JVC GC-PX10 – The new camera from JVC, the JVC GC-PX10 is a hybrid camera – it offers taking 12 Megapixel photos and also a FULL HD video recording at the same time. Note that this is not a DSLR camera (if you look at the size) so it’s pretty compact yet a powerful camera.
The super slow motion feature is interesting to play around with and it can convert a video frame into a high quality photo shot.
JVC GC-PX10 Features
- JVC GC-PX10 can shoot 50 consecutive shots per second and 250 frames per second for video shooting.
- Supports recording full HD (1920×1080)
- Progressive recording (“each individual frame offers complete visual information unlike interlace in which each frame only includes half the visual information”). This means you can grab a frame and save it as a high quality image. Keep those camera rolling!
- 12 Megapixel resolution (4000 x 3000)
- Up to ISO6400
- Super slow motion (slows movement down to 5-times normal speed), great for recording sport events
- 1/2.3” 12.75 Megapixel Back-Illuminated CMOS sensor
- Optical Image Stabilisation with Advanced Image Stabiliser function
- KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS
- 19x Dynamic Zoom (18x when Advanced Image Stabiliser set to ON) with no image degradation when zoomed
- K2 technology for high quality sound
- 32GB internal memory
- tiltable 3” Touch Panel monitor
- HDMI output
- Bundled LoiLoScope FX software (for Windows®)
Check out the JVC GC-PX10 promo video, focusing on the super slow motion feature:
The GC-PX10 is scheduled for an October launch in Australia, RRP $1099. To find out more, check out JVC GC-PX10 official page