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JVC GZ-HD320JVC Everio GZ-HD320 Camcorder - 1080p - 3.05 MP - 20 x optical zoom - Onyx black

Hard disk drive, Flash card, F/1.9-3.2

The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 features a 1/4.1-inch 3.05 megapixel CMOS image sensor. It offers full HD recording - full 1920 x 1080 resolution - and it maintains native 1920 x 1080 resolution through playback, enabling output of a 1080p 60 fps progressive signal to make the most of high-end HD displays. Using the same Genessa processing technology used in JVC HD televisions, conversion to 1920 x 1080 at 60 fps provides seamless natural video, free of motion judder during fast action activities, jaggy... Read more

 

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Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
Halstrick 3:58pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 
Excelent camcorder This camcorder is great! Fits perfectly in your hand and the video quality is amazing. Totally awesome camera I have perchased and used JVC products for many many years.
hardyn 9:15am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 
I was in the market for a HD camcorder around this price point and found that price vs dollar value for money the GZ-HD320 had alot to offer. This camcorder specs up quite nicely. This is a nice camcorder. I am a happy owner of the GZ-HD40 but I needed a spare camcorder, or a camcorder that my wife can use while I use my own.
r_pradeep2001 8:53pm on Sunday, March 14th, 2010 
BEST QUALITY RECORDING.....GR8 PRODUCT NOTHING REALY EXCEPT IF IT COMES WITH BIG SIZE BATTERY AS THIS ONE LAST 3HRS ONLY

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Easy Start Guide Charge the battery before recording
Turn off the camcorder and attach the battery pack.
Access lamp blinks: Accessing files Do not remove the AC adapter, the battery pack or the microSD card when the lamp is blinking. Power/charge lamp blinks: Charging goes out: Charging finished Open the cover
Battery Pack AC Adapter To AC Outlet (110V to 240V)
The battery pack is not charged at the time of purchase.
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.

Grip Adjustment

Adjust the strap and fasten.
Fasten the strap when you grip the When carrying the camcorder,
camcorder. please be careful not to drop it.

Grip Strap

Fasten

Date/Time Setting

the LCD monitor Q Openon the camcorder to turn

Power button

T Select the city closest to the area where you use

the camcorder

LCD monitor
R Select [YES] within 10seconds
Slide your finger up and down on the sensor. Then touch OK.
U Select [ON] if daylight saving time is observed

V 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. Touch the sensors with your finger. The sensors do not function if you touch them with your finger nail or with gloves on.
Touch sensor: Sets the date and time }: Moves the cursor to the right OK: Clock starts

S Select [CLOCK SETTING]

Video recording

CAUTION

Before recording an important scene, it is recommended to conduct a trial recording.
Q Slide the mode switch to select ! (video) mode R Select recording mode (REC)
The mode changes when you press the button. The auto recording indicator appears.

S Start recording

Press the START/STOP button to start recording, and press it again to stop.
Remaining space on the hard disk Video Quality Record-standby

Recording

Playing back
Q Select playback mode (PLAY)
The mode changes when you press the button.
R Select the desired file

Index screen

S Select F (Touch OK)

Playback screen

To perform operations such as forward search or reverse search (Zp.24) To view files on TV (Zp.32)
Do not forget to make copies after recording!

Format a microSD card when using it for the first time
Select [FORMAT SD CARD] to format the card. (Zp.68)
1 Open the microSD card cover. 2 Firmly insert the card with its clipped

edge first.

3 Close the microSD card cover.

RECORDING/PLAYBACK

Recording Files

Video Recording

Slide the mode switch to select ! (video) mode.
Press PLAY/REC to select the recording mode.

SNAPSHOT

Press START/STOP to start recording.
Approximate remaining time for recording You can also start/stop recording by selecting [REC] on the LCD monitor. (On-screen recording control)
To stop recording Press START/STOP again. To view the last recorded scene Select A while recording is paused. Selecting $ during playback deletes that scene. To record a still image during video recording Press SNAPSHOT.
To change the video quality Change the settings in [VIDEO QUALITY]. (Zp.64)
The video recording mode is automatically selected when you turn off the camcorder and then If the camcorder is not operated for 5 minutes while the power is on, it turns itself off
If you do so, the driving sound (hum) of the hard disk may be recorded. turn on again.
Do not move or shake the camcorder suddenly during recording.
automatically to conserve power.

