JVC GR-DVX407 Reviews
Product Type: JVC digital camcorders
Description:Model ID GR-DVX407 / JVC GR-DVX407 - Camcorder - 800 Kpix - optical zoom: 10 x - Mini DV / For every occasion JVC offers a wide range of digital camcorders using the World Standard Mini DV format that puts the emphasis on quality, connectivity and mobility to go places - perfect ... more
JVC GR-DVX407 ... for summer weddings, barbecues and parties. With the launch of a range of different models designed to suit everyone, JVC camcorders are the ideal accessories for the summer. JVC digital cameras are designed to be smaller, sleeker and more user friendly, but with perfect picture performance for any occasion.
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