JVC GZ-MG330HUS R/B (Diamond Silver)

(Factory Refurbished) Everio Digital Camcorder with 1.8" Hard Disk Drive Konica Minolta Lens and 35X Optical Zoom

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Product Features:
  • 2.7" 16:9 Widescreen LCD screen
  • HDD/micro SD Hybrid digital camcorder with Konica Minolta Lens
  • Konica Minolta 35x optical lens
  • 800x Digital lens
  • 4:3 and 16:9 Recording modes
  • 30 GB Internal hard disk drive
  • 7 hour 10 minute recordings at the highest quality (Ultra-DVD Movie)
  • 1/6" 680K pixel CCD
  • Micro SD Card slot
  • Gigabrid Imaging Engine delivers improved image quality
  • Laser touch operation
  • Auto LCD Backlight control
  • Built-in lens cover
  • Multi-language (English, Spanish, French, Japanese)
  • Built-in image stabilization minimizes picture blur
  • NightAlive for full-color shooting in low-light conditions
  • Dolby Digital AC3 Recording
  • Special effects: Portrait, spotlight, twilight, sports and snow
  • Please send the product back to the manufacturer if there are any problems
  • 90 Day Manufacturer warranty
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
Product Specifications:
  • Display resolution: 640 x 480
  • Video format: MPEG-2-PS
  • Audio format: Dolby Digital
  • Still: JPEG (PictBridge, DPOF Compatible)
  • 1/8" Hard disk drive and microSD memory card
  • Recording speeds: Ultrafine, fine, normal, eco
  • 30.5mm Filter diameter
  • USB 2.0 AV Input/Output
  • 1 Composite A/V input/output
  • 1 DC Power input
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Dimensions: 4.5"D x 2.2"W x 2.7"H

Camcorder Specifications

Camcorder Type
Camcorders are electronic devices that are used to record audio and video. There are many different types of camcorders.

Digital: Camcorders that record onto a digital source are considered a digital camcorder.

DVD: These types of camcorders will record directly onto a DVD or a Mini DVD-R.

HDD: HHD (Hard Disk Drive) camcorders will record directly on to a built-in hard drive.

Mini DV: These are camcorders that use mini tapes to record the audio and video data onto.

HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
Removable Memory Type
If the unit includes a removable memory card slot, then it allows you to load maps, digital photos, MP3s, and possibly other digital media files using a removable digital media cards such as an SD Card. Often times, you can expand on the typically small memory card included with the unit and purchase a higher capacity memory card that stores more data. Removable digital media cards include SmartDigital™ (SD), MultiMedia Card (MMC), TransFlash™, and Memory Stick®.
MicroSD Card
LCD Screen Size
This is the size of the LCD screen that the device has. The size is measured diagonally in inches.
The majority of cameras on the market have a viewfinder used to frame the object before the picture is taken. Some of the newer cameras do not have a traditional viewfinder, but only have a LCD display to preview the object before the picture is taken.

This will identify whether or not the object has a viewfinder.

Power Source
The type of battery the item uses. Some batteries are rechargeable, while others are not.

Rechargeable alkaline, nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride, lithium ion, and lithium ion polymer are all examples of rechargeable batteries.

Some batteries are integrated and built into the item, while others are removable.

Connection Type
How the unit is connected to its source to send and receive information and data.

On some items such as wire or cables, this specifies how the cables connect to transfer the signals.

USB 2.0
Primary Color
This is the main color of the item.
The width of the item from left to right (side-to-side) measured in inches.
The height of the item, measured from top to bottom, in inches.
The front-to-rear depth of the item, in inches. If the item is angled or slanted, this value is the bottom measurement.

Lens Specifications

Shutter Speed
This is the cameras range of shutter speeds. The speed is measured in seconds.
1/2 - 1/1000
Digital Zoom
The amount of digital zoom refers to how many time the camera will zoom in on an object digitally. This generally involves digitally cropping an image while keeping the same aspect ratio.

When looking for a quality zoom camera, it is better to look for a great optical zoom than a digital zoom. A optical zoom maintains the detail of the zoomed image, whereas the digital zoom can lower the quality if zoomed in to much.

800 x
Optical Zoom
The optical zoom on a camera is the best way to zoom in on an object. This will increase its size on the final image.

The optical zoom is the most accurate choice for zoom as it will keep the quality of the object as one is zooming in on it.

35 x

Recording Specifications

High-Definition Recording
This means that the camcorder is capable of recording in HD (High-Definition). HD brings greater clarity and more detail to your videos.
Recording Format
This is type of recording format that the camera, camcorder, of other recording device will record on. Examples of recording formats include miniDV tapes, Hard Disk Drives, Internal Flash Memory, and more.
HDD / miniSD
Maximum Recording Time
This is the maximum amount of time that the camcorder can record onto a single source. This mainly applies to the camcorders with built-in digital memory. The use of tapes will limit the length of maximum recording time because there is limited room on a tape. Removable memory cards can have different memory capacities that will affect the length of recording time.
37-1/2 hours
Image Stabilization
Image Stabilization is technology that results in a clear and not blurry image. The image stabilizer allows the camera to steady itself, even when the user holding the camera has shaky hands.
Video Capture Format
This is the type of format that the camcorder has the ability to generate. If more than one format is listed, the camcorder can be adjusted to whichever format the user wants to record at.
Audio Recording Technology
This is the manner in which the camera, camcorder, or other recording device will record an audio track.
Dolby Digital AC3

Image Capture Specifications

Built-In Flash
This feature means that the camera has a flash built-in. A flash is a bright artificial light that is flashed instantaneously at an object to illuminate it. There are many purposes used for using a flash, but the most common is that of adding light to an object that does not have enough on its own.

Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
Not warranted
Labor Warranty Duration
Not warranted
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(Factory Refurbished) Everio Digital Camcorder with 1.8" Hard Disk Drive Konica Minolta Lens and 35X Optical Zoom


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