JVC - Non-HD
JVC Everio GZ-HD30 Camcorder Accessory Kit includes the following items: 1) BN-VF808 Rechargeable Battery - Ultra High Capacity (1000mAh 7.4V) Replacement For The JVC BN-VF808 Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery 2) Mini Battery Charger Kit for JVC BN-VF815 - BN-VF823 - with fold-in wall plug
Part Number: AK-13804
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User reviews and opinions
|CristianoB||5:05am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|My first impression while holding this camera were amazing. The colour and sharpness the LCD screen produces are amazing and beyond the HD standards. I researched this product extensively online and found no negative reviews. Found a great deal on it ($509) and pulled the trigger. I read various reviews about the Canons and Sony SR11/12 and nearly purchased one of them.|
|morticus139||10:46am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|"This camera has a incredible picture,its lightweight,easy to use right out of the box,also you can record to either MPEG2 or AVCHD. "I have a 52" 1080p LCD tv and bought a SD camcorder first..... picture quality was so bad you could not recognize the subject of your video...|
|bobharvey||7:55am on Friday, July 23rd, 2010|
|Love it The picture is awsome. Just one thing: you need to buy some backup battery. It goes very fast, like in one hour.... Only 19 minute video per file? Who would buy this? This camera only creates files of about 19 minutes or 4GB.|
|sandsouza||7:08pm on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|Great! Video! This is a light weight and easy to use camera with exceptional editing software. Almost everything is positive.|
|snies||10:29pm on Thursday, July 1st, 2010|
|Very good value for money. Good image quality even in low light No optical image stabiliser|
|Faith007||11:45am on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|HD30AC as JVC camcorder series of the third generation of HD products, performance and style has improved, HD30 with 71 Ã- 68 Ã- 123mm size.|
|Redster||6:08pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Excellent camcorder I purchased this camcorder a few months back and have used it extensively to shoot under various lighting scenarios.|
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HD HARD DISK CAMCORDER
Thank you for purchasing this hard disk camera. Before use, please read the safety information and precautions contained on pages 8 and 9 to ensure safe use of this product.
For Future Reference:
Enter the Model No. (located on the bottom of the camera) and Serial No. (located on the battery pack mount of the camera) below.
Model No. Serial No.
Easy Start Guide Charge the battery before recording
Turn off the camera and attach the battery pack. Power/charge lamp blinks: Charging goes out: Charging finished
Open the cover
ACCESS POWER /CHARGE
To AC Outlet (110V to 240V) Battery Pack AC Adapter
The power turns on if you open the LCD monitor
Close the LCD monitor after you finish recording.
Charge the battery pack before use. (Z p. 18) Be sure to use JVC battery packs. If you use any other battery packs besides JVC battery packs, safety and performance can not be guaranteed.
Before recording, charge the battery and set the date/time. See the next page for recording videos.
Q Open the LCD monitor to turn on the camera
Select [YES] within
S Set the date and time
When the message disappears, press the power button for at least 2 seconds to turn off the power, and then press it again for at least 2 seconds.
To change the date and time (Zp.19)
T Open the lens cover
U Select video mode
Before recording an important scene, it is recommended to conduct a trial recording.
This camera records video in accordance with the AVCHD format or MPEG-2 TS format. For details, see page6. Try recording with easy [AUTO] mode first.
Q Select recording mode
The mode changes when you press the button
R Select auto mode
AUTO / INFO
The auto recording indicator appears.
The mode changes when you press the button (recording mode only)
S Start recording
Remaining space on the hard disk Picture Quality
[4h59m] 0:01:30 REC
Press the START/STOP button to start recording, and press it again to stop
Q Select playback mode
R Select the desired file
S Press down the set lever
Press down the set lever to start playback, and press it again to stop
To perform operations such as fast forwarding or fast rewinding (Zp.30) To view video/still image on TV (Zp.35)
Dont forget to make copies after recording!
To copy files onto DVD discs (Zp.45) To dub files using a VCR/DVD recorder (Zp.50) To play back a created DVD disc (Zp.46, 48) To edit files on your computer (Zp.11)
High-definition Recording Format
This camera has two high-definition recording formats. Select the one that suits your purpose.
To record for a long time To copy videos to a DVD and play back on
a AVCHD compatible device such as Bluray recorder, etc
You can record to a microSD card. You can divide a video.
To record at maximum picture quality (FHD
To edit videos on your PC
(You can edit videos in a short time.)
You can dub and edit videos on an HDV compatible device. (GZ-HD40: 1440 CBR only) You can view video written back from a PC. (Zp.11)
When you edit videos using the provided QuickTime Component for Everio software (for Macintosh), select MPEG-2 TS format. If you edit videos in MPEG-2 TS format on a computer, set [x.v.Color] to [OFF] before the recording. You cannot copy videos of two formats to one DVD.
!Index Button [INDEX] (Zp.33)/ Remaining Space Button/ Data Battery Button [ 0/1 ] (Zp.24) #Set Lever Move to : Reverse Skip (Zp.30)/Up/Backlight Compensation Button [ - ] (Zp.27) Move to : Forward Skip (Zp.30)/Down/Manual Focus Button [FOCUS] (Zp.26) Move to : Reverse Search (Zp.30)/Left/Light Button [LIGHT] (Zp.24) Move to : Forward Search (Zp.30)/Right/Program AE Button [PROGRAM AE] (Zp.26) Press down: Play/Pause (Zp.30) $Menu Button [MENU] %LCD Monitor &Speaker (Fan outlet )Access Lamp [ACCESS] (Blinks when you access files. Do not turn off the power or remove the battery pack/AC adapter while accessing files.) Power/Charge Lamp [POWER/CHARGE] (Blinks when you charge the battery.) *Zoom Lever [W 7, ,] (Zp.24) T Speaker Volume Control [VOL+] (Zp.30) +Still Image Shooting Button [SNAPSHOT] (Zp.23) ,Auto/Manual Mode Button [AUTO] (Zp.26)/ Information Button [INFO] (Zp.39) -Power Button (You can turn off the camera by pressing and holding this button.).Direct Disc Button [DIRECT DISC]/ Focus Assist Button [FOCUS ASSIST] (Zp.27) /Fan inlet 0Direct Backup Button [DIRECT BACK UP]/ Quick Review Button [QUICK REVIEW] (Zp.22, 23) 1Delete Button [ * ] 2Playback/Recording Mode Switching Button [PLAY/REC] (Zp.22, 23) 3Audio/Video Connector [AV] (Zp.36, 50) 4Component Connector [COMPONENT] (Zp.35) 5Mode Switch [!, #] 6Video Recording Start/Stop Button [START/ STOP] (Zp.22)
7Stereo Microphone 8Grip Strap (Zp.20) 9HDMI Connector [HDMI] (Zp.35) :DC Connector [DC] (Zp.18) ;Microphone Input Connector [MIC] <Headphone Connector [ ] =LED Light >USB Connector  ?Remote Sensor (Zp.13) @Lens Cover/Lens AShoe (for external microphone, etc) BShoe Cover CLens Cover Switch [=, >] (Zp.20) DmicroSD Card Slot (Zp.21) E GZ-HD40 Everio Dock Connector FTripod Mounting Socket (Zp.20) GBattery Release Button [BATT.] (Zp.18) HBattery Pack Mount
QInfrared Beam Transmitting Window RZOOM (T/W) Buttons (Zoom in/out during playback.) SUp Button Rotate Button (counterclockwise) (Zp.31) TSkip Backward Button ULeft Button VBack Button WPLAYLIST Button (Zp.42) XSTART/STOP Button YSNAPSHOT Button (Zp.23) ZINFO Button (Zp.39) aSkip Forward Button bPLAY/PAUSE Button cRight Button dNext Button eDown Button Rotate Button (clockwise) (Zp.31) fINDEX Button gDISP Button
You can move the zooming area with the up/ down/left/right button during zoom in playback mode.
