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  1. #1
    Brian
    Gast

    JVC GC-PX 100. 600 fps

    Just thought you might be interested in advances in camera technology.

    JVC has been rather quiet lately. The company has mostly remained out of
    the spotlight when it comes to filmmaking equipment over the last few
    years, but they’ve stayed somewhat on the cutting edge, especially with the
    first consumer 4K camera, the GY-HMQ10. Now they are coming out with a
    consumer oriented camera that might just find some use in your next film,
    the JVC GC-PX100. It’s a 1920 x 1080 camera capable of 60fps up to 600fps,
    and shoots internally at 36Mbps. Cost is $1000.

    For more information
    http://nofilmschool.com/2013/01/600f...io/#more-39544



    --
    Regards Brian

  2. #2
    Brian
    Gast

    Re: JVC GC-PX 100. 600 fps

    Brian <bclark@es.co.nz> wrote:
    > Just thought you might be interested in advances in camera technology.
    >
    > JVC has been rather quiet lately. The company has mostly remained out of
    > the spotlight when it comes to filmmaking equipment over the last few
    > years, but they’ve stayed somewhat on the cutting edge, especially with the
    > first consumer 4K camera, the GY-HMQ10. Now they are coming out with a
    > consumer oriented camera that might just find some use in your next film,
    > the JVC GC-PX100. It’s a 1920 x 1080 camera capable of 60fps up to 600fps,
    > and shoots internally at 36Mbps. Cost is $1000.
    >
    > For more information
    > http://nofilmschool.com/2013/01/600f...io/#more-39544
    >
    >


    There is a trade off for using the higher frame rate and that is a lower
    resolution. When the processor in the camera is faster then maybe there
    would be a lowering of the resolution when using a fast frame rate.

    --
    Regards Brian

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