Shoots great HD video
Excellent video quality
Extensive enthusiast features
Very good photos (both need lots of light)
'The four sibling models--the JVC Everio GZ-HM300, HM320, HM340, and HD500--deliver subpar video for even their dirt-cheap prices. '
'It also has a 20X optical Konica Minolta zoom lens and a 1.37 megapixel CMOS sensor to focus and record high quality video. '
'Like all 2010 HD Everio cameras, the new GZ-HM340 features a KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS, currently one of the world’s smallest and slimmest HD lenses. '
'The body is made up of shiny plastic material but it still feels well constructed.'
'Garish-looking design with hard-to-use buttons . '
'The display is clear, albeit a bit dark; it can't really compete with the Kodak Zi8's brilliant 2.5-inch screen, but the Kodak is a larger device.'
'Landscape/macro toggle .'
'The video is compressed using H.264, so the top data rate is relatively generous for 1,440 x 1,080 footage.'
'astonishing 700x digital zoom'
'easy video downloading'
'The camcorder managed to register nearly all the colors in our test chart very accurately. '
'The sleek coloured body has no accessory shoe or minijacks for microphone and headphone. '
'Prone to image noise.'
'performance, and image quality didn't live up to its high price tag.'
'lack of a viewfinder'
'The JVC GZ-HD3 is a good choice for the low end Prosumer.'
'lens engulfs the majority of the front end.'
'This pricey camcorder didn't deliver top-notch video quality'
'Overall, we're big fans of the MG57's design, but unfortunately the video quality just isn't quite there.'
'its awkward control scheme and terrible video quality make this a camcorder to avoid.'
'camcorder is small–really small, about the size of a large fist.'
'awkward control scheme'
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