JVC Everio GZ-MG750
Standard definition; MPEG-2/ NTSC recording; 1/6-inch CCD image sensor; Electronic image stabilization; Program and Automatic exposure modes; Multiple scene modes; 80GB built-in memory; SD/SDHC memory card storage capability; Konica Minolta lens; 39x optical zoom; 45x Dynamic Zoom; 2.7-inch color LCD display with touch scroll bar and buttons; Super LoLux low light technology; Time-Lapse Recording; Auto-Recording; One-Touch upload to YouTube; 2-way grip belt; Motion Detection Technology; Li-ion rechargeable battery
The GZ-MG750 is a standard-def camcorder loaded with a hefty 80GB of internal storage, plus SD/SDHC card compatibility. It's yet another in JVC's recent line of Everio cams, and has the same cool body style as the others in the GZ line. Let's face it, there are a lot of manufacturers producing standard camcorders these days with all the typical features like Image Stabilization, multiple program modes, and high-range zooms, and JVC would likely have to come up with something pretty special to distinguish themselves from the line-up. We're not sure if the GZ-MG750 is it or not, but it's a viable option to explore if you're in the market for something that performs all the basic functions for a relatively reasonable price tag.