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JVC GC-PX10 Hybrid Camera gets Officials!

6 October 2011 3,167 views No Comment

Leading manufacturer of video and audio equipments, JVC just announced a new hybrid camera that uses advanced high-speed imaging engine to shoot both high-quality 12 megapixel stills and stunning Full HD 1920 x 1080/60p video – GC-PX10. Designed for both amateurs as well as professionals, JVC GC-PX10 offers 60 shots per second still image shooting, 300 frames-per-second video recording, and ability to capture pristine still images from video.

JVC GC-PX10

JVC GC-PX10 hybrid camera gets power from FALCONBRID high-speed imaging engine. FALCONBRID is a single-chip technology, which produces enough processing power to record Full HD progressive video at 36Mbps with rich, detailed images. Great combination of camcorder and digital camera, JVC GC-PX10 features a 1/2.3” 12.75 megapixel back-Illuminated CMOS sensor, which brings ultimate in everything user capture from this hybrid camera.

Pre-loaded ISO6400 mode increases sensitivity when shooting in dark environments. It allows rapid-fire still shooting of 8.3 megapixel (3840 x 2160) stills at 60 shots-per-second, up to 130 shots total per burst, or 12 megapixel stills at 30 frames-per-second. For super-slow motion shooting, the GC-PX10 can shoot video at 300 frames-per-second. Its VGA (640 x 360) image resolution makes it more than sufficient for online posting and viewing. JVC GC-PX10 lets user to record an entire soccer game in super-slow motion.

Other handy features include 32GB of internal memory, SDXC/SDHC card slot, tiltable 3-inch touch-screen display, HDMI output, Advanced Image Stabilizer, 10X optical zoom, KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS, headphone input, microphone output and much more. JVC GC-PX10 will be available this month for $899.95.

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