Do not use a tripod on unsteady or unlevel surfaces. It could tip over, causing serious damage to the camera.
When Using a microSD Card
If you want to record to a microSD card, the following 3 operations need to be performed. Operations are confirmed on the following microSD cards.
- Panasonic - TOSHIBA - SanDisk - ATP
R hange the recording medium C The camera is programmed to record on the built-in hard disk when it is shipped from the factory. You can change the recording medium to microSD card (AVCHD format only).
Set [REC MEDIA FOR VIDEO] and [REC MEDIA FOR IMAGE] to [SD]. (Zp.57)
S ormat a microSD card when using it F for the first time This will also ensure stable speeds and operation when accessing the microSD card.
Video recording: Class 4 or 6 compatible microSDHC card (4GB, 8GB) Still image recording: microSD card (256MB to 2GB) or microSDHCcard (4GB, 8GB) If other media are used, they may fail to record data correctly, or they may lose data that had already been recorded. MultiMediaCards are not supported. Q nsert a microSD card I Preparation: Close the LCD monitor to turn off the camera.
Select [FORMAT SD CARD] to format the card. (Zp.56)
1 Open the microSD card cover. 2 Firmly insert the card with its clipped
3 Close the microSD card cover.
To remove a microSD card Push the microSD card once. After the card comes out a little, pull it out.
Insert and remove the microSD card only
while the power is turned off. Otherwise, data on the card may be corrupted. Do not touch the terminal on the reverse side of the label.
Preparation: Open the LCD monitor to turn on the camera.
Slide the mode switch to select ! (video) mode.
Press PLAY/REC to select the recording mode.
Press START/STOP to start recording.
Approximate remaining time for recording To stop recording Press START/STOP again. To view the last recorded scene Press QUICK REVIEW while recording is paused. Pressing DELETE during playback deletes that scene. To change the picture quality Change the settings in [VIDEO QUALITY]. (Zp.51) To record a still image during video recording Press SNAPSHOT (Up to 3 times in a row).
To cancel backlight compensation Move the set lever to ( - ) twice so that the - indicator disappears.
Manual Recording (Continued)
Manual Setting in Menu
3 Select the desired menu.
ADJUST BRIGHTNESS SHUTTER SPEED APERTURE PRIORITY WB
ADJUST SHUTTER SPEED
4 Select the desired setting.
ADJUST BRIGHTNESS AUTO SHUTTER SPEED MANUAL APERTURE PRIORITY WB
2 Select [MANUAL SETTING].
MANUAL SETTING VIDEO QUALITY ZOOM DIS
SET MANUAL RECORDING
Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset @ [AUTO]: The brightness is adjusted automatically. 6 to +6: Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1. Move the set lever to / to set the value.
g ADJUST BRIGHTNESS
Adjusts the brightness.
@ [AUTO]: The brightness is adjusted automatically. 2.0 to +2.0 (EV): Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1/3EV. Move the set lever to / to set the value. To lock the exposure After you finish configuring the setting, press and hold the set lever for more than 2seconds. The C indicator appears.
9 SHUTTER SPEED
A fast shutter speed can freeze the motion of a fast-moving subject, and a slow shutter speed can blur the subject to give the impression of motion.
@ [AUTO]: The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. ! mode: 1/2 to 1/4000 # mode: 1/2 to 1/500 The smaller the value, the faster the shutter speed. Move the set lever to / to set the value.
It is recommended to use a tripod (Zp.20) when recording with a slow shutter speed.
Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset @ [AUTO]: The aperture value is adjusted automatically. F1.8 to F4.0: The lower the F-number (larger aperture value), the more blurred the background will become. The higher the F-number (smaller aperture value), the clearer the focus will be for both near and far objects. Move the set lever to / to set the value.
< APERTURE PRIORITY
You can add a blurring effect to the background by setting the aperture value (F-number).
If the image is too bright, set to a larger F-number. If the image is too dark, set to a smaller F-number.
@ [AUTO]: White balance is adjusted automatically. B MWB: Adjusts the white balance manually depending on the light source.
Adjusts the white balance to achieve the optimum colors for the amount of light in your surroundings during recording.
1) old a sheet of plain white paper in front of H the subject so that the white paper fills the screen. 2) ress and hold the set lever until the B P indicator starts blinking then stops blinking.
D FINE: When shooting outdoors on a sunny day. E CLOUD: When shooting outdoors on a cloudy day. F HALOGEN: When a video light or similar type of lighting is used.
1 [OFF]: No effect is used. J SEPIA: The image has a brownish tint like old photos. K MONOTONE: The image becomes black and white like old L CLASSIC FILM*: This effect skips frames to give images of M STROBE*: The image looks like a series of consecutive
snapshots. an old movie atmosphere. movies.
Enables you to record videos or still images with special effects.
t TELE MACRO
Enables you to shoot a subject as large as possible at a distance of approx. 50cm (1.64ft).
