Hello! I want to buy me a camcorder and I have the following herrausgesucht:
- Canon MV850i - Canon MV960 JVC-D290
What can you tell me about these models in terms of quality (video / sound), processing and service?
Which would you choose for you?
Antwort von Jan:
on the MV 960 can hardly be said that, since they will only be delivered the next day. From the technical data here: the microphone input of the Panasonic "stolen" joystick controller, variable zoom speeds, there are some good new features, the Canon first in the class had not. About the Picture and sound quality can only speculate.
The JVC was formerly from Sony, Canon and JVC at an advantage because it is the only company to have a Mikrofoneingeng in the price range have, but this has with the new Canon's last, which have synonymous s.MV 900 of these.
From the 290s, it would be possible to dub the film with USB, will, if desired, Canon s.MVX 45 I. If only for most users, but little sense, because for most of the dubbing Orginalprogamm would be removed. From the 270 gibts One is Live Slow slow motion feature -'s needs.
Lowlight and the stabilizer are modest, as is unfortunately often the case with JVC beginners.
The 850i has a much better stability is stronger in lowlight, but has a very bad Anglevon Wide 32 ° at 4 / 3 (JVC 41 °) - there are simply missing by 2 people in the picture. Canon says it better than the recorded sound after Konkkurenten. The 'real life' strong bold colors by DIG! C DV signal processor is a matter of taste, Canon would possibly want to Panasonic's 3 CCD color mimic (Canon indeed synonymous as # 2 on the video camera manufacturers, and I think this year it will happen, the new MV series makes her much more, the DC 10 or 20 is selling better now than SonyDVD) cameras.
Be included at a dubbing of AV IN for Canon has not, as in JVC only on tape.
Yes pure would guarantee at Canon 1 year (+1 years warranty) and provided pure JVC 2 years warranty.
In the whole, however, are the two old but very close together.
Antwort von max:
Hello Jan, Thanks for the overview. I will probably wait until the MV 960 comes out.