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JVC GRDX25 or Panasonic NVDS60 ?????

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Making Forum' started by WhiteLurcher, Dec 16, 2003.

  1. WhiteLurcher

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    Hi All!

    I'm New to all this and could do with some advise on which cam to get. I have short listed to these two JVC GRDX25 or Panasonic NVDS60 i would apreciate any opinions as I can't decide.

    I am not concerned with PC editing put would like the best pictures and sound (particularly indoors) for my very limited budget of under £400. Can anyone help?


    Thanks

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    Helen:confused:
     
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    Hi Helen..
    The spec is pretty much the same but if you want to get down to specifics then the JVC has 16x optical zoom compared to a 10x on the panny.
    If your budget is £400 then you may consider slightly better models if your supplier is prepared to pricematch.
    I would also consider the Canon MV600, which is a little more expensive but you should manage to get a deal on it.
    Are you buying locally?, if so then take a list of internet dealer prices with you to the shops you visit.
    I did this recently in Jessops in Stirling.
    I went for the Canon MV650 which was priced at £699 in Jessops Stirling. I was armed with a list of cameras and prices which showed the Canon at £479 best price. Jessops finally agreed a price of £514. That is some serious markup i think you'll agree.

    Whichever way you decide to go, have fun and remember to haggle based on your list.
     
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    than the other model you mention.

    I have no idea for features.

    Hope it helps.
     
  4. WhiteLurcher

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    Decisions decisions!

    Thanks for your help, I have now added the Canon MV600 to the list, I'm not sure if thats a step forword or back! Ha ha!

    The Reviews are so confusing.

    Thanks again.
     
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    JVC GR-D200 for £450 with top quality video and decent pictures I guess?
    Good optical and captor
    Not too big
    Flash included
     

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