JVC announced a new video camera that offers the performance, features and handling demanded by video enthusiasts which was previously released in Japan. The JVC HD Everio GZ-HM400 offers a 10.3-megapixel CMOS sensor that delivers nine-megapixel still images and 1080 TV lines of horizontal resolution for Full HD video. It also offers high-speed recording of up to 600fps, Bayer Array RGB Color Filter and HD Gigabrid Premium II Engine’s super high-band processor which provides high-speed image processing of 5.3 million effective pixels.
It features a KONICA MINOLTA HD LENS which provides a high-resolution image source. It also offers optical image stabilizer, Face Detection technology which identifies up to 16 faces, One Touch Export function and One Touch Upload to YouTube. On the top of the camera are three buttons, “A”, “S” and “U”, for selecting shooting modes. “A” selects the Aperture Priority Setting, “S” is for selecting the shutter speed, and “U” is User-Assignable, which lets users assign their own frequently used settings to this button.
It comes with 32GB of internal memory and also records to an SD/SDHC card. The JVC HD Everio GZ-HM400 is available immediately at a nationally advertised value of $999.95.