JVC has announced a new flagship camcorder aimed at professional users that want to capture high-quality video of fast action with impressive slow-motion capabilities. The camcorder is called the GC-PX100 and its capable of recording full HD resolution at 50p, 36 Mbps. JVC says this camera would be appropriate for coaches who want to record high-quality video that can be played back in slow motion.
The camera is able to accommodate five shooting speeds ranging from 100 frames per second to 500 frames per second the shooting speeds are selectable by turning the dial located next lens. The camcorder also has a function the table the ground nine still images in a burst from video at the touch of a button.
The camera supports AVCHD, MP4, and MOV formats and the camera is iFrame compatible in 720p resolution. The camcorder features a F1.2 lens and uses a 12.8-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor. The camera also has integrated optical image stabilization. Pricing and availability for the camera are unknown.
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