Still Image Recording

Slide the mode switch to select # (still image) mode.
Press and hold SNAPSHOT halfway.
The ? indicator becomes green when the captured image is focused.
Press SNAPSHOT fully to take a still image.
To view the last recorded image Select A after shooting. Selecting $ during playback deletes that image. To change the image quality Change the settings in [IMAGE QUALITY]. (Zp.64) To change the image size Change the settings in [IMAGE SIZE]. (Zp.64) To record still images continuously Set to [CONTINUOUS SHOOTING] in [SHUTTER MODE]. (Zp.63)
DIS (Digital Image Stabilizer) does not function during still image recording. If the camcorder is not operated for 5 minutes while the power is on, it turns itself off The sides of still images recorded in 16:9 size may be cut off when printed. Check whether 16:9
size prints can be printed at your local print store.
Recording Files (Continued)

Zooming

Preparation: Select ! or # mode. Select the recording mode. Zoom out Zoom in
Checking the Remaining Battery Power

! mode: # mode:

Press INFO twice or INFO and then select ;. Press INFO.

W: Wide angle

T: Telephoto
You can also zoom out/zoom in by selecting [W] or [T] on the LCD monitor. (On-screen zoom control) Zoom ratio (factory-preset) To quit the screen Select [QUIT] or press INFO.

! mode

[20X / OPTICAL]

# mode

To change the maximum zoom ratio (! mode only) Change the settings in [ZOOM]. (Zp.64)

Event Screen

Playing Back MTS Files
MTS files (demonstration files, etc.) are stored in the EXTMOV folder. Follow the procedure below to play back the MTS files in the EXTMOV folder. Preparation: Select ! mode. Select the playback mode.
You can search the desired file by the event that you registered the file to when recording. (Zp.23) After searching by the event, you can search by the recording date to narrow down the search.
1 Select. 2 Select [SEARCH EVENT].
1 Touch MENU. 2 Select [PLAYBACK OTHER FILE].
3 Select the event. 3 Select the file you want to play back. 4 Select the recording date.
To display all the files, select [ALL]. To return to the normal file playback mode Select @.
5 Select the file you want to play back.
An MTS file is created in the EXTMOV folder when management information is corrupted.
To return to the index screen Select @. To quit the screen Select [QUIT]. To change the event registration of a file See page 39.

Manual Recording

Manual recording mode enables you to set the focus and screen brightness, etc. manually.

Manual Setting in Menu

In the manual recording mode:
Changing to Manual Recording Mode
1 Touch MENU. 2 Select [MANUAL SETTING].

Select [A/M] twice.

3 Select the desired menu.
To return to the auto recording mode Select [A/M] so that the @ indicator appears.
4 Select the desired setting.
Depending on the kind of settings you select, you can set the value by using the touch sensor. To return to the previous screen Select @. To quit the screen Select [QUIT].
Manual Recording (Continued)
Menus Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset 1 [OFF]: Deactivates the function. 5 NIGHT: Records with more sensitivity in dim locations by adjusting the shutter speed automatically. V TWILIGHT: Makes evening scenes look more natural. 6 PORTRAIT: The subject in the foreground is accentuated by blurring the background. H SPORTS: Records fast moving subjects clearly. G SNOW: Compensates for subjects that may appear too dark when shooting in extremely bright surroundings, such as in snow. / SPOTLIGHT: Select this when a spotlight makes a subject appear too bright. @ [AUTO]: The focus is adjusted automatically. 3 MANUAL: @ A Adjusts the focus manually. (When zooming, the : subject will not go out of focus if you adjust the focus at the telephoto (T) side before zooming to the wide angle (W) side.) The image becomes black and white. The outline of focused object is displayed in blue. Use this for adjusting the focus more precisely. Adjust the focus, then select [SET] to fix the focus. @ [AUTO]: The brightness is adjusted automatically. 3 MANUAL: 6 to +6: Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1. @ [AUTO]: The brightness is adjusted automatically. 3 MANUAL: 2.0 to +2.0 (EV): Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1/3EV. @ [AUTO]: The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. 3 MANUAL: 1/2 to 1/4000: The smaller the value, the faster the shutter speed. # mode @ [AUTO]: The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. 3 MANUAL: 1/2 to 1/4000: The smaller the value, the faster the shutter speed.