1 [OFF]: Deactivates the function. 0 ON: Activates the function.
The sections of the photographic subject that are reflected as white due to light are displayed in a striped pattern. Use this as a guide for adjusting the brightness.
1 [OFF]: Deactivate this function.
70%: Sections that are close to being reflected as white (bright) are displayed in a striped pattern. 100%: Sections that are completely reflected as white (too bright) are displayed in a striped pattern.
Adjust the sharpness moving the set lever to / , then press down.
Adjusts the enhancement level of the outline of the recorded image. * ! mode only
Enhancing the sharpness causes the recorded image to appear grainy.
Playing Back Files
Video Playback Slide the mode switch to select ! (video) mode. Select the playback mode.
The index screen appears.
Select the desired file.
To return to the index screen Press INDEX. To check the file information Press AUTO/INFO when playback is stopped. (Zp.39) To delete a video Press DELETE when playback is stopped.
Operations during Playback Return to the first scene of the file Play/Pause Reverse search/ Frame-by-frame playback (during pause) Go to the first scene of the next file During forward/reverse search, moving the set lever to / alters the search speed (maximum 60x). Forward search/ Frame-by-frame playback (during pause)
Speaker volume/ Headphone volume : urn down the T volume
Press SNAPSHOT when playback is paused.
2 Select [DELETE] or [PROTECT/
DELETE PROTECT/CANCEL COPY MOVE
Captured still images are stored at a
3 Select [CURRENT].
CURRENT FILE SELECT DELETE ALL
SELECT SCENES ONE BY ONE
resolution of 1920 x 1080. The image can be elongated in the horizontal or vertical directions depending on the picture quality of the source video file. Images cannot be captured when the video is in search or slow-motion playback. The continuous shooting function cannot be used to capture images.
You can select the previous or next file by moving the set lever to /.
4 Select [YES].
DELETE? (Remaining scenes: 0001) ANY PLAYLISTS THAT INCLUDE THIS SCENE WILL BE ALTERED
To quit the screen Press MENU.
Managing Files (Continued)
Deleting/Protecting Selected Files After performing steps 1-2 (Zp.37) Deleting/Protecting All Files After performing steps 1-2 (Zp.37)
3 Select [FILE SELECT].
SELECT MULTIPLE SCENES
3 Select [DELETE ALL] or [PROTECT
4 Select the desired file.
DELETE ALL FILES
DELETE ALL? (EXCEPT PROTECTED SCENE)
The * (deletion) or x (protection) mark
appears on the file. To select other files, repeat this step. If you slide the zoom lever towards T, the preview screen is displayed. Sliding the zoom lever towards W returns to the index screen.
To quit the screen Press MENU. To release protection Select the protected file in step4 (Deleting/Protecting Selected Files Zleft column). To release protection of all files 1) n step3, select [CANCEL ALL]. I 2) hen [CANCEL ALL?] appears, select W [YES].
6 Select [EXECUTE AND QUIT] (when
performing [DELETE]), or [QUIT] (when performing [PROTECT/ CANCEL]).
DELETE SELECTED SCENE? ANY PLAYLISTS THAT INCLUDE THIS SCENE WILL BE ALTERED
EXECUTE AND QUIT QUIT RETURN
Viewing File Information
Preparation: ! mode: Pause the playback. Otherwise, select the file on the index screen. # mode: Play back the still image. Otherwise, select the file on the index screen.
When you select a file, the color of the
cursor changes. To select other files, move the cursor forward. You can only select the files in order. If you slide the zoom lever towards T, the preview screen is displayed. Sliding the zoom lever towards W returns to the index screen.
4 Set the point at which you want to
divide the file.
5 Select a new event you want to
To select a different destination, select
RETURN SET QUIT
[NEXT PAGE]. To cancel the event registration, select [DONT REGISTER].
The actual division point may differ slightly from the point that is set.
5 Select [DIVIDE HERE].
DON'T REGISTER NEXT PAGE
DIVIDE DIVIDE HERE CANCEL 00:00:04
To set the division point again, select [CANCEL]. To quit the screen Press MENU.
When playing back the divided file, the recording date of the division point is displayed.
5 Select the number of prints (max.
DPOF Print Setting
The number of prints to make of a still image recorded on a microSD card can be set. This feature is useful when taking the microSD card to a photo lab for printing. Preparation: Select # mode. Select the playback mode. Set [REC MEDIA FOR IMAGE] to [SD]. (Zp.57) Setting Files Individually
To set print information for other images, repeat steps 4 and 5. (You can set up to 999files.) To quit the screen Press MENU. To cancel the selection Set the number of prints to 00 in step5.
Setting All Files Together (One Print for Each) After performing steps 1-2 (Zleft column)
3 Select [SET ALL 1].
SET PRINT QUANTITY SET ALL 1 CHECK QUANTITY RESET
2 Select [DPOF].
EFFECT DPOF MONITOR OFF ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
SET STILL IMAGE PRINTING
SET ALL TO 1?
3 Select [SET PRINT QUANTITY].
DPOF TOTAL 0
To confirm DPOF settings In step3, select [CHECK QUANTITY]. If necessary, change the number of prints for the desired file by following steps 4 and 5. To reset DPOF settings 1) n step3, select [RESET]. I 2) When [RESET?] appears, select [YES].
If you slide and hold the zoom lever towards T, the preview screen of the still image is displayed.
It is a list that enables you to organize recorded videos in order of preference. Preparation: Select ! mode. Select the playback mode.
5 Select the file to add to playlist.
2 Select [EDIT PLAYLIST].
EDIT PLAYLIST PLAYBACK PLAYLIST CHANGE EVENT REG. SEARCH EVENT
the index screen of individual scenes appears, select the file. To return to the previous screen, press INDEX. Files recorded in 1440 CBR picture quality are displayed with a 1440 CBR icon. Files recorded in other than 1440 CBR picture quality are displayed with a 1920 icon. (only when selecting [SELECT FROM SCENES] in step 4)
3 Select [DELETE]. 4 Select a playlist you want to delete.
To delete all playlists at once, select [DELETE ALL].
5 When [DELETE PLAYLIST?] appears,
Types of Copying and Connectable Device The Camera You can copy files between the HDD and microSD card with this camera alone. (Zrightcolumn)
You can copy or move files between the HDD and microSD card. # mode ! mode (AVCHD) Preparation: Select ! or # mode. Select the playback mode. Make sure that microSD card is inserted in the microSD slot. Make sure that enough free space is left in the copy/move destination medium.
