JVC Everio GZ-MG750
- If things get a bit rougher, the filmmaker can switch to MicroSDHC cards.
- MPEG-2 is a widely used codec for DVDs and HD videos.
- In contrast to the DV format, where each picture is recorded individually, the pictures are interlaced in MPEG2 format.
- This makes MPEG-2 videos very uncomfortable for subsequent image editing.
- Unfortunately, this model does not have an optical image stabilizer.
- Interesting is the time-lapse feature, where you can rotate mini-clips in seven preset time intervals.
- If you play them at a normal speed, you can see, for example, how plants bud in a matter of seconds.
- The JVC Everio GZ-MG750 offers interesting additional features and scores with its large storage space.
- At the operation on the bar on the LCD, the filmmaker but also get used to it.
- Alone on card recording is the MS 110, with 220 euros of the price breakers in the field.
- It differs from the other two JVC cams primarily the waiver of the operation via LCD scroll bar.
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