JVC has added a new high-definition camera to its recently announced 2010 Everio line, this one with 16GB of internal flash memory plus an SD/SDHC card slot.
JVC Everio GZ-HM340 Now, the Everio series includes three HD models priced under $500.
The new Everio GZ-HM340 includes the new features of the Everio line, including advancements in low light capabilities and image stabilization. It packs new auto recording feature and time-lapse recording.
JVC this year introduced Advanced Image Stabilizer (A.I.S) that ensures steady images even while walking and is especially effective when shooting bright scenes from full wide to 5x zoom. It uses a wide-angle image sampling area that is four times larger than that of conventional systems, JVC said.
The time-lapse feature enables shooting in one- to 80-second intervals, enabling hours-long segments to be reduced to seconds.
Auto-record, a new feature, automatically initiates recording when a person or other moving subject enters the picture and the luminance changes.
Digital files created Everio cameras be shared in formats including the enhanced Everio MediaBrowser software for Windows, which now provides automatic conversion of HD and SD videos for immediate sharing on YouTube.
The Everio cameras feature Konica Minolta HD lenses with a 20x optical zoom.
The Everio GZ-HM340 is available later this month for $499.95.
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