DVD Burner (CU-VD50/CU-VD3)* You can copy files recorded on this camera onto DVD discs. (Zp.45) * AVCHD discs can be played back only on CU-VD50. CU-VD3 is not capable of playing back videos. In such case, use the camera to play back. VCR/DVD Recorder You can dub video recorded on this camera onto VCR/ DVD recorder. (Zp.50) It is recommended to use the JVC DVD burner (CU-VD50/CU-VD3). When using CU-VD20 or CU-VD40, the recording time may take approx. 2 times longer than the time that is described in the instruction manual of DVD burner.
2 Select [COPY] or [MOVE].
[COPY]: Files are copied to the destination medium while leaving original files in the source medium. [MOVE]: Files are moved to the destination medium while deleting original files (except read-only files) in the source medium.
3 Set the direction of copy/move.*
(HDD& SD or SD & HDD)
MEDIA SCENE UNIT NO. OF FILES HDD SD ALL 0059
* In case of ! mode, go to step 4.
4 Set the file unit to copy/move.
Using a DVD Burner to Copy Files from the Camera
The files in the camera can be backed up to a DVD disc using a DVD burner. This disc cannot be played in a normal DVD player. Use one of the following methods to view the disc.
- Playback the disc using the camera. (To play back the created disc using the camera Zp.46,48) - Playback the disc using a DVD burner.* - Playback on a PC.* *The disc must first be finalized on the camera.
# mode: [UNSAVED IMAGES] Files that have never been copied to a DVD disc are automatically selected and copied. (either AVCHD or MPEG-2 TS) ! mode: [ALL SCENES] # mode: [ALL IMAGES] All files in the recording medium are copied. (either AVCHD or MPEG-2 TS)
CREATE FROM ALL
! mode: [UNSAVED SCENES]
[COMPLETED] appears, press down the set lever to complete the operation. When [INSERT NEXT DISC. PRESS [STOP] TO EXIT CREATE] appears, change the disc. Remaining files are copied on the second disc. To cancel the copying, select [STOP]. To return to the top screen Press MENU, then select [YES]. To finalize the disc after copy is finished 1) onnect the camera to the DVD burner. C 2) urn on the camera. T 3) elect [FINALIZE]. S 4) elect [EXECUTE]. S 5) hen [COMPLETED] appears, select W [OK]. To play back the created disc using the camera 1) onnect the camera to the DVD burner. C 2) urn on the camera first, then turn on the T DVD burner. 3) elect [PLAYBACK]. S 4) elect the desired folder. S 5) elect the desired file. S To return to the previous screen, press INDEX. To view video/still image on TV See page 35.
SELECT ALL VIDEOS
3 Select [OK].
QUANTITY REQUIRED DVD 10 / DVD(DL) 5 PREPARE AN EMPTY DISC OK RETURN
To cancel the backup, select [RETURN].
Select Files for Backup Preparation: Connect the camera to the DVD burner. Select ! or # mode.
1 Select [SELECT AND CREATE] (!
mode) or [SELECT AND SAVE] (# mode).
# mode: [SAVE BY DATE]: Files are sorted according to the date on which they were recorded. Relevant files are displayed in a list. Select the recording date. [SELECT FROM IMAGES]: Register backup files individually. 1) elect the desired file. To select other S files, repeat this process. 2) ress INDEX then go to step4. P To preview scenes, press INDEX. When the index screen of individual scenes appears, select the file. To return to the previous screen, press INDEX.
SELECT AND CREATE
Trouble Cannot insert the microSD card. No power is supplied. After the low temperature message is displayed, the power turns off when the camera warms up. Recording cannot be performed. Power Recording Card Action
Check that the microSD card is facing the right direction.
Connect the AC adapter correctly. Recharge the battery. When the camera has warmed up after being cold, the camera
may switch itself off to check it is operating correctly.
Open the LCD monitor to turn on the camera. Press PLAY/REC to select the recording mode. If the camera temperature increases, REC flashes in the LCD
Recording stops by itself.
monitor. If the temperature continues to increase, operation stops automatically to protect the HDD. Move to a place where the camera is not affected by excessive sound or vibration. Insert a commercially available microSD card, and set each of the [REC MEDIA FOR VIDEO] and [REC MEDIA FOR IMAGE] to [SD]. Recording stops automatically after 12 hours of continuous recording.
The focus is not adjusted automatically.
Clean any dirt or water droplets from the lens. Set focus to the automatic mode. If you are recording in a dark place or a subject that has no
contrast between dark and light, adjust the focus manually.
The recorded subject is too dark.
Use backlight compensation or [NIGHT] from program AE. Set the brightness to the [+] side. For videos, set [GAIN UP] to [AGC] or [AUTO]. For still images, set [GAIN] to [AUTO] or [ISO1000].
Trouble The recorded subject is too bright. Cannot use spot exposure control. The color of the recorded subject looks strange. Digital zoom does not work. White balance setting cannot be activated. The continuous shooting speed is slow. A function cannot be activated. Video movement appears jerky/like it is frame dropping. Mosaic-type noise occurs when recording scenes with fast moving or with extreme changing in brightness. The indication display flashes or goes out. The LCD monitor appears blank. The remaining battery display is not correct. Displays
Set the backlight compensation to [OFF] if it is being used. Set the brightness to the  side. Keep the zoom ratio below [10x].
white balance to [MWB].
If there are numerous light sources etc. behind the subject, set the Change [ZOOM] to [40x] or [200x]. Deactivate effect and/or focus assist. This cannot be used if [SEPIA] or [MONOTONE] are selected as Do not use [TWILIGHT] from program AE. The continuous shooting speed will drop after continuous shots. Continuous shooting speed may drop depending on the recording
media or under certain recording conditions. effects.
Check the indication that represents that function. If the indication is flashing or off, you have selected two functions
that cannot be used together. Choose which of the functions to use.
Make sure the icon that represents the function is displayed. Deactivate [NIGHT] of Program AE, and set [SHUTTER SPEED]
to [AUTO] and [EFFECT] to [OFF]. CBR mode.
Record videos with high quality mode, such as XP, FHD or 1440
You have selected two functions that cannot be used together.
Choose which of the functions to use.
