I remember back in the days when the Sony Walkman was all the rage, and we lived in the world of VHS video recorders. Camcorders were a luxury back then, and those who were well off enough to afford one of these puppies certainly had a field day recording all of their fond family memories to be reviewed later on. After that came the digital revolution, and digital camcorders and cameras grew at an explosive rate, but somehow or rather, the advancement in technologies concerning the camera module on smartphones saw dedicated digital cameras and camcorders being pushed to a smaller market share, as most of the videos and photos you see online these days are captured using smartphones. Japanese firm JVC has come up with their masterpiece, the JVC Procison GC-PX100, which is a professional looking camcorder.
The JVC Procison GC-PX100 is a premium camcorder that was specially designed to capture high-quality video of fast-moving action, where it delivers high bit rate progressive recording in order to deliver high resolution HD images, and all of that would be accompanied by high-speed recording for super slow-motion video. Not only that, in order to keep up with the times, the camera’s high performance will work alongside Wi-Fi connectivity and specialized apps so that the GC-PX100 is ideal for capturing and analyzing fast-moving action.
The JVC Procison GC-PX100 is capable of shooting Full HD 1920 x 1080/60p video at 36Mbps, which is a bit rate that enables Full HD slow-motion playback, making it perfect for motion analysis as well as those who want to include special effects. You can be assured of premium performance on this puppy, thanks to its fast F1.2 lens with 10x optical zoom, 1/2.3” 12.8 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor and optical image stabilization. The inclusion of multi-format recording also delivers the flexibility to select the HD format which best suits the situation.
Those who are interested can pick up the JVC GC-PX100 for $999.95 a pop.
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