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JVC GC-QX3U Review

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The GC-QX3U is the newest, state-of-the-art, digital still camera from JVC. The 3.34 Mega Pixel CCD allows for high quality pictures at resolutions up to 2032 X 1536.
Pro-Still Technology offers several modes that improve picture even further when photographing stationary subjects.
The 6 Mega Pro-Still mode uses advanced pixel shifting to create an even higher resolution image equivalent to over 6 mega pixels. NR Pro-Still can be used to dramatically reduce picture noise by up to 9db.
DR Pro-Still allows digital stills that approach the same wide latitude of conventional film by creating separate exposures for highlight & shadow areas. Then these separate exposures are combined. This, in effect, triples the cameras dynamic range.
The GC-QX3U offers maximum creativity & convenience with collage modes, video e-mail capability, auto flash and a 200,000 pixel 2" TFT View Screen..
This JVC digital still camera is easy to connect via USB terminal, and both Windows & Apple drivers are provided. A special high speed connection is also offered for the matching JVC GV-SP2 printer.


Specifications

Links
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
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Review URL:  
Test Shots URL:  
Photo Gallery URL:  
Device Forum URL:  
Manufacturer URL: Mfr. Website

General
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Model Number: GC-QX3U 
Camera Format: Compact 
Currently Manufactured: No 
Retail Price: $799.00
Street Price: $500.00
Price Update Date: 2002-07-12
Date Available
Remote Control
Remote Control Type
Tripod Mount: Yes
Tripod Mount Material
Operating System
Weight: 330 g
11.5 oz
Weight With Batteries? With 
Size
Warranty in Months

Image Capture
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Image Resolution: 2032×1326, 1024×768, 640×480
Movie Resolution:  
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
CCD Sensor (Megapixels): 3.34
CCD Size (inches):  
CCD Filter Type: RGBG 
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Movie Audio:  
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Lens
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Focal Length (35mm equivalent):  
Zoom Ratio:  
Digital Zoom: Yes 
Digital Zoom Values: 3.2x 
Auto Focus: Yes 
Auto Focus Type:  
Auto Focus Assist Light?  
Auto Focus Min Illum:  
Auto Focus Step:  
Manual Focus: Yes 
Manual Focus Steps:  
Normal Focus Range: 50 cm to Infinity
20.4 in to Infinity
Macro Focus Range: 2 – 50 cm
0.8 – 20.4 in
Min Macro Area:  
Min Aperture: f/11.0
Max Aperture: f/2.8
Aperture Range Description: f/2.8-3.8 (wide-tele), f/5.6, f/8, f/11 (four steps) 
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Display
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Optical Viewfinder: Yes 
Optical VF Type: Real Image 
Optical VF Accuracy:  
LCD Viewfinder: Yes 
LCD VF Accuracy:  
LCD Size (inches): 2.0
LCD Resolution (pixels): 127000
Max Playback Zoom:  

Exposure
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
ISO Settings: 80, 160, 320
ISO Rating Max: 320
Number of White Balance Settings: 2
White Balance Settings:  
Manual White Balance: Yes 
Longest Shutter Time: 4 
Shortest Shutter Time: 1/750 
Exp Adj Range: 2.0 EV
Exp Adj Step Size: 0.50 EV
Metering Modes:  
Spot Metering: No 
Aperture Priority: Yes 
Shutter Priority: No 
Full Manual Exposure: Yes 
Self Timer: 1, 10 seconds

Flash
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Internal Flash: Yes 
No of Flash Modes: 3
Flash Modes: Auto, Off, Red-Eye reduction 
Flash Guide Number (Meters):  
Flash Range Default ISO (meters): 3.0
Flash Range Description:  
No of Flash "Pops":  
Ext Flash: No 
Ext Flash Connection: n/a

Image Storage
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Usable Memory Types: SmartMedia 
Other Memory Types:  
Memory Included (MB): 8.0
Uncompressed Format: TIFF 
CCD Raw Format:  
Compressed Format: JPEG 
Movie File Format:  

Connectivity
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Video Out: Yes 
Video Mode Switchable:  
Video Usable as Viewfinder:  
External Connections: Serial USB 1.1 
Other Connection:  
Included Software: Video Player for Windows 98/Macintosh, USB Driver 
OS Compatibility: Windows 98, Macintosh 

Performance Timing
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Startup Time:  
Shutdown Time:  
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Record -> Play (min res):  
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Power
Model Name: JVC GC-QX3U 
Battery Form Factor: Custom 
Usable Battery Types: BN-V37U 
Batteries Included: BN-V37U
Battery Charger Included: Yes 

More Information
Model Name:
JVC GC-QX3U 
Notes & Features: Special effects Black and White*, Sepia*, and Negi-Posi (*applicable during playback) Camera has unique Pro modes: One doubles resolution using a pixel-shift technique, another increases dynamic range by multi-sampling, a third decreases noise, also by double-sampling.

 

Review

Pros: It's small and has many functions, and the discs hold a lot of pictures.
Cons: It is expensive because it is a relative novelty, and do not get it wet.
The Bottom Line: Most people would find this to be a camera to suit all your needs. Just read and follow the directions and don't get it wet.

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