SCENE SELECT Adjusts the exposure and shutter speed to suit your surroundings or the subject.
N FOCUS Adjusts the focus.
FOCUS ASSIST Assists you to adjust the focus.

g ADJUST BRIGHTNESS

Adjusts the brightness.

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.
It is recommended to use the tripod when recording with a slow shutter speed.
Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset @ [AUTO]: White balance is adjusted automatically. 3 MANUAL: 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 camcorder so that the white paper fills the screen. 2) eep touching OK until the B indicator K appears.
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

- BACKLIGHT COMP.

Backlight compensation brightens the subject by increasing the exposure.
1 [OFF]: Deactivates the function. 0 ON: Activates the function.
Enables you to adjust the brightness in the desired spot when backlight compensation does not work well.

PHOTOMETRY AREA

6 [WHOLE SCREEN]: Brightness is adjusted automatically 7 SPOT: Brightness for the specified spot is adjusted
automatically. 1 [OFF]: No effect is used. J SEPIA: The image has a brownish tint like old still images. K MONOTONE: The image becomes black and white like old movies. L CLASSIC FILM*: This effect skips frames to give images of an old movie atmosphere. M STROBE*: The image looks like a series of consecutive snapshots. * ! mode only 1 [OFF]: Deactivates the function. 0 ON: Activates the function.

for whole screen.

w EFFECT
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).
Set [TELE MACRO] to [OFF] if you will not take close-up still images. Non-close-up still images will be blurred if [TELE MACRO] is set to [ON].

USING WITH TV

Viewing Files on TV
This camcorder is designed to be used with high-definition or NTSC-type color television signals. It cannot be used with a television of a different standard.
When connecting to the HDMI cable, the

Connection with TV

You can output videos from the HDMI connector, COMPONENT connector, or AV connector. Select the connector that best suits your television. Preparation: Turn off all units. To connect using the HDMI mini connector We recommend using the Category 2 HDMI cable (High Speed cable).

DC Connector HDMI Mini Connector
image or sound may not appear on the TV properly depending on the TV connected. In such cases, perform the following operations. 1) isconnect the HDMI cable and D connect it again. 2) urn off and on the camcorder again. T
To connect using the COMPONENT connector

DC Connector AC Adapter

AV Connector

COMPONENT Connector

COMPONENT
AV Cable To AC Outlet AC Adapter Component Cable
HDMI Cable (optional) (Mini to full-sized HDMI cable) To AC Outlet

HDMI Connector

COMPONENT Audio L/R Input Input Connector Connector Video Connector is not in use. NOTE
Change the settings in [COMPONENT OUTPUT] according to the connection. (Zp.67)
To connect using the AV connector
DC Connector AC Adapter AV Connector

Playback Operation

After the connection with TV is completed
1 Turn on the camcorder and the TV. 2 Set the TV to its VIDEO mode. 3 (Only when connecting the camcorder to
the VCR/DVD recorder) Turn on the VCR/DVD recorder, and set the VCR/DVD recorder to its AUX input mode. (Zp.24, 25)
4 Start playback on the camcorder.

To AC Outlet AV Cable

To display camcorders on-screen display on TV Set [DISPLAY ON TV] to [ON]. (Zp.67)
When the video was recorded with x.v.Color set to [ON], change the x.v.Color setting on TV. (Zp.64) For details, refer to the TVs instruction manual.

