JVC GZ-HM1 HD Everio camcorder

[CES 2010] JVC’s GZ-HM1 HD Everio camcorder might debut at CES 2010, but it won’t be out until March later this year for $1,199.95. At that price point, what can you expect from it? For starters, it packs in 64GB of internal flash memory which can further be augmented by slotting in an SD/SDHC memory card of your choice. Shooting stills and videos should be a joy with its seesaw-style zoom lever, direct control buttons with multi-function control alongside an accessor shoe, headphone out and mic in jacks. We would have liked to see more color choices at that price, although this one comes in just black just like Henry Ford’s Model T all those years ago. Check out the rest of the nitty gritty right after the jump.

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  • 64GB Internal Flash Memory
  • SD/SDHC memory card slot
  • 1/2.3″ 10.62 Megapixel Back-illuminated CMOS Sensor
  • Real 10 Megapixel Stills with ISO6400 High Sensitivity
  • Optical Image Stabilization System with Advanced Image Stabilizer
  • 16x Dynamic Zoom
  • Time-Lapse REC
  • High-Speed Recording (600fps) for Ultra-Slow Motion Playback
  • 15fps 10 Megapixel Motor Drive Shooting
  • Simultaneous Recording of Full HD Video and 5.7 Megapixel Stills
  • K2 Technology for High-Quality Audio
  • Shooting-Oriented Design
  • One Touch Export
  • One Touch Upload to YouTube (HD Compatible)
  • Direct DVD Creation with SHARE STATION
  • Face Detection
  • Auto Flash & Auto Illumi. Light
  • Laser Touch Operation
  • Everio MediaBrowser

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