A trial of a new video camera with the capability to stream live footage using wireless internet proved a big success during Thailand’s round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship.
JVC and Bradley Engineering have just announced a new sales agreement, which allows JVC access to a range of Bradley products including pan/tilt cameras, camera controllers and related studio components.
JVC has announced the SR-HD2700, its most advanced professional Blu-ray/hard disc drive combo deck, with the ability to record a live HDMI signal from a video camera or DSLR without HDCP encryption. Also new for the SR-HD2700 is the ability to record to the upgraded 1TB internal hard drive and an optical disc simultaneously, which provides redundancy and eliminates the need to copy video files to another disc after recording.
Professional 4K JVC projectors used in an all-digital display system from Sciss
The free version 2.0 firmware upgrade for the GY-LS300 4KCAM handheld Super 35 camcorder and GY-HM170/200 camcorders has just been released. For the GY-LS300, the upgrade adds a ‘JVC Log’ mode that practically duplicates the look of film, plus new Cinema 4K and Cinema 2K recording modes and a unique Prime Zoom feature that uses the camera’s innovative technology to allow zoom capabilities when using prime lenses. For all three camcorders, there's now a 70-bit mode to enable 4K recording on standard Class 10 SDXC cards, a histogram, new zebra indication and a variety of live streaming changes (300 and 200 only). There’s also the ability to trigger recordings via HDMI/SDI and JVC LUT support via the Atomos Shogun external recorder.