AV Input Connector

Change the settings in [VIDEO OUTPUT] to suit the screen size of your television. (Zp.67)
Operating in Conjunction with TV via HDMI
Connecting the camcorder to an HDMI-CECenabled TV using the HDMI cable allows you to utilize the following convenient functions. Operation method 1
HDMI-CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)
is an industry standard that enables interoperability between HDMI-CEC compliant devices that are connected via HDMI cables. ! urn on the T camcorder. # elect the playback S mode. $ onnect the HDMI C cable. Operation method 2 TV turns on automatically and switches to HDMI input mode when the camcorder is turned on.
Not all HDMI-control devices comply with
the HDMI-CEC standard. The HDMI control function of the camcorder will not work when connected to these devices. The camcorder is not guaranteed to operate with all HDMI-CEC-enabled devices. Depending on the specifications of each HDMI-CEC-enabled device, some functions may not work with the camcorder. (For details, refer to the instruction manual of your TV.) Unintended operations may occur with some connected devices. In these cases, set [HDMI CONTROL] to [OFF]. Preparation: Connect an HDMI cable between the camcorder and the TV. (Z p. 32) Turn on the TV and set the HDMI-CEC related setting to on. (For details, refer to the instruction manual of the TV.) Turn on the camcorder and set [HDMI CONTROL] to [ON]. (Z p. 67)

7 Select [YES]. 8 Touch OK.

2 Select

3 Touch the touch sensor to select the

face to zoom.

4 Select

5 Adjust the zoom area.

Touch the touch sensor to move the area Select
upwards or downwards. + to change the zoom ratio.

Playlists

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.

Creating Playlists

1 Touch MENU. 2 Select [EDIT PLAYLIST].
6 Select the insertion point.
To add other files, repeat steps 5 and 6. To delete a registered scene, select the

3 Select [NEW LIST].

registered file, then select [CANCEL].
7 Select [SAVE]. 8 Select [SAVE AND QUIT].
4 Select an item and display files.
To quit the screen Select [QUIT]. Display all files individually. [CREATE BY GROUP]: Display all files listed by group. [CREATE BY DATE]: Display all the files listed by recording date. [CREATE BY EVENT]: Search for an event and display the corresponding files listed by recording date.

[CREATE FROM SCENE]:

To add a picture title after creating a playlist See page 45.
A maximum of 99 playlists can be created. If you delete the original files, the
corresponding files are also deleted from the playlist.

Playlists (Continued)

Creating Playlists Including Picture Titles You can easily create a playlist including a picture title.

Playing Back Playlists

1 Press TITLE.
1 Touch MENU. 2 Select [PLAYBACK PLAYLIST].
2 Select the desired picture title.

3 Select the playlist.

You can check the picture title in full-screen by selecting [CHECK].
3 Select the desired file.
To stop playback Select L. To quit the screen Select [QUIT]. To play back from the desired scene 1) n step3, select [CHECK]. (The index I screen for playlist appears.) 2) elect the desired scene. S
You can check the scene by selecting [CHECK].

4 Select [OK].

When playing back a playlist with a picture
title, playback starts after the title is displayed for 5 seconds. When adding a picture title to playlist, mark appears on the left side of the file name.

Other Operations of Playlists
You can perform additional editing and delete files in a created playlist. Adding/Deleting Files in Playlist After performing steps 1-2 (Zp. 43)
3 Select [EDIT]. 4 Select the playlist you want to edit.
To add or delete files, follow the steps 5 to 8. (Zp. 43)
Deleting Playlist Original files are not deleted even if you delete the playlist. After performing steps 1-2 (Zp. 43)
3 Select [DELETE]. 4 Select a playlist you want to delete.
To delete all playlists at once, select [DELETE ALL]. select [YES].
5 When [DELETE PLAYLIST?] appears,
Adding a Picture Title to Playlist After performing steps 1-2 (Zp. 43)
3 Select [SET TITLE]. 4 Select the desired playlist. 5 Select the desired picture title.

