JVC exposes its cameras

JVC will be showing its range of 4KCAM and ProHD camcorders, including the latest firmware update for the GY-LS300 Super 35mm 4K camcorder
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JVC will be showing its range of 4KCAM and ProHD camcorders, including the latest firmware update for the GY-LS300 Super 35mm 4K camcorder, which adds a J-Log mode, Cinema 4K/2K recording and a prime zoom feature.

The company’s smaller handheld 4K cameras, the GY-HM170 and GY-HM200, have also just had a free firmware upgrade, adding a 120fps slow motion recording mode for greater creativity.

Live streaming is a key feature of many of JVC’s camcorders, including the handheld GY-HM650, the shoulder-mounted GY-HM850 and the GY-HM890 studio camera. In addition, the company’s collaboration with Streamstar means that remote control of JVC camcorder settings and zoom functions/presets is now available from within the Streamstar live production software; unique IP video stream inputs enable JVC streaming camcorders located anywhere in the world to be used in live production.

JVC’s studio offerings have also increased through its collaboration with Bradley. The JVC GY-HM890 will be featured in its full studio configuration, along with a number of Bradley products, including the fully-integrated HDC-160 PTZ camera, the U4_J remote head for the GY-HM600/650 camcorders and the Z-Head remote head for the GY-HM170/200 camcorders. JVC will also be demonstrating Bradley’s Multi-Function Controller and Remote Camera Panel Mk3, along with the RD_11 multi-channel radio data transceiver and RD_12 miniature wireless CCU controller. JVC has also launched the DT-N Series of studio monitors, offering professional connectivity and features. There are three models in the series – the DT-N17F, DT-N21F and DT-N24F, with 17.3-inch, 21.5-inch and 23.8-inch panels respectively – each supporting up to Cinema 2K 2048x1080P signal sources.

by Philip Stevens

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