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4-4K-JVC-CamerasIt’s camera season here in Vegas, and adding to the mix is JVC, announcing not one (who announces just one camera anymore?) but four new 4K-capable large sensor camcorders. So if you haven’t already had enough new cameras to sift through yet, hit the jump for the details. More »

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JVC-4K-Camcorder-Photography-BayPanasonic unveiled the GH 4K and Sony showed off the FDR-AX100 at CES 2014, and apparently JVC got in on the 4K action as well. While JVC was really at the forefront of consumer 4K with the release of the GY-HMQ10 almost 2 years ago, that camera needed 4 separate SD cards to actually record 4K. JVC introduced a larger sensor 4K camera last year designed specifically for the Japanese market, the HMQ30, which borrowed the 4 SD card recording from the previous camera. Neither really make a lot of sense for convenience purposes, but it looks like the company is going to introduce a new 4K camera that should make a little more sense than their previous attempts. More »

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jvc2-HMQ30-lensEvery once in a while a company announces a product completely out of left field and it’s unclear if they’d actually asked regular shooters for input. The new HMQ30 is a new 4K camera from JVC that was teased at NAB 2012 and has now finally seen the light of day. We didn’t know much about the camera at that point except that it was going to have a Nikon F-mount and a 1.25″ sensor (which is slightly smaller than M4/3), but now it’s been revealed that it is more or less just a big brother to the GY-HMQ10, another 4K camera from JVC that records to 4 SD cards. More »

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JVC has been rather quiet lately. The company has mostly remained out of the spotlight when it comes to filmmaking equipment over the last few years, but they’ve stayed somewhat on the cutting edge, especially with the first consumer 4K camera, the GY-HMQ10. Now they are coming out with a consumer oriented camera that might just find some use in your next film, the JVC GC-PX100. It’s a 1920 x 1080 camera capable of 60fps up to 600fps, and shoots internally at 36Mbps. Click through for more on the announcement. More »

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JVC GC-XA1 Adixxion POV CameraNot to be outdone by GoPro, Contour, and newcomer Sony, JVC is entering the action camera market with the unfortunately named GC-XA1 Adixxion. Are we about to see an explosion in action or “pov” cameras? GoPro has a healthy lead in this area, and it looks like the big guys, namely Sony and JVC, feel that the semi-disposable wearable camera market is only going to grow in the near future. JVC, however, is looking at the higher-end possibilities with this camera, and they’ve made the Adixxion a lot more fully-featured than the competition. More »

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The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show took place this weekend, and among hundreds of new product announcements were a couple of interesting camcorders from JVC. The googly-eyed 3D GS-TD1 is the first 1080p 3D consumer camcorder (seen at left; previous 3d cameras were limited to 720p), and JVC also showed an as-yet unnamed 4k camcorder that looks to match RED’s resolution: More »