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  1. JVC unveils live streaming-focused firmware updates for its GY-HM250 and 4KCAM Series camcorders

    JVC unveils live streaming-focused firmware updates for its GY-HM250 and 4KCAM Series camcorders

    JVC has expanded the live streaming features for its GY-HM250 4K camcorders. As the first camera manufacturer to provide streaming directly from the camera, JVC’s GY-HM250 models will now include SNS video streaming with vertical and square guidelines on the viewfinder, to ensure an ideal image capture on a variety of platforms and devices. The company is also adding direct streaming to YouTube Live.


    The firmware update incorporates additional features for the rest of the 4KCAM range too, including Face-Only Auto Focus (AF), Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS), Zoom Ease and Auto Color Matrix Adjustment under LED lighting, not only for the GY-HM250 but also for GY-HM170/180 models.

    “JVC prides itself on being at the forefront of streaming video production and we are excited to expand

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  2. JVC Delivers Industry's First Fully Integrated Facebook Live Camcorder with GY-HM250 Upgrade

    WAYNE, NJ (Aug. 1, 2019) – JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, today announced a major upgrade to its family of GY-HM250 4KCAM compact handheld camcorders that streamlines connectivity to Facebook Live. The free upgrade, available at http://bit.ly/2YDDIqe, includes a new “Facebook Live” menu choice to simplify the connection process, making the GY-HM250 the first fully integrated Facebook Live professional camcorder in the industry.

    Connecting with Facebook Live is a simple matter of “pairing” the camera with a Facebook account. Any pages setup in Facebook will then appear in the camera's viewfinder. Live streaming is initiated from the camera by simply clicking on the user’s timeline. While streaming to Facebook Live, users can record high quality video to dual SD memory cards.

    In an effort to p

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  3. JVC Launches 'CONNECTED CAM' Camcorder at NAB Show GY-HC900, Product updates JVC GY-HM250, BR-DE900 ProHD IP Decoder

    JVC Launches 'CONNECTED CAM' Camcorder at NAB Show GY-HC900, Product updates JVC GY-HM250, BR-DE900 ProHD IP Decoder

    LAS VEGAS—At the 2018 NAB Show, JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, unveiled a broad range of new products, including the CONNECTED CAM,  which provides for what the company calls "a complete news-over-IP workflow solution in the field." 

    The GY-HC900 “CONNECTED CAM” broadcast camcorder features three 2/3-inch CMOS image sensors for full HD imagery, as well as enhanced connectivity. When paired directly with the optional ProHD Dockable Bridge or via Wi-Fi with any ProHD Bridge unit, the new GY-HC900 allows on-air talent to conduct a two-way interview with return video while streaming live to air without any external boxes or backpacks. It is

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  4. RECORDING ARTS SCHOOL ADDS TV PRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM WITH JVC GY-HM600 PROHD CAMERAS

    RECORDING ARTS SCHOOL ADDS TV PRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM WITH JVC GY-HM600 PROHD CAMERAS

    JVC Professional Products Company, a division of JVC Americas Corp.,  announced the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences (CRAS), a Phoenix-based audio recording, engineering, and production school, has purchased four JVC GY-HM600 ProHD handheld camcorders to support its new expanded curriculum. Starting Oct. 25, CRAS will extend its 30-week Master Recording Program to 36 weeks for new students, and will add live broadcast production audio as an educational focus.

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    The JVC cameras will be shared between a new control room an

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  5. Ultimate Guide to Professional Camcorders

    Ultimate Guide to Professional Camcorders

    How to pick a Professional Camcorder

    The term “ professional camcoder” is very subjective term. As technology continually improves, the line in quality between consumer cameras and professional camcorders gets increasingly thin. But as any serious filmmaker/videographer will tell you, the jump to a professional level camcorder comes with huge improvement in the amount of control over your image. To make things more confusing, the word “prosumer” has popped up as a halfway between the consumer and professional realm. For the purposes of this article, we will consider professional camcorder as cameras with 1/4″ chips sizes and up (more on chip size later).

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