JVC unveiled the new Everio GZ-X900 that features a complete redesign and some cool new features.
JVC calls the Everio GZ-X900 or Everio X a hybrid. Seems this term gets a bit over used in the camera world. Samsung announced yesterday the hybrid Samsung NX cameras, meaning something different with hybrid.
The cool feature of the Everio X is the ability to shoot simultaneous 5MP still photos while recording Full HD video – photos can be shot at shutter speeds as fast as 1/4000 second without interrupting video recording. The Everio X is a small, light, all-in-one camera that offers the powerful shooting combination of Full HD video and nine megapixel still photos
A 10.3MP CMOS sensor is at the heart of the JVC Everio GZ-X900. The high quality 9MP digital still photos the camera shoots correlate directly to the un-interpolated performance of this 1/2.33-inch CMOS sensor. For the first time ever, it is also the source of 1920 x 1080/60i Full HD AVCHD format video. The camera records at a stunning 1,000 TV lines of horizontal resolution – close to the theoretical maximum of 1920 x 1080 Full HD.
JVC’s new proprietary optical image stabilization (OIS) technology applies camera shake compensation optically at the Everio X lens entrance to ensure effectiveness throughout the zoom range and allow high quality shooting without a tripod. Everio X also uses a new KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS with a 5X optical zoom.
Further contributing to the camera’s high image quality is JVC’s HD Gigabrid Premium image processing engine. In addition, face detection technology assures accurate focus and exposure, and HDMI V.1.3 with x.v.Color provides increased color accuracy when connected to HDTV displays.
The Everio GZ-X900 will be available in June at a nationally advertised value of $999.95.
Via this JVC Announcement.
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