COPYING

Copying Files
Types of Copying and Connectable Device
The Camcorder You can copy files between the HDD and microSD card with this camcorder alone. DVD Burner CU-VD50/CU-VD3 You can copy files recorded on this camcorder onto discs. BD Burner LaCie Model No. 301828 You can copy files recorded on this camcorder onto discs. USB External Hard Disk Drive You can copy files recorded on this camcorder onto a USB external hard disk drive. PC You can copy files from the camcorder to a disc using a PC. VCR/DVD Recorder You can dub video recorded on this camcorder onto VCR/DVD recorder.

Copying/Moving Files

You can copy or move files between the HDD and microSD card.

! mode # mode

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.
3 Select [COPY] or [MOVE].
It is recommended to use the JVC DVD
Recommended USB external hard disk drive
Seagate LaCie FreeAgentTM Desk series Design by Neil Poulton series
burner (CU-VD50/CU-VD3). When using CUVD20 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.
USB external hard disk drive with the capacity

over 2TB cannot be used.

[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 in the source medium.

5 Select [EXECUTE].

The files are copied on the disc. When When [INSERT NEXT DISC PRESS
[STOP] TO EXIT CREATE] appears, change the disc. Remaining files are copied on the second disc. To cancel copying, select [STOP]. [COMPLETED] appears, touch OK.
1 Select [CREATE FROM ALL] (!
mode) or [SAVE ALL] (# mode).
Copying Video Files that Have Never Been Copied Files that have never been copied to the discs are automatically selected and copied.
2 Select the desired menu.

2 Press DIRECT DISC.

# mode: [ALL IMAGES] All files in the recording medium are copied. ! mode: [UNSAVED SCENES] # mode: [UNSAVED IMAGES] Files that have never been copied are automatically selected and copied.

! mode: [ALL SCENES]

3 Select [YES] or [NO].

by playlist.

[YES]: Displays the thumbnails by group. [NO]: Displays the thumbnails by date or

4 Select [EXECUTE].

3 Select [EXECUTE].
The disc begins to be created. When When [INSERT NEXT DISC PRESS
[COMPLETED] appears, touch OK.

4 Select [YES] or [NO].

[STOP] TO EXIT CREATE] appears, change the disc. Remaining files are copied on the second disc. To cancel the disc creation, select [CANCEL].
To quit the screen 1) elect [QUIT]. S 2) hen [QUIT?] appears, select [YES]. W
Selecting Files for Backup Preparation: Select ! or # mode. Select HDD or microSD card. Connect the camcorder to the BD/DVD burner. When using a BD burner, select [CHANGE REC. MEDIA] and select the disc type.
1 Select [SELECT AND CREATE] (!
mode) or [SELECT AND SAVE] (# 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]: Select files individually. 1) elect the desired file. To select other S files, repeat this process. 2) elect [SAVE]. S

# mode:

[YES]: Displays the thumbnails by group. [NO]: Displays the thumbnails by date or The files are copied on the disc. When When [INSERT NEXT DISC PRESS
[CREATE 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. [CREATE BY EVENT]: Files are sorted according to event. Relevant files are displayed in a list. Select the event. [CREATE BY PLAYLIST]: Select the desired playlist from the list of playlists. The selected playlists are displayed in a list. 1) elect the desired list. S 2) elect the insertion point. To select S other lists, repeat this process. 3) elect [SAVE]. S [SELECT FROM SCENES]: Select files individually. 1) elect the desired file. To select other S files, repeat this process. 2) elect [SAVE]. S

Refer to the help of the provided Everio MediaBrowser software when you use the PC to operate the data in the USB external hard disk drive directly copied from the camcorder.
Dubbing Files to a VCR/DVD Recorder
Preparation: Create a playlist. Turn off all units. To connect using the AV connectors (analog dubbing)
2 Set the VCR/DVD recorder to its AUX

input mode.

