JVC GC-PX10 video review



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With the GC-PX10, JVC has shown its characteristic maverick nature by bringing out a camcorder that looks, and in many ways behaves, like a digital camera. Compared to current digital cameras, its £700 price looks expensive, but amongst other premium camcorders this is reasonable. Video quality is excellent, still image performance very good, and there are lots of enthusiast features, making this a very successful hybrid device, although still much more attractive if shooting video is your primary concern.

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December 14, 2011, 11:44 pm

Hello, I have been for YEARS looking for a combo still and video corder device. I went to Bangladesh and New Zealand and bought a Panasonic HDC-SD80 after your review here http://www.trustedreviews.com/panasonic-hdc-sd80_Camcorder_review and an old Fuji F31FD as it had very good low light capability. Can you tell me, Trusted Reviews, can I FINALLY ditch both devices and suffer no compromise? The Panasonic had great image stabilisation and incredible zoom (not really bothered about that) and very good low light. I await your opinion as it's a pain carrying two devices all the time.

simple simon

January 31, 2012, 4:45 am

This looks like a very interesting device.

It ticks many boxes, including looking more like a camera than a camcorder and the ability to take both decent still and video simultaneously.

My primary concern is the lack of image stabilisation.

Does it also accept screw-on filters? I would like to use a skylight filter at all times as it helps protect the lens from accidental fingermarks.


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