JVC GC-PX10 Hybrid Camera offers 60fps continuous shooting and Full HD video recording

JVC has announced the release of its GC-PX10 hybrid camera which thanks to company’s FALCONBRID high speed imaging engine can shoots 12 megapixel stills and Full HD 1920 x 1080/60p videos at 36Mbps, as well as  it is also capable of 60 shots per second still image shooting (at 8.3-megapixel) and an impressive 300 frames-per-second video recording for high-quality super-slow motion. But that’s not all, the camera can even shoot 8.3 megapixel stills and and Full HD video simultaneously.

JVC GC-PX10 is based on 1/2.3” 12.75 megapixel back-Illuminated CMOS image sensor and has Konica Minolta HD Lens. Other features include 3.0-inch Tiltable Touch Panel LCD display, optical image stabilization paired with JVC’s Advanced Image Stabilizer, 10X optical zoom and 64x Digital Zoom, an ISO6400 high sensitivity, an easy-control mode dial for both automatic and manual settings (white balance, aperture and shutter), and built-in flash.

JVC GC-PX10 Hybrid Camera

The camera is equipped with  microphone output and headphone input, has 32GB of internal memory, HDMI output and slot for SDXC/SDHC/SD cards. It will be available this month for $899.95.

Source: JVC

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