JVC Camcorder GZ-MG135AG

04-08-2009 01:57 AM
New bee

I tried playing my video files (with .mod) using WMP. The audio is fine but the picture just won’t show or sometimes, the picture is just stationary (not moving). Can anyone advise what is wrong. reply

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10-29-2010 10:56 PM
andrew Wong

I recently lost my driver CD for my Camcorder JVC GZ-MG135AG. Can anyone tell me where I can get a download.

Thank You

My e-mail address: andrewbtwong@gmail.com reply

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03-04-2011 01:50 AM
alexgreen

codecs:
http://www.codecguide.com/download_k-lite_codec_pack_mega.htm reply

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01-09-2012 08:03 AM
Dani-k

I recently lost my driver CD for my Camcorder JVC GZ-MG135AG. Can anyone tell me where I can get a download.

Email address: daanichai@hotmail.com reply

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05-09-2012 05:17 PM
Timpleng

(Camera) I had owned an earlier model of a Samsung SD card camcerdor and it did a fine job. I sold it to a friend and later regretted it, so recently decided to update and get the newest incarnation of this series. I’m sorry to be the bad guy, but I have to say I’m not pleased with this particular model. I’m simply going to make a list of the reasons I’m going to return this camcerdor to the store: 1) A past model had a swivel strap area so you could pivot the camera body up or down for odd angle shooting and this feature has been removed from this model. 2) The F50 does not save all of your menu settings. For instance, if you set the digital image stabilization feature and power the camcerdor off, the feature will reset to off and you must go into the menu each time you power the camcerdor on in order to use it. Some of your custom settings will be saved others will not. VERY inconsistent and VERY inconvenient when you’re trying to quickly capture a moment. That aside, the digital I.S. feature just barely works once you’re more than midway past the full zoom area, everything shakes very bad. 3) The F50 takes still shots and says they are 1.9 megapixels. They are far worse than even today’s cheapest cell phone photos. My guess is that the F50 is really taking 640 480 stills and interpolating (blowing up) the photos to a larger size. Regardless, they are horrible in quality. 4) The top-mounted microphone catches even the tiniest puff of wind noise. Going into the menu and setting the wind feature only helps a small amount. The microphone should have been front-mounted. 5) The video format is still interlaced meaning you see ragged edges on everything in the video until you run it through video editing software to fix this. Other modern camcerdors now avoid this there is no reason the F50 can’t as well. So again, I’m sorry to be the bad guy, but I just cannot recommend this camcerdor to anyone, even at it’s low price. Far too many design glitches were allowed to slip out, and the frustrations of using the device far outweigh any fun in using it. I’m not a newbie to tech or using camcerdors I know what to expect for the price, and while the F50 isn’t expensive, some of the design/use flaws in it are inexcusable at any price point. Shop around. reply

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