JVC has added three new high definition camcorders to its HD Everio line with the GZ-HD40, GZ-HD30, and GZ-HD10.
The JVC Everio GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30 are the world’s first AVCHD and MPEG-2 dual-format camcorders, allowing access to the long time compression enabled by AVCHD, as well as MPEG-2’s editing and post-production environment.
The GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30 offer 1920 x 1080 Full HD recording in both formats to a 120GB (GZ-HD40) or 80GB (GZ-HD30) internal HDD.
The GZ-HD40 with a 120GB hard disk drive allows for up to 50 hours of AVCHD Full HD video recording - a world's first.
New technologies behind the scenes in the new JVC Everio camcorders include new CMOS imaging chips with interpolation technology, the HD Gigabrid Duo chip that includes codecs for AVCHD in all camcorders and MPEG-2 in the GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30 as well as noise reduction technology, and 1920 x 1080/60P output for all camcorders via HDMI™ (V.1.3 with x.v.Color).
Ease of use innovations include Intelligent Grouping, which sorts and groups together similarly themed scenes for easier access, and Digest Playback, which creates a video montage of scenes, much like a “coming attractions” clip, when they’re burned to a DVD.
The third new model, the JVC Everio GZ-HD10, offers 1440 x 1080 recording in the AVCHD format to a 40GB hard drive.
All three new JVC HD Everio HDD camcorders will be released in August. The GZ-HD40 has an MSRP of $1,299.95, the GZ-HD30 has an MSRP of $999.95, and the GZ-HD10 has a list price of $799.95.
Via this JVC announcement.
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