Check that the images from the camcorder are input correctly to the VCR/DVD recorder.
3 Play back playlists on the camcorder.
1) ouch MENU. T 2) elect [DUBBING PLAYBACK]. S 3) elect the desired playlist. S 4) elect [YES]. (A black screen is S displayed for 5seconds at the first and the last scene.)
4 At the point you want to start
Refer to the VCR/DVD recorders instruction manual.
dubbing, start recording on the VCR/ DVD recorder.
To stop dubbing Stop recording on the VCR/DVD recorder. To hide the date or icons on the screen Change the settings in [DISPLAY ON TV]. (Zp.67)

VCR/DVD Recorder

AV Connector (Input)

PC OPERATION

Creating a Disc Using a PC
You can copy the data from the camcorder and create a disc using a PC. Q Installing the software to the PC
1 Click [Easy Installation].
System Requirements Windows Vista OS: Windows Vista Home Basic (SP1) Home Premium (SP1) (32-bit, pre-installed) Follow the on-screen instructions.

2 Click [Next].

CPU: Intel CoreTM Duo, 1.66 GHz or higher (Intel CoreTM 2 Duo 2.13 GHz or higher recommended.) RAM: At least 2 GB Windows XP OS: Windows XP Home Edition (SP2/SP3) Professional (SP2/SP3) (pre-installed)

3 Click [Finish].

CPU: Intel CoreTM Duo, 1.66 GHz or higher (Intel CoreTM 2 Duo 2.13 GHz or higher recommended.) RAM: At least 1 GB To check the PC specification Right-click on [Computer] (or [My Computer]) in the [Start] menu and select [Properties]. Everio MediaBrowser icons are created on the desktop.
Make sure your PC has a recordable BD/ If your system does not meet the
DVD drive. requirements, it is recommended to copy files using the BD/DVD burner. (Zp.47) Macintosh users may use the software included with their Macintosh (iMovie 08, iPhoto) to import files to their computer. Preparation: Load the provided CD-ROM into the PC. In Windows Vista, the auto play dialog box appears.
Everio MediaBrowser Player is a software that plays AVCHD discs on the PC. (DVD discs cannot be played.) To see the Instruction Guide for Everio MediaBrowser
1) ouble-click the icon of Everio D MediaBrowser. 2) lick [Help], and click [MediaBrowser Help]. C

Click Click

Making Backup on the PC
3 Click [All volume in camcorder] and

click [Next].

The demonstration only works when the AC adapter is If a microSD card is in the camcorder, demonstration will not
take place even if this mode is set to [ON]. connected, not with the battery pack.

( AUTO POWER OFF

If the camcorder is not operated for 5 minutes while the power is on, it turns itself off automatically to conserve power.
OFF: Disables the function. [ON]: Activates the function. To turn the camcorder on again, close the LCD monitor and open it again when using the battery pack. When using the AC adapter, perform any operation such as zooming. OFF: Turns off the operation sound. [ON]: The melody sounds when operations are performed.

\ OPERATION SOUND

Turns on/off the operation sound.
Enables the recording button [REC] on the LCD monitor.
Settings: [ ] = Factory-preset OFF: Deactivates the function. [ON]: Activates the function. OFF: Deactivates the function. [ON]: If the LCD monitor is opened again within 5minutes, the camcorder starts quickly. The power consumption used for the 5 minute period after the LCD monitor is closed is approximately 1/3 that used during recording. This enables you to save more power than leaving the power on. OFF: Deactivates the function. [ON]: Activates the function. To turn on the camcorder when the drop detection worked, close the LCD monitor and open it again.

RECORD BUTTON

` QUICK RESTART
Enables the camcorder to start up quickly when you turn off the camcorder and then on again within 5 minutes by closing and opening the LCD monitor.

^ DROP DETECTION

Prevents damage to the HDD by turning off the power automatically when it is detected that the camcorder dropped.
The built-in hard disk of the camcorder may not be protected When recording/playback stops even if the camcorder is not
dropped, set the setting to [OFF] or set [REC MEDIA FOR VIDEO] to [SD]. (Zp.68) even if the setting is [ON].

] REMOTE

Turns on/off reception of the operation signal from the remote control.
OFF: Does not receive the signal from the remote control. [ON]: Enables operation with the remote control. OFF: Makes created DVDs recordable (not playable on device other than the camcorder). [ON]: Finalizes created DVDs so that they can be played back on DVD burner.

