Records high-quality Full HD 3D video (MP4 MVC).
3.5-inch auto-stereoscopic touch panel LCD.
Touch GUI works well.
64GB on-board flash memory.
Also accepts SDXC cards.
Poor still quality especially indoors.
Definitely need a larger battery.
By PC Advisor on May 15, 2012
It goes without saying, but without the correct TV setup the GS-TD1 is largely pointless. The 3D quality is among the best we’ve seen from a consumer camcorder, but the proprietary files means playback is limited to a direct TV connect. A decent...60
By itreviews.com on October 11, 2011
JVC has really set the bar when it comes to consumer level 3D video recording with its dual-HD lens system providing superb 3D imagery, backed up by low-light sensors and decent stereo sound. It might even be enough to persuade you that 3D is here to...100
By DigitalVersus on July 19, 2011
The JVC GS-TD1 is great camcorder for 2D and 3D video: it's easy to use, but has a less powerful zoom than the Sony TD10, a narrower lens and no real optical stabilisation. That said, it does manage to cram more detail into the frame than its...80
By 5FWD on June 08, 2011
If you're in the market for 3D camcorder, the JVC Everio GS-TD1 should definitely top the list. Unfortunately, as well as being the best, it's also one of the most expensive, with a price tag well in excess of a thousand pounds. JVC Everio...80
By Smarthouse on June 08, 2011
You may have noticed that human beings have two separate eyes, rather than two lenses feeding a single eye. Yet the latter has been the approach taken by previous consumer 3D camcorders, with just a single sensor fed by a dual-lens arrangement. The...90
By Trusted Reviews on June 01, 2011
With the Everio GS-TD1, JVC has produced the first consumer-grade camcorder to shoot two frames of Full HD in 3D mode, using a pair of parallel lenses and CMOS sensors. The resulting MP4 format is proprietary, but JVC’s approach also means better...90
By Pocket-lint on May 18, 2011
The JVC Everio GS-TD1 redefines what we can expect of a 3D camcorder. This shooter may be a tad cumbersome, but compared to a pro-rig it’s a masterpiece of compact engineering. We loved the unparalleled creative control on offer, and 3D image...90
By RegHardware on May 06, 2011
Make no mistake; JVC’s GS-TD1 is a highly specialised camcorder. I certainly wouldn’t advocate buying it unless you have a serious interest in 3D photography. However if 3D is an area you want to be creative in, this is by far and...85
By CamcorderInfo on April 06, 2011
If you are in the market for a high-end 3D camcorder you only have three options at the moment: the JVC GS-TD1, the Sony HDR-TD10, and the Panasonic HDC-SDT750 (and other Panasonic models that can use the VW-CLT1 3D conversion lens). There are also a...-
By Digital Trends on March 30, 2011
We have to give JVC props for taking a huge step forward in home video, leaping from 2D to 3D with the GS-TD1....80