JVC to Demonstrate Innovative 4K and 3D Products at IBC 2011

Range includes GY-HMZ1 hand-held 3D camcorder, 3D displays and 4K camcorder

JVC’s range of professional camcorders and monitors – already widely used throughout the broadcast and post industries – will be at IBC this year, along with many new advances in 3D and 4K technology. JVC’s prototype 4K camera uses the world’s first large-scale integration (LSI) chip for high-speed processing of high definition video; this technology will be an integral part of the next generation of JVC camcorders.

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Also on the JVC stand will be its first professional 3D camcorder – the GY-HMZ1. This features an integrated 3D twin lens design, enabling simultaneous recording of left and right images in full 1920 x 1080 resolution. There’s a new 32” 3D display for medical and broadcast use, a 24” 3D production monitor and an upgraded IF-2D3D1 image processor, now with the ability to control both positive and negative parallax. There are also additions to the DT-V range of professional production monitors, with two new 17” and two new 21” monitors.

JVC’s ProHD tapeless camcorder range includes the shoulder-mount GY-HM750, with simultaneous recording to two SDHC cards for an instant backup or client copy, and the versatile GY-HM790 camera, with its innovative design that provides exceptional performance in both studio and ENG applications. The GY-HM790 will also be shown with the FS-790 optical fibre solution, suitable for broadcast, OB and live events.

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Finally, JVC will be demonstrating the powerful TV-TOOLS digital signage software. Excitingly, there will be other new additions to the JVC range, which will be announced at the start of the show.

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