_ AUTO FINALIZE

Sets the DVD to a readable state.
When you play back a DVD created when [OFF] is set on
DVD burner, select [FINALIZE] on the DVD creation screen. (Zp.49) When you create two or more DVDs at the same time, other than the last DVD is finalized automatically even if the setting is [OFF].
Updates and improves the system software.

UPDATE

YES: Performs this function. [NO]: Cancels this function.

exposed to strong light. appear on the TV properly depending on the TV connected. In such cases, perform the following operations. 1) Disconnect the HDMI cable and connect it again. 2) Turn off and on the camcorder again.
The remote control does not work. When connecting to the HDMI cable, the image or sound does not appear on the TV properly. HDMI-CEC functions do not work properly, and the TV does not work in conjunction with the camcorder.
When connecting to the HDMI cable, the image or sound may not
TVs may operate differently depending on the specifications,
even if they are HDMI-CEC compliant. Therefore, the HDMI-CEC functions of the camcorder cannot be guaranteed to operate in combination with all the TVs. In such cases, set [HDMI CONTROL] to [OFF].
Trouble The language on the display changed. Cannot upload the file to YouTube Action
It may occur when you connect the camcorder to a TV with
different language setting using an HDMI cable. Create your account.
If a malfunction occurs in the HDD ! erform [FORMAT HDD]. (All data is deleted.) P #f this does not solve the problem, contact the JVC customer service for repairs. I To reset the camcorder when it does not operate normally ! lose the LCD monitor and remove the power supply (battery pack or AC adapter) from the C camcorder, then reattach it. # xecute [FACTORY PRESET]. (Zp.66) E

Other problems

You need your YouTube account to upload files to YouTube. Refer to Q&A, Latest Information, Download Information, etc. Refer to Q&A, Latest Information, Download Information, etc.
in [Click for Latest Product Info] in the help of the provided Everio MediaBrowser software. in [Click for Latest Product Info] in the help of the provided Everio MediaBrowser software.
Cannot export the file to iTunes

Warning Indications

Indication SET DATE/TIME! COMMUNICATING ERROR CANNOT USE IN VIDEO MODE NOT FORMATTED FORMAT ERROR! DATA DELETION ERROR HDD ERROR! Action
Set the clock. If the message still appears after setting the clock, the battery for the clock has been depleted. Consult your nearest JVC dealer. Be sure to use JVC battery packs. Set [REC MEDIA FOR VIDEO] to [HDD]. Replace the microSD card. (Files recorded with other devices Select [OK] and select [YES] to perform formatting. Check the operating procedure, and perform once again. Turn off the camcorder, and turn it on again. Perform formatting. (All data is deleted.) Turn off the camcorder, and turn it on again. Perform formatting. (All data is deleted.) Remove and re-insert the microSD card. (MultiMediaCard
that support AVCHD cannot be played back on this camcorder.)

MEMORY CARD ERROR!

Remove any dirt from the microSD card terminals. Insert the microSD card before switching the power on. Turn off the camcorder, and turn it on again. Stop video recording, and then record a still image. (If an Set [REC MEDIA FOR VIDEO] to [SD], then record to a Turn off the camcorder and turn it on again. Prevent the camcorder from vibration and shock.

attach the camcorder to the tripod securely. If the camcorder drops, you may be injured and the camcorder may be damaged. When a child uses the unit, there must be parental guidance. Declaration of Conformity Model Number : GZ-HD320U/300U Trade Name : JVC Responsible party : JVC AMERICAS CORP. Address : 1700 Valley Road Wayne, N. J. 07470 Telephone Number : 973-317-5000 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.
JVC Software License Agreement
JVC SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT

4 LIMITED WARRANTY

IMPORTANT
TO CUSTOMERS: PLEASE MAKE SURE TO READ THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM NAMED DIGITAL PHOTO NAVIGATOR (Program) ON YOUR PC. The right to use the Program is granted by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) to You only on the condition that You agree to the following. Should You not agree to the terms hereof, You may not install or use the Program. HOWEVER, INSTALLING OR USING THE PROGRAM INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

1 COPYRIGHT; OWNERSHIP

You acknowledge that all copyrights and other intellectual property rights in the Program are owned by JVC and its licensor, and remain vested in JVC and such licensor. The Program is protected under the copyright law of Japan and other countries, and related Conventions.

