In this JVC DLA-RS3000 4k Projector First Look Review we take a quick look at some of the details of the new HDTV built by JVC. JVC have long been known for their plasma screen TV’s and digital DVD players. When I first looked at their digital DVD player it was quite impressive. I had not thought it possible to watch a DVD movie in high definition, let alone one on a HDTV. When I connected the TV to my computer, though, the impressive theater effect disappeared. It was difficult to see the detail of the actors’ movements on the screen.
On the first look it seemed that JVC had developed an HDTV with a true high definition resolution. The screen appeared to be a split screen, but when I saw the real screen it was obvious that this was indeed true. There were many other attractive features on this new JVC DLA-RS3000 4K Projector, including its eight kilo pixels LCD panel, the two stage Auto Focus system, and digital surround sound.
The camera included with the HDTV was a little less impressive. It did not take a very large amount of memory cards, nor did it capture a large amount of video. Despite this, the picture was still sharp, the picture quality clear, and there was very little noise. In short, this camera performed well, but was not the best HDTV camera for the price.
The next item up for comparison was the JVC DLA-RS300, a smaller, simpler 4K Projector. This Projector had slightly fewer features and also came with a lower price. This camera was also built by JVC, but unlike the earlier model, it did not include the Auto Focus feature. It also did not have as many built-in features as the RS3000, but for the money it was a good choice.
Next up was the JVC DLA-ML300. This camera provided a good bit of value for the consumer, being one of the cheapest Projectors on the market. It also offered great picture quality, a decent amount of memory, and was built solidly. While the camera did not offer many bells and whistles compared to the earlier models, it was still a great option. This DVR was also priced fairly, giving buyers a good bit of value for the money spent. In this first look review of the JVC DLA-MR300 we will look at how it measures up against the competition.
Like the JVC DLA-RS3000, this camera offered high quality in a small package. It took up just over three inches on the diopters, which is about as big as you would expect for a digital camcorder these days. The design of the camera was simple, with simple plastic parts housing the vital internal components. There are no frills on this model, just a simple design.
This camera is not without its flaws, however. While the motion activation feature worked quite well for the most part, it did have a tendency to activate accidentally when people were in a somewhat rush. This meant that it was a good idea to be a little more careful when recording, but other than that the features of the JVC DLA-MR3000 are above average. It did however have a tendency to freeze up or shut down unexpectedly, something that could be very annoying if this happened while you were in a rush.
Overall this was a great camera for the consumer. The JVC DLA-MR3000 is small, easy to use, and inexpensive, while delivering excellent performance. These are the three things that we thought you should know about the JVC DLA-MR3000. From the first look at the camera the durability, functionality, and ease of operation are clear. If you are looking for an entry level digital camcorder that has great picture quality and a decent memory card, this is definitely worth checking out.