JVC GC PX10 – Camcorder and Hybrid Camera together
Videography and photography are two hobbies often become separated. But maybe some of you there who liked the two hobbies at once. Imagine a handy tool that can do both these hobbies, with JVC GC PX10 you can enjoy both without the hassle of carrying two types of devices (camcorders and digital cameras).
A few days ago, JVC announced the presence of a video / still camera hybrid, named GC-PX10 JVC. This device is a camcorder that can be used as a camera, and also a camera that can be used as a camcorder. The device is implanted with CMOS 1 / 2, 3 inches sensor that is claimed to have a good ability to record movies or take pictures.
The shape is unique, because it resembles the front of the camcorder and digital camera on the back. JVC GC PX10 provides features for long-barreled lens mounted on the body of this device. The lens can record video with a resolution of 1920 x 1080p Full HD with the ability to take the video about 60 frames per second (fps).
These lenses are also able to shoot images with a resolution of 8.3 megapixels without having to change the shooting mode. This resolution can be increased to 12 megapixels if users change the video mode shooting to still-shooting mode. Taking pictures at the time claimed was doing the recording will not reduce the quality of the video. For video enthusiasts who like to use slow motion mode, the JVC GC-PX10 can record video with a resolution of 640 x 360p at 300 frames per second for two hours.
JVC GC-PX10 is equipped with 3-inch LCD monitor that uses touch screen technology. This device also has a very large internal memory which is 32GB. But if this capacity is still considered to be lacking, there is also a card slot SDXC / SDHC for additional external memory. JVC GC PX10 is rumored to be available in the U.S. market in mid-October with expensive prices, USD 899.95.