 

Technical specifications

Full description

The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 features a 1/4.1-inch 3.05 megapixel CMOS image sensor. It offers full HD recording - full 1920 x 1080 resolution - and it maintains native 1920 x 1080 resolution through playback, enabling output of a 1080p 60 fps progressive signal to make the most of high-end HD displays. Using the same Genessa processing technology used in JVC HD televisions, conversion to 1920 x 1080 at 60 fps provides seamless natural video, free of motion judder during fast action activities, jaggy lines on angles and moiré patterns on fine details when zooming. The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 is also equipped with HDMI V.1.3 with x.v.Color. Among the colors that the human eye can see, x.v.Color technology, based on the xvYCC color standard, can display 100 percent compared to about 55 percent with sRGB. So when connected to an x.v.Color compatible HDTV, the pristine world of high definition can be enjoyed to its fullest. A Konica Minolta HD lens, developed especially for Everio, provides a high-performance "eye" for the capture of Full HD resolution images, and also delivers a high optical zoom ratio of 20x which is among the highest for HD camcorders. The JVC Everio GZ-HD320 features the AVCHD UXP mode with an unprecedented bit rate of up to 24Mbps to deliver more detailed, sharper images with less noise. UXP mode is ideal for storing to Blu-ray or an external hard disk drive.

General
Product TypeCamcorder - 1080p
Width2.1 in
Depth4.4 in
Height2.7 in
Weight11.5 oz
Enclosure ColorOnyx black
Main Features
Camcorder Sensor Resolution3.05 Mpix
Widescreen Video CaptureYes
Media TypeHard disk drive, flash card
Color SupportColor
Optical Sensor TypeCMOS
Optical Sensor Size1/4.1"
Analog Video FormatNTSC
Digital Zoom200 x
Shooting ModesDigital photo mode
Shooting ProgramsSpotlight, portrait mode, night mode, sports mode, twilight mode, snow
Exposure ModesProgram, automatic
Face DetectionYes
Digital Video FormatAVCHD
Still Image FormatJPEG
Remote ControlRemote control - infrared
Memory / Storage
Hard DriveHard disk drive - built-in - 120 GB
Image StorageJPEG 640 x 480 JPEG 1440 x 1080 JPEG 1920 x 1080
Lens System
TypeZoom lens - 2.9 mm - 58 mm - f/1.9-3.2
Focal Length2.9 mm - 58 mm
Focus AdjustmentAutomatic, manual
Auto FocusTTL contrast detection
Lens ApertureF/1.9-3.2
Optical Zoom20 x
Zoom AdjustmentMotorized drive
Filter Size30.5 mm
Lens ManufacturerKonica Minolta
FeaturesBuilt-in lens shield
Additional Features
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay10 sec, 2 sec
Low Lux / Night ModeYes
Digital Still Camera FunctionYes
Built-in LightYes
Additional FeaturesAuto power save, Dolby Digital AC-3 (2 channel) recording, face detection, YouTube capture mode
Display
TypeLCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.7" - color
Display Form FactorRotating
Display Format123,000 pixels
Microphone
TypeMicrophone - built-in
Microphone TechnologyElectret condenser
Microphone Operation ModeStereo
Microphone FeaturesWind noise reduction
Connections
Connector TypeUSB 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x DC power input 1 x HDMI output 1 x component video output
Expansion Slot(s)1 x microSD
Software
SoftwareDrivers & Utilities, JVC Digital Photo Navigator
System Requirements for PC Connection
Peripheral DevicesUSB port, CD-ROM drive
Miscellaneous
Cables IncludedUSB cable A/V cable Component video cable
Power
Power DevicePower adapter - external
Battery
Supported Battery Details1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature104 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandJVC
Part NumbersGZ-HD320, GZ-HD320BUS

 

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