JVC GY-HC900STU Connected Cam 2/3″ HD Studio Camcorder (Body Only)
JVC GY-HC900STU offers an HDR mode for creative flexibility, as well as HLG, J-Log and up to 120fps 1080p slow-motion recording. The new platform enables simultaneous ISO recording, low latency streaming, and simultaneous decoding for return video and IFB for non-compromising studio applications.
Latency can be as low as 500ms for both outgoing and incoming video. Its complete IP workflow includes streaming performance up to 20 Mbps, ZiXi™ error correction with automatic repeat request (ARQ) and SMPTE 2022 forward error correction for reliable transmission.
EXTRORDINARY CAMERA PERFORMANCE
The heart of the JVC GY-HC900STU is a production-quality imaging system that begins with a B4 mount lens. The camera adapts to a variety of lenses and automatically corrects for aberration. Three 2/3-inch CMOS sensors, combined with an F1.4 prism, produce full HD images with excellent sensitivity of F12 at 60Hz (extended mode) and a high SNR of 62dB (standard). JVC has paid particular attention to dynamic range and provides an HDR mode for expanded creative expression.
A 4-position optical filter compensates for a variety of lighting conditions. Positions are: 1 (clear), 2 (1/4 ND), 3 (1/16 ND), and 4 (1/64 ND).
MEMORY CARD RECORDING
Dual memory card slots are provided for standard SDHC/SDXC media. Flexible recording options include redundant, relay and backup modes. The GY-HC900 supports both the popular MPEG-2 35/25Mbps format, widely used by television broadcasters, and the more efficient .MOV H.264 format capable of delivering production quality 1080/60p 4:2:2 10-bit recordings.
In this mode, recordings can be made at frame rates up to 120fps for ultra-smooth slow motion effects. The camera also records proxy resolution video clips for off-line editing or on-line posting.
THE INDUSTRY’S MOST CONNECTED STUDIO CAMERA
JVC has taken connectivity to the next level with the GY-HC900. The camera incorporates a new processing engine that enables recording and low latency streaming, and simultaneous decoding for return video and IFB. Talent in front of the camera can engage in a 2-way interview with return video and audio while streaming live to air.
Depending on the mode, latency can be as low as 500ms for both outgoing and incoming video. with a Wireless LAN connection to one of our bridge units.