Operate the camera. If the camera is not operated for a certain length of time when using the AC adapter, it will enter sleep mode, and the LCD monitor will turn off. Fully charge the battery, run it down, and then recharge it again. If the camera is used for long periods of time in high or low
temperatures, or if the battery is repeatedly charged, the amount of remaining battery may not be displayed correctly.
Trouble The LCD monitor display is uneven. Displays Playback Images on the LCD monitor appear dark or whitish. The LCD monitor is difficult to see. The date/time does not appear. The same scene appears stopped for a long time. Video movement appears jerky. Sound or video are interrupted. A part of the TV screen appears to be shaking. Cannot find a recorded video. Some functions cannot be used when playing back a backup DVD through a DVD burner connected to the camera. Action
If the LCD monitor or surrounding parts have been pressed, remove your hand and leave the camera for a short while. (Applying pressure causes image unevenness.) Adjust the brightness and angle of the LCD monitor. The LCD monitor appears dark when used in cold places. This is The LCD monitor may be reaching the end of its service life.
such as under direct sunlight. not a malfunction. Consult your nearest JVC dealer or the JVC customer service.
The LCD monitor may be difficult to see if used in bright areas Set [ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] to [DISPLAY ALL]. Replace the microSD card. (If there are scratches etc. on the microSD card, the camera will have difficulty reading the data, and this phenomenon may occur. The camera will try to play back as much as possible, but if this condition continues, the camera will not be able to play back the video and it will automatically stop.) Perform cleanup or formatting. Sometimes playback is interrupted at the connecting section
NOT.push it strongly or apply any shocks.place the camera with LCD monitor on the bottom. To prolong service life.avoid rubbing it with coarse cloth.
To prevent the unit from dropping,
grip belt securely. camera to the tripod securely.
For safety, DO NOT
Attach the shoulder strap securely and fasten the When using the camera with a tripod, attach the
.open the cameras chassis.disassemble or modify the unit.allow inflammables, water or metallic objects to enter the unit.remove the battery pack or disconnect the power supply while the power is on.leave the battery pack attached when the camera is not in use.place naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the apparatus.expose the apparatus to dripping or splashing.leave dust or metal objects adhered to the power plug or an AC wall outlet.insert any objects in the camera. Avoid using the unit.in places subject to excessive humidity or dust.in places subject to soot or steam such as near a cooking stove.in places subject to excessive shock or vibration.near a television set.near appliances generating strong magnetic or electric fields (speakers, broadcasting antennas, etc.).in places subject to extremely high (over 40C or 104F) or extremely low (under 0C or 32F) temperatures.in places where air pressure is low (more than 3000 m (9870 ft) above the sea level). DO NOT leave the unit.in places of over 50C (122F).in places where humidity is extremely low (below 35%) or extremely high (above 80%).in direct sunlight.in a closed car in summer.near a heater.in high places such as on a TV. Leaving the unit in high places while a cable is connected may result in a malfunction if the cable is caught and the unit falls onto the floor. To protect the unit, DO NOT.allow it to become wet.drop the unit or strike it against hard objects.subject it to shock or excessive vibration during transportation.keep the lens directed at extremely bright objects for long periods.expose the lens to direct sunlight.swing it excessively when using the hand strap.swing the soft camera case excessively when the camera is inside it.place the camera in dusty or sandy areas, such as on a beach.
If the camera drops, you may be injured and the camera may be damaged. When a child uses the unit, there must be parental guidance. Declaration of Conformity Model Number : GZ-HD40U/GZ-HD30U Trade Name : JVC Responsible party : JVC AMERICAS CORP. Address : 700 Valley Road Wayne, N. J. Telephone Number : 973-3175000 This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the users authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
A AC Adapter..18, 68
Adjust Brightness..28 Aperture Priority..29 Auto Finalize..55 AV Connection..36, 50, 55 Battery Pack..18, 24, 68 Brightness Control (LCD Monitor)..54 Clock Adjust..19, 54 Component Connection.35, 55 Copying (Moving) Files..44 Deleting Files..37, 56 Demonstration Mode..54 Digital Image Stabiliser (DIS)..51 Display on TV...55 Dividing Files..40 DPOF...41 Drop Detection...54 DVD Backup..44 Event Registration..25, 39 Everio Dock...12 File Search..33 Focus...26 Focus Assist..27, 52, 53 Formatting a Recording Medium.56 Gain Up..52 HDMI Connection..35, 55 Headphone Volume..30, 52 Histogram...39 Image Rotation..31 Image Size..53
L Language Setting...19, 54
LCD Monitor..16, 68 LED Light...24 Lens Cover..20 Menu Settings..51 Microphone..15, 52 microSD Card...21 Monitor Backlight...54 Monitor Off..52 Operation Sound..56 Playlist...42 Preset...57 Program AE..26 Protecting Files..37
B Backlight Compensation.27 C Clean-up HDD..56
M Manual Recording...26
O On-Screen Display..52 P Picture Quality..51, 53
D Date Display Style...54
Q Quick Restart...57 R Recordable Time/Number of Images..67
Recording Medium..25, 57, 68 Remote Control..13, 15, 56 Resetting the File Number..56 Sharpness...29 Shutter Mode..53 Shutter Speed..28 Speaker Volume..30 Spot Exposure Control..27 Stream Format...54 TV...35, 36 Wind Cut..52 Wipe or Fader Effects..32
E Effect..29, 32 F File Information..39
G Gain...53 H Hard Disk...68
T Tele Macro...29 W White Balance..29 X x.v.Color...52 Z Zebra...29
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GZ-HD40, GZ-HD30, GZ-HD10 New JVC HD Everio Line Includes Worlds First 50-Hour AVCHD Camcorder And Dual-Format Models
Two new HD models offer both AVCHD and MPEG-2 recording
Photo: GZ-HD30 JVC has added three new high definition camcorders to its HD Everio line, including a pair of dual-format models, one of which records up to 50 hours of AVCHD Full HD video. Two new models, the GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30, are the worlds first AVCHD / MPEG-2 dual-format camcorders allowing access to the superior long time compression afforded by AVCHD, as well as MPEG-2s superior editing and post-production environment. Both offer 1920 x 1080 Full HD recording in both formats to a 120GB (GZ-HD40) or 80GB (GZ-HD30) internal hard disk drive. The third new model, the GZ-HD10, offers 1440 x 1080 recording in the AVCHD format to a 40GB hard drive. Technologies behind the scenes include new CMOS imaging chips with interpolation technology, the HD Gigabrid Duo chip that includes codecs for AVCHD in all camcorders and MPEG-2 in the GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30 as well as noise reduction technology, and 1920 x 1080/50P output for all camcorders via HDMI (V.1.3 with x.v.Colour). Ease of use innovations include Intelligent Grouping, which sorts and groups together similar themed scenes for easier access, and Digest Playback, which creates a video montage of scenes, much like a coming attractions clip, when theyre burned to a DVD.
