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JVC Everio GZ-HM550 HD Camcorder arrives with Bluetooth Technology

22 March 2010 2,514 views No Comment

JVC officially rolled out its latest camcorder, named as JVC Everio GZ-HM550. This high definition camcorder debuted at CES in January 2010 and now Everio camcorder has arrived with a consumer-friendly pricing. The main point is that, GZ-HM550 HD camcorder is the first one from JVC to feature Bluetooth.


Everio GZ-HM550 camcorder features a 10.6 megapixel CMOS sensor for recording 1920 x 1080 Full HD video and nine MP digital stills to its internal 32GB flash memory. This camcorder offers built-in Bluetooth wireless technology, for controlling camera’s recording setting via handset, geo-tagging of stills and videos and also compatible with bluetooth Phone. It uses KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS, which offers 16x dynamic zoom without any degradation of image quality. Super LoLux Technology improves low-light sensitivity to snap sharp images in worst lighting conditions. Advanced Image Stabilizer provide perfect images even while walking. GZ-HM500 come equipped with an LED light and a flash for shooting in dark situations.

Camcorder with a GPS device is used to record location data and with a Bluetooth equipped headset for monitoring recorded sound or for voice recording. Recorded content is stored in internal 32GB flash memory and further storage is available via SD/SDHC card support. Auto Record function is convenient solution for home surveillance, recording wildlife and more. Time lapse recording function is helpful in creating a sophisticated effect on recorded contents. With an enhanced Everio MediaBrowser software, you can share digital files, export files to iTunes and accord with an iPod or iPhone or burn to DVD.

GZ-HM550 supports Face Flow Thumbnail, that displays thumbnails from a particular section of a video by automatically selecting and zooming into human faces. This camcorder includes a redesigned grip belt for better convenience of user. JVC Everio GZ-HM550 camcorder has been showed off at CES 2010 and is now available for $799.95.

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