcorder for a simillar price £330-£400
     
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    I always think you can't really go wrong with a Sony.

    For your price range, either the TRV14 or TRV19 should be fine. At www.ajelectronics.co.uk, these are going for £375.00 and £399.00 respectively, including postage.
     
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    Go for the TRV19 as it has DV-in already enabled (the 14 is the 19 without the DV-in).
     
  4. mulder

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    The trv19 looks pretty good but will it allow me to copy some of my old vhs home video tapes to my pc.
     
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    Just had a look at the TRV19 on the Sony web site. There is no mention of AV-in, so I would assume you will not be able to use it to capture from your VHS.

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