JVC designed the GZ-HD30 to meet the needs of a broader segment of people who shoot video, including family users. More compact than the GZ-HD40, it offers all of the performance and nearly all of the features of that model, except it has a slim 80GB internal hard disk for a maximum 33 hours of Full HD recording, and does not come with a docking station. As of June 2008, it is the worlds smallest Full HD camcorder with 1.8 HDD. JVC provided the GZ-HD40 with a 120GB hard disk drive for up to 50 hours of AVCHD Full HD video recording, and a docking station with the requirements of the prosumer or high-end enthusiast in mind. JVC designed the small sized HD Everio GZ-HD10 thinking of the needs of budget-conscious users, but offering a high quality KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS and a 40GB hard disk that provides up to 16 hours of high-definition recording. The GZ-HD10s 1440x1080 AVCHD recordings are also up converted for playback at 1920 x 1080/50P via HDMI. All three of the new HD Everio camcorders can connect to the optionally available CU-VD50 Everio SHARE STATION with stand alone playback. The new HD Everios can also connect to the JVC CU-VD3 SHARE STATION to offer an even more cost-efficient archiving and playback solution. The combinations offer the worlds first PC-less solution for AVCHD and MPEG-2 burning and playback, with AVCHD DVD discs that can be shared with commonly available AVCHD compatible/Blu-Ray players.
1920 x 1080 Full HD Recording
The GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30 both have three AVCHD recording modes that all record Full HD 1920 x 1080 video. The only difference among modes is the bit rate, and while using the highest bit rate yields the highest quality results, the image quality is remarkable even using the lowest bit rate EP mode. And since 1920 x 1080 is truly native HDTV resolution, it requires no conversion on the part of the display device to show high definition images. The GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30 also have the FHD mode for recording Full HD 1920 x 1080 MPEG-2 Transport Stream video with MPEG-1 Layer 2 audio. The GZ-HD10 records solely in 1440 x 1080 AVCHD format.
Model / Record Mode GZ-HD40 (120 GB) GZ-HD30 (80 GB) GZ-HD10 (40 GB)
XP 15hr. 10 hr. 5 hr.
AVCHD 1920x1080 SP 21 hr. 14 hr. 1440xhr. For all camcorders
EP 50 hr. 33 hr. 16 hr.
MPEG-2 TS 1920x1080 1440x1080 FHD 1440CBR* 10 hr. 6 hr. 10 hr. 6 hr.
Micro SDHC Card (8GB) System Bit Rate
1hr (VBR) Ave. 17 Mbps
1hr 28 min. (VBR) Ave. 12 Mbps
3hr 20min (VBR) Ave. 5 Mbps (VBR) Ave. 26.6 Mbps (CBR) Ave. 27 Mbps
*For HDV compatible stream via i.LINK
Continuous shooting time and typical shooting time are approximate. To record video, a microSDHC card with Class 4 or higher performance is required. microSD memory cards (256MB to 2GB) and microSDHC memory cards (4GB and 8GB) have been tested for the following brands: Panasonic, Toshiba, SanDisk, ATP. Note that using other media may result in recording failure or data loss.
New CMOS Chips with Interpolation Technology
The image sensors used in the new HD Everio line are newly developed small size but high resolution 1/3 and 1/4.5 CMOS chips. This CMOS uses proprietary interpolation technology based on what JVC developed for its 3CCD cameras. This algorithm makes it possible to generate virtual pixel data (orange diamond area shown in illustration below) from the red, green and blue physical pixels, thereby providing image information that actually surpasses whats required for 1920 x 1080 Full HD imaging, or for 1440x1080 imaging in the GZ-HD10.
HD Gigabrid Duo Engine
*GZ-HD10 pixels are not diagonal
JVCs HD Gigabrid video engine, which processes in full 1920 x 1080 progressive video, was the result of years of experience in signal-processing technology, and uses five digital noise-reduction algorithms as well as signal processing to improve horizontal scan resolution by approximately 20 percent over JVCs previous interlace technology, for an extremely clear and sharp image. New this year with the HD Gigabrid Duo engine is its further advanced integration, adding the AVCHD codec (GZ-HD40/30/10), and incorporating all functions of the previous HD Gigabrid engine (including MPEG-2 codec for GZ-HD40/30), as well as the USB Host controller function for use with an Everio SHARE STATION.
1080p 50 Frame per second Progressive Output Function
Enabling output of a 1080p 50 fps progressive signal on all three models allows recordings to be enjoyed on high-end displays. Using the same high power DynaPix technology as in JVC advanced displays, conversion to 1920 x 1080p at 50 fps provides seamless natural video, free of motion judder during fast action activities, jaggy lines on angles, and moir patterns on fine detail when zooming. 1920x1080 HD discs played back from CU-VD50 or via the camera from CU-VD3 SHARESTATIONs are also converted to 50 fps progressive.
HDMI (V.1.3. with x.v.Colour)
The new JVC HD Everio Camcorders record using x.v.Colour technology. The universal standard xvYCC, known as x.v.Colour, provides more accurate colour reproduction with more detail and shades that look more natural to the human eye. It can display 100 percent of the colours that the human eye is capable of perceiving, whereas the traditional sRGB system can only display approximately 55 percent. The difference in colour reproduction performance is especially noticeable in greens and yellows. These new HD Everio camcorders output to televisions directly using HDMI (V.1.3. with x.v.Colour).
