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Old 06-13-03, 03:22 PM
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Canon ZR60 or JVC GR-DVL30 ? (camcorder)

I need help deciding which digital camcorder to get.
I've narrowed it down between these 2.

The JVC ($399) is $100 less than the Canon ($499).

Give me your pros and cons for either one.

If you know somewhere it's sells for less please list it.

Thanks.
Old 06-13-03, 04:26 PM
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if you do get the JVC, let me know what you think
Old 06-13-03, 04:28 PM
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oh , and ive seen the zr60 for $400 (cnet.com), but the low light is so crappy, its not worth it. its like watching a tv with bad reception. its a shame, i like the camera alot otherwise.
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Originally posted by SpacemanSpiff
oh , and ive seen the zr60 for $400 (cnet.com), but the low light is so crappy, its not worth it. its like watching a tv with bad reception. its a shame, i like the camera alot otherwise.
How low is the light you're talking about ?
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like even with a strong lamp in a room at night, its grainy as hell
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Originally posted by SpacemanSpiff
like even with a strong lamp in a room at night, its grainy as hell
What ? That's ridiculous!
What about the JVC GR30, is it good in low light ?
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i havent tested that one, but its supposed to be almost as bad as the canon

if you goto circuit city, you can buy all those and mess with them and return them with 30 days (i did that with the canon zr 60 and a samsung one, which was better but not good enough)

if you try the jvc or something lmk

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