• JVC GS-TD1
  • Packed with two lenses and two sensors, the Everio GS-TD1 is JVC's take on a 3D camcorder for consumers.

JVC GS-TD1 Camcorder Review

Packed with two lenses and two sensors, the Everio GS-TD1 is JVC's take on a 3D camcorder for consumers.

Introduction

Packed with two lenses and two sensors, the Everio GS-TD1 is JVC's take on a 3D camcorder aimed at consumers. The unit's bulky design is strange, that's for sure, but the amount of controls and options in 3D mode are unprecedented for a 3D camcorder. The TD1 is also capable of capturing top-notch 2D video, and its 3D lens calibration system is entirely automated, which makes it fairly simple to switch between the two modes.

JVC recently announced a price cut for the TD1, which is now listed as $1699 on the web (it was $1999 upon initial release). It's not cheap, but if you're a 3D video enthusiast the GS-TD1 is one of the few options available.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Color Performance
  4. Low Light Performance
  5. Motion Performance
  6. Sharpness Performance
  7. Ease of Use
  8. Handling
  9. Controls
  10. Recording Options
  11. Hardware
  12. 3D Features
  13. Other Features
  14. Panasonic HDC-SDT750 Comparison
  15. Canon Vixia HF G10 Comparison
  16. JVC GZ-HM1 Comparison
  17. Conclusion
  18. Photo Gallery
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Jeremy is the video expert of our imaging team and Reviewed.com's head of video production. Originally from Pennsylvania and upstate NY, he graduated from Bard college with a degree in film and electronic media. He has been living and working in New England since 2005.
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