sRGB only covers 55% of visible colours
xvYCC covers 100% of visible colours
Graphics provided by: JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) x.v.Colour and its logo are trademarks
These new HD Everio models minimise the risk of missing an important shot with faster response time for many operations. For instance, the time lag from pressing the trigger to the start of recording is only 0.08 seconds (trigger sound set to off). That is nearly instantaneous, and a great improvement over the more common 0.6 second delay. Likewise, the time it takes to power-on the unit has been reduced to 0.6 seconds, whereas competitive models may take over a second-and-a-half. And to play footage, it takes only 3.5 seconds to display the playback picture, which is about half the time required for other manufacturers products. These improvements can mean the difference between capturing a crucial shot or missing it. As well, JVC HD Everio camcorders include functions to help achieve satisfaction in shooting worthy of high definition * Hybrid HDD and MicroSD Recording. * Auto Light * Focus Assist and Manual settings * Simultaneous to Video Progressive Still Shooting * Quick power off * 2.8/ (2.7 GZ-HD10) Clear wide LCD with Auto Backlight Brightness * Mic input and Accessory Shoe * Direct Backup button * In Camera File Editing (AVCHD) JVC has equipped its new HD Everio models with new functions to enhance usability. First is the Intelligent Grouping function which at the touch of a button rapidly sorts through and categorises the recordings stored on the camcorders hard disk into different groups. Up to 1,000 scenes can be grouped in three seconds or less. With scenes categorised, users will have faster and easier access to desired scenes, a real convenience as the hard drive fills up. As an extension of this technology, Digest Playback automatically generates a video montage of just the highlight scenes when HD Everio recordings are copied to a DVD. This digest version of the disc contents, looking much like a coming-attractions clip, will help the viewer get a general idea of what the disc is about, saving precious time.
Extremely Quick Response, Designed for high quality shooting
Innovations in Ease of Use
PC-less Archiving using Exclusive DVD Burners
By connecting the GZ-HD40/HD30/HD10 directly to an optional CU-VD50 or CU-VD3 HD Everio SHARE STATION via USB, the user can burn 12cm AVCHD discs from all cameras, or MPEG-2 data discs from the GZ-HD40 and 30 to make backups and permanent archives of selected scenes in any desired order with just a few simple steps. There are several options for selecting clips to be burned to disc all clips, manually specified clips, clip files not yet copied, by date, video playlists created in-camera and comprised of multiple user-selected clips, or by event type for those clips that have been tagged with an icon representing an event category (e.g. birthday, baby, graduation, vacation, etc.).
Created AVCHD discs can be played on AVCHD compatible/Blu-ray players. The CU-VD50 can also be used as an external DVD drive/burner when connected to a PC. The CU-VD50 plays back on a TV via HDMI in 1920x1080 50p and with x.v.ColourTM, analogue component and as well in standard definition video. The slim CU-VD3 offers the same burning features, but with playback via the camcorder.
All three models are equipped with USB2.0 and HDMI digital interfaces on the camcorder. The Docking Station supplied with the GZ-HD40 is equipped with USB2.0 and i.LINK (IEEE 1394).
Full Complement of Interfaces
USB is primarily for file saving, HDMI for digital viewing on large screen displays, and i.LINK streams high definition video in full resolution or the 1440CBR mode. High definition video streamed by i.LINK in the 1440CBR mode is HDV-compatible and allows footage to be edited using HDV-compatible software (functionality might be limited with some applications). HD recorded material is down-converted for output in standard definition via the analogue component/ composite output.
High Value Software Supplied
For editing and archiving via PC, the new HD Everio models come with the CyberLink BD Solution software suite for Windows. This includes PowerDirector 6 NE for HD video editing, PowerProducer 4 NE for authoring high definition Blu-ray discs, AVCHD discs and DVD-Video discs, PowerCinema NE for Everio for HD file management and playback, and PowerDVD 7 NE for playback of AVCHD discs. The GZ-HD40/HD30 also come with a plug-in that allows HD Everios MPEG-2 files to be used with Apple iMovie HD 6 and Final Cut Pro 5 or 6 video software for the Macintosh. For all camcorders AVCHD files can be used with Apple's AVCHD applicable software without a plug-in for the Macintosh.
Model name Video / Audio recording and playback format Image sensor GZ-HD40 GZ-HD30 GZ-HD10 AVCHD H.264 / Dolby Digital (AC3) 2ch 1/4.5 CMOS 1.84 Megapixel Video: F Wide(1.8)-Tele(2.5): f=3.2mm-32mm (35mm lens equiv.: 42.2mm-422mm) Optical 10x Zoom (digital 200x zoom)
AVCHD H.264 / Dolby Digital (AC3) 2ch MPEG-2 TS/ MPEG-1 Audio Layer II 1/3 CMOS 2.68 Megapixel
Video: F Wide(1.8)-Tele(2.2): f=4.5mm-45mm (35mm lens equiv.: 50mm-500mm) Optical 10x Zoom (digital 200x zoom)
Filter diameter Microphone Monitor Still format Hard disk capacity Interfaces on camcorder Interfaces on docking station Power source Approx. power consumption Dimensions (W x H x D)
43.0 mm (0.75 mm pitch) Stereo 207,000-pixel 2.8-inch colour LCD (16:9 wide screen) 123,000-pixel 2.7-inch colour LCD (16:9 wide screen) JPEG (supports DCF, DPOF and PRINT Image Matching III) 80 GB 40 GB
HDMI output, USB mini-connector, AV output (3.5mm mini plug) terminal, component output, microSD card slot, microphone input, DC-in, headphone output (except GZ-HD10) USB mini-connector, AV output (3.5mm mini plug) terminal, component output, i.LINK output, DC-in (AC adapter) DC 11.0V, (Battery) DC 7.2V 6.6 W 4.8 W 71 x 68 x 123 mm 2-13/16 x 2-11/16 x 4-7/8 inches (including maximum extrusion) 430g (.95lb), 440g (.98lb), 475g (1.05lb) including 525g (1.16lb) including BN-VF808 battery BN-VF815 battery
73 x 68 x 123 mm 2-7/8 x 2-11/16 x 4-7/8 inches (including maximum extrusion) 455g (1.01 lb), Approx. weight 540g (1.2 lb) including BN-VF815 with strap battery
Approx. continuous shooting time (typical time including zoom in parentheses)*3
Battery type LCD Backlight Standard Brightness Model GZ-HD40 GZ-HD30 GZ-HDhour. (30 min) BN-VF808 BN-VFhour 25 min. (45 min.) 2 hour. (1 hour) BN-VFhours 10 min (1 hour 5 min) 3 hours and 5 min (1 hour 35 min)
GZ-HD40/30 Approx. number of stills*4
Image size Image mode 512MB 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB HDD 2432 x 1368 16:9 pixels Fine/ Standard 330/ 510 670/ 1040 1350/ 2100 2700/ 4200 5420/ x 1080 16:9 pixels Fine/ Standard 510/ 800 1040/ 1630 2100/ 3210 4200/ 6410 8420/ x 1368 4:3 pixels Fine/ Standard 440/680 880/ 1370 1790/ 2770 3580/ 5540 7180/ 1440 x x 480 4:3 pixels 4:3 pixels Fine/ Standard Fine/ Standard 680/ 1060 3320/ 5980 1370/ 2160 6720/ 9999 2770/ 5540/ 8700 9999
*4 Number of still pictures is approximate.
