JVC Launches Connected Cam Products in The PhilippinesJuly 31, 2019
JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD Singapore Pte Ltd, launches the GY-HC900 “Connected Cam”, which was announced in Singapore last month, in the Philippines today. The GY-HC900 is equipped with three 2/3-inch CMOS image sensors capable of full HD imagery. It also takes pride in its enhanced connectivity that enables news-over-IP solution in the field.
Focused on empowering its presence in the professional video industry, JVC showcased not just its high-end model, but also its 4K capable handheld video camera, the GY-HM250. Equipped with JVC’s very own 4K CMOS sensor, which features 12.4M pixels, and a new IP communication engine that allows it to be connected to Wi-Fi or 4G/LTE modem that will enable it to stream HD video on live streaming platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, Live, etc., the GY-HM250 sees to impress the new breed of video enthusiasts who are big on mobility and live streaming in the country.
And for controlled spaces such as conference rooms, concert/event halls, churches and the like, JVC introed its IP-controlled HD video streaming solutions, the KY-PZ100. Just like the other two professional video cameras that were launched, the KY-PZ100 features JVC’s unique IP communications engine that enables it to directly stream to popular streaming platforms including JVC’s own JCV VIDEOCLOUD. The KY-PZ100 takes pride in its ability to progressively record HD videos with 50 – 60 progressive frames at 50Mbps and HD Streaming with 50 – 60 progressive frames at 20Mbps without losing clear natural foreground images even in challenging highlight conditions with the help of its Wide Dynamic Range Mode.
JVC also had its 8K and 4k capable projectors, the LX-UH1 and DLA-NX9 respectively, displayed at the event.
The launch was realized through the partnership of JVCKENWOOD and Winterpine Marketing Corporation, the company that will man the helm in the distribution of JVC’s current and future offerings for the Philippine market.