JVC GY-HM750E ProHD Handheld Camcorder
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GY-HM750 brings a new level of features and performance to its popular compact shoulder product line. Based on an upgraded 3rd generation digital processing
engine, the HM750 offers improved picture quality and the ability to record either HD or SD directly to economical SDHC solid state media. Dual memory card recording now permits recording on both
cards simultaneously, or individually for virtually unlimited recording time. And like other ProHD camcorders, it records in the native file formats of popular professional editing systems for the
world's fastest workflow. The
GY-HM750 is now equipped with a 68-pin chassis connector that allows various modules such the KA-AS790 ASI adapter to be attached without external cabling--ideal
for live microwave broadcasts. Whether you're shooting news, commercials, documentaries or music videos, the
GY-HM750 is the ideal camcorder.
Compact Shoulder form factor
Patented 3-CCD optical system provides full HD resolution images
Industry standard bayonet lens mount
High performance Canon 14:1 lens included
- Wider angle (4.4mm)
Records to dual hot swappable SDHC memory cards and/or optional SxS adapter
Simultaneous recording on both SDHC cards for instant backup or client copy — NEW feature!
20 second Pre Rec (retro cache) function prevents "missed shots" — Improved!
Professional recording with selectable data rates up to 35Mbps
- 1920 x 1080 (1080p24/p25/p30, 1080i60/i50)
Native file recording—world's fastest shoot-to-edit workflow.
Variable frame rate recording (over crank, under crank)
ASI output with optional KA-AS790 module provides MPEG2 signal for microwave or long distance cable runs — NEW feature!
Downconverted SD output (DV via IEEE-1394)
New high resolution (1.22 million pixel) Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) viewfinder
New large (4.3-inch) flip-out LCD monitor
Patented Focus Assist function
Built-in clip viewer and management system
Extensive image customization modes (gamma, matrix, knee, detail, etc.)
Uncompressed LPCM audio (2ch) recording