GZ- HD10 Approx. number of stills*4
Image size Image mode 512MB 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB HDD 1920 x 1080 16:9 pixels Fine/ Standard 510/ 800 1040/ 1630 2100/ 3210 4200/ 6410 8420/ x 1080 4:3 pixels Fine/ Standard 680/ 1060 1370/ 2160 2770/ 4360 5540/ 640 x 480 4:3 pixels Fine/ Standard 3320/ 5980 6720/ 9999
Provided Accessories AC Adapter, Battery Pack, Shoulder Strap, AV Cable, USB Cable, Component Video Cable, Remote Control, Software CD-Rom CD-ROM Contents Digital Photo Navigator (for Windows ) CyberLink BD Solution Power Cinema NE for Everio (for Windows ) PowerDirector 6NE (for Windows) PowerProducer 4NE (for Windows) PowerDVD 7 NE (for Windows) QuickTime component for Everio (for Macintosh) (GZ-HD40/HD30 only.)
PC Connection Kit System Requirements <Windows > Digital Photo Navigator CyberLink BD Solution Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition(SP2) / Professional(SP2) (Pre-install model) *It must be equipped with a standard USB 2.0 interface. Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic / Home Premium (32-bit edition, pre-installed) CPU: <GZ-HD40/HD30> Intel Pentium 4, at least 3.2GHz (Intel Core Duo, at least 1.66GHz recommended.) Intel Pentium M at least 1.8GHz *For AVCHD, Intel Core Duo, at least 1.66GHz. <GZ-HD10> Intel Core Duo, at least 1.66GHz. RAM Windows XP: At least 1GB Windows Vista: At least 2GB Unused space on hard disk drive: Approx. 750 MB or up needed. When creating a Blu-ray disc, 30GB or up is required. (60GB or up is recommended). *Even if a PC meets the listed system requirements, there may be cases of dropping frames during HD playback, or editing may take excessive time. For faster and more responsive operation, we recommend use of a PC with higher performance such as with an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and 2GB RAM. (For AVCHD editing, Intel Core 2 Duo at least 2.4GHz recommended.) <Macintosh> <GZ-HD40/HD30> QuickTime component for Everio (for MPEG-2) Hardware: Macintosh with 1.25GHz or faster PowerPC G4/G5, or Intel Processors. (Intel CoreDuo at least 1.66GHz recommended) * It must be equipped with a standard USB 2.0 interface. OS: Mac OS X (10.4.4 to 10.4.11, 10.5.1 to 10.5.2)
RAM: At least 512 MB, at least 1GB recommended *The software for AVCHD is not included. The applicable software is required and please refer to its System Requirements. <GZ-HD10> *The software for Macintosh is not included. The applicable software is required and please refer to its System Requirements.
Above conditions do not guarantee operations of all PCs with provided USB 2.0 interfaces. Above conditions are as of June 16, 2008. They are subject to change. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Apple, Apple logo, Macintosh, Mac OS, QuickTime iMovie, and Final Cut Pro are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. in the United States. HDV and the HDV logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation and Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC). "AVCHD" and the "AVCHD" logo are trademarks of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Sony Corporation. Other company and product names are registered trademarks of their respective companies. Product outer design and specifications may be changed without notice. Details will be available in the JVC catalogue and on the JVC website.
CU-VD50 Everio DVD Burner -- Specifications
Interface 5 Discs that CU-VD50 supports* per 4.7GB media per 8.5GB media per 4.7GB media per 8.5GB media USB 2.0 DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-R DL Approx.30 min.(30min.XP mode, 4GB) Approx.60 min.(60min.XP mode, 8GB) Approx.20 min.(20min.FHD mode, 4GB) Approx.45 min.(40min.FHD mode, 8GB) Provided USB cable USB 2.0 or USB 1.MB DVD-R Max. x8 DVD-RW Max. x6 DVD-R DL Max. x6 DVD-R Max. x8 DVD-RW Max. x8 DVD-R DL Max. x8 CD-R Max. x24 CD-RW Max. x24 CD-ROM Max. x24 DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-R DL DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-R DL, CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW 'Windows XP Home Edition / Professional (pre-installed) 'Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium (32-bit edition, pre-installed) Intel Pentium III 800 MHz or up (Pentium 4 2GHz or up recommended) 128 MB or up (256 MB or up recommended) Provided USB cable with Everio CyberLink PowerProducer 4NE (provided with Everio, for DVD creation) CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite (provided, for data writing)
While connecting with Everio GZ-HD40/ HD30/HD10
AVCHD Record time (*Recording time is changed by title volume) MPEG-2
Interface cable Interface Data buffer capacity Writing Data transmission speed Reading
Writing Compatible discs Reading OS While connecting with PC OS CPU RAM Interface cables Support software
Support discs Output terminals
DVD-R DVD-RW DVD-R DL
Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Standard current *5: The CU-VD50 does not support 8-cm discs. *6: Depending on the disc the CU-VD50 may not function optimally, so using manufacturers media mentioned above that was tested with the CU-VD50 is recommended. HDMI cable is not included with the CU-VD50. The CU-VD50 does not support Macintosh. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Other names of companies and products are registered trademarks of those companies. Product outer design and specifications may be changed without notice. Details will be available in the JVC catalogue and on the JVC website.
Everio Direct Burning created disc. Everio and CU-VD50 provided software created disc. AVCHD disc. HDMI, Component (Y,Pb,Pr), Video, AUDIO L/R JVC, TDK, Verbatim, SONY JVC JVC, Verbatim 6 x 1.7 x 7.7 inches (152 x 42 x 195 mm) Approx. 2.03 lbs (920g) 2.3A
For further information, please contact: Ken Tsuji Manager Corporate Communications Department JVC Europe Ltd. T: +F: +firstname.lastname@example.org Or contact your local JVC PR representative in your country more info on www.jvc-europe.com
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