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The JVC GY-HD100

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JVC has long been one of the leaders in innovation. The teamed up with Fire-Store on their 5000 series to offer the first factory offered on board hard-disk recording. Well, they have done it again with the new GY-HD100. Not only is this a camera of the future but they teamed up again with Fire-Store and Anton-Bauer to offer a package that stands all on its own. The centerpiece of JVC's affordable HD approach is called ProHD, an HDV-compatible video system with professional specifications, including four-channel audio, time code, true 24p HD and dual media direct recording to HDV cassettes and hard disk. JVC utilizes widely available, non-proprietary technologies such as MPEG-2 compression, DV recording media and conventional hard disk drives to achieve its affordable HD solution. This non-proprietary technology really helps JVC to again be the leader in the new HD cameras. I current own the JVC GY-5000u with the Fire-Store and the Anton-Bauer Dionic 90's with the matching light. This is a great system and the HD100 is the next logical step I our productions. Check out the full review from Videography and see what you think.

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