I "acquired" a video camcorder off my mum about October last year, and havent used it so I thought I may as well get rid and use the money to buy her a cooker instead of it gathering dust.
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She bought the camera on the 18th March last year for £305 (still got the reciept), mainly for me sisters wedding. But me sister never got married in the end so its been used once just to play around with when she got it.
The unit itself is in mint condition having never really been used and includes the following extra's:
- 5x JVC MiniDV tapes (4 unopened)
- JVC Camcorder carry bag
- Remote control
The camcorder itself is excellent quality, the usual high standards that the world has come to expect from JVC with anything to do with VHS (they invented it all lol).
As its MiniDV (small form factor version of Digital VHS), videos can be easily transferred to your PC at high speed to burn off as DVD's. You can use either IEEE1394 (Firewire) or USB 2.0 to do this.
It also incorporates an SD Card slot and can take upto 2.0 megapixel photo's, although I don't really see the point in this myself.
Looking for around £160 for this, its only been used once really and is just sitting around in my flat with no purpose in life and feeling generally uninvolved with current world affairs, so its better that someone has it who will make use of it.
Oh yeah, its tiny too!