JVC Japan (technically JVC-Kenwood) launched five new consumer camcorders under the GZ-EX and GZ-E lines. Among the GZ-EX models are the GZ-EX370 and GZ-EX350, which feature 32 GB and 16 GB of internal memory, respectively, in addition to SDXC card slots. The two feature an 802.11 b/g/n (n @ 150 Mbps) WLAN interface, which lets you stream video as it's captured, at the push of a button, directly over to a WiFi enabled PC over a hotspot, or ad-hoc, letting you produce immediately. In addition, the two feature JVC's smartphone control, which lets you control the cam using an Android or iOS device.
The GZ-E series models launched are the GZ-E345, GZ-E325 and GZ-E320. The E345 features 16 GB of fixed memory, while the E325 and E320 feature 8 GB. The three lack WiFi streaming, and smartphone controls, but retain the essentials, such as full-HD recording, back-illuminated 2.51-MP CMOS sensor, and super-compact dimensions of 50 x 57 x 119 mm, weighing about 200 g.
|Channels||Photo and Video|
|Topics||1080p, JVC, JVC-Kenwood, AVCHD, Camcorder|