JVC’s GY-DV5100U leverages newly developed 24-bit digital signal processing that produces higher resolution images with less visible noise.
JVC has introduced the GY-DV5100 12-bit ADC Pro-DV camcorder featuring enhanced image quality and improved operational functions.
The three-CCD camcorder uses a newly developed 24-bit digital signal processor that produces higher resolution images with less visible noise than previous models. It uses an integral 12-bit analog-to-digital converter to provide color details throughout its 400 percent dynamic range. With increased clarity and the ability to produce details and colors in shaded and highlighted areas, the camera delivers images previously found only in field production cameras.
The camera is also tightly integrated with JVC's Direct-to-Edit (DTE) disc recording module, the DR-DV5000U. With DTE, users can edit directly from the files created by the camera. The optional recording module attaches to the rear of the camera without cables via a built-in 52-pin connector and works in conjunction with the camera's CPU. For more information, visit http://pro.jvc.com.
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