JVC Everio GZ-HM400
- The fact that the 400 has a better look, it explained especially with his sharp and plastic image.
- In the interior, however, they were a bit paler compared to the Canon HF21.
- Heavier, however, weighed the uncertain white balance from time to time drifted into the cave.
- The many controls were mainly addressed to filmmakers who control while filming is still important.
- However, small operating obstacles drowned the manual luck: In addition to the paramountness of the parameters, the user must decide when filming between fast white balance or focus aids on the ‘custom key’.
- Both benefit from the continuous and slow motion functions.
- The color representation of the camera shows surprising swirls in some color fields, but otherwise remains realistic to cool.
- Also, the focus wheel acts practically, unlike the positive zoom rocker.
- Right from the start, JVC has conjured up a reasonably priced and high-quality model that leaves the competition behind with its practical housing, genuine zoom rocker, manual controls and absolutely perfect sharpness.
- Definitely a big step forward was the handling.
- The external controls were allowed to appeal to many filmmakers who are still in control of filming.
- If at all, only the yellow and green tones could be faulted, which were not quite as accurate as the remaining colors.
- The picture noise was fortunately limited in this recording situation.
- In low light in the environment the performance of the GZ-HM400 was not quite as high.
- The colors were “slightly washed out” and the manual white balance did not work very well: the picture showed a slight puffiness.
- However, the GZ-HM400 proved to be more powerful in this discipline than the JVC Everio GZ-X900: it was more sensitive to light and produced less image noise than this.
- Only the GZ-X900 could show as sharp, is the assessment of theers.
- The HM400 is also exemplary in its movements: it looked soft and flowing and the sharp impression was also right here (example video below – also in High Definition).
- It has also proven to be more powerful than the JVC Everio GZ-X900 and it costs a little less.
- The HM400 is criticized only for its poor image quality when taking pictures in low light conditions.
- Also, the data rate used is the highest possible currently and amounts to 24Mbps.
- The GZ-HM uses the format AVCHD and has a 32 gigabytes of internal memory.
- SDHC cards can also be used to record your own creations.
- If both storage media are used, almost 30 hours of video can be recorded in the highest resolution (EP mode).
- High-speed mode and better sound qualityThe JVC Everio GZ-HM400 has a monitor that measures 2.8 inches diagonally and a 10x optical zoom.
- The sound quality of the HM400 should have increased compared to earlier models – for it to provide K2 technology.
- It also has a high-speed mode that lets you capture 600 pictures per second.
- The JVC Everio GZ-HM400 is suitable for multi-filmmakers who need a lot of storage space.
- JVC has achieved a real surprise with the GZ-HM400.
- The camera shows the competition what you can get out of a CMOS chip today.
- criteria were image quality, handling and equipment.
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