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JVC GR-D230 MiniDV Camcorder

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Product Description From JVC:

JVC's Ultra-Compact Series Mini DV camcorders feature a fun, stylish design unique to JVC. The initial model in this series features JVC's DV Navigation, which displays thumbnails for each recorded scene to make it quick and easy to find specific material. Also featured is a 2.5-inch LCD monitor, 10X optical/500X digital zoom, USB connectivity, Video CD creation, e-mail video clips capability, NightAlive and include an 8MB SD card.

JVC GRD230 - Left View
GR-D230 - Right View


Video format: MiniDV
Audio: PCM Digital Stereo Audio
Maximum CCD resolution: 1.33 megapixels
CCD size: 0.25 inches
Eyepiece viewfinder: Color
LCD screen size: 2.5 inches
LCD swivel: Yes
Aperture: f1.8
Filter diameter: 27mm
Optical zoom: 10x
Digital zoom: 500x
Manual focus: Yes
Autolight: Yes
Hot shoe for external light: No
Image stabilization: Yes, digital
Infrared capability: Yes, NightAlive
Remote included: Yes
Headphone jack: Yes
Digital still capability: Yes; 4 selectable image size settings(1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 1024 x 768, 640 x 480)
Snapshot modes:
Full screen, Frame, Pin-up and Negative Digital Still Output
MPEG movie mode: Yes, 160 x 120 pixels
Included still memory: Yes, 8 MB MMC card
Preset titles: No
Custom titling: No
Programmed recording: No
Fade options: Various fader effects
Special effects: Digital wipes and fades
Motion sensor: No
Audio sensor: No
USB streaming: Yes
IEEE1394 (Firewire) output: Yes
USB output: Yes
S-Video output: Yes
Analog input (A/V): Yes
Battery type: Lithium ion
Dimensions (W x H x D): 4.4 x 2.4 a 3.7 inches
Weight: 1 pound
What's in the box: 8 MB SD card, shoulder strap, AC adapter, Image Mixer for Windows/Mac Software and AV output cables
Software: ImageMixer Software, for editing video and stills, managing files on hard disk and create a video CD that plays on most DVD players