JVC’s newest camera, the GC-PX10 (here’s the older version, the GC-PX1), can capture 12 megapixel photos, full HD video and up to 60 shots per second.
The physical bulk of this camera is derived from its over sized lens – take a look at the backing and you’ll notice how slim it is. Under the hood is the FALCONBRID high speed image sensor, which was first seen in the GS-TD1, JVC’s first full 3D HD camcorder. On top of 12 megapixel photos at a 6400 ISO, it can capture 8.3 megapixel shots while recording full 1080 vide0, and snag slow-mo video at 300fps, provided you’re willing to deal with VGA resolution.
Other features include a 10x optical zoom, a Konica Minolta HD lens, a mode dial for automatic and manual settings, microphone output and a headphone input. They’ve also packed in a tiltable 3-inch touchscreen LCD, HDMI output and 32GB of storage (expandable by SD card slot).
The JGV GC-PX10 will go on sales this month for $899.95.
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