JVC GY-HD250U ProHD Camcorder with 16X FUJINON Zoom Lens
From live field recording to high-end studio production, the GY-HD250 is the cost-effective solution to today's demand for high-quality imaging.
JVC GY-HD250U, 3-CCD ProHD Camcorder with 16:1 Fujinon Zoom Lens
Fujinon Th16x5.5BRMU Zoom Lens
SD Memory Card
KA-551U Tripod Adapter Kit
Studio capable with optional KA-HD250U Studio Adapter Kit '¢ Multiple frame rate recording: 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p '¢ Compact shoulder form factor '¢ Anton-Bauer mount '¢ Native 1280 x 720 chips '¢ Wide band front end w/14 bit A/D '¢ Genlock '¢ Time code i/o '¢ HD-SDI out w/embedded audio '¢ 1080i output through HD-SDI '¢ Pool feed input
'¢ 14-bit A/D (better highlight, shadow, & color gradations)
'¢ New DSP (improves picture accuracy)
'¢ Wide band analog front end (lower noise, better low light, sharper image)
'¢ High speed Super Encoder (enables 50p/60p recording)
'¢ New cross converter outputs 1080i from live or recorded HDV
'¢ Image inversion (HV flip) for prime lenses
'¢ White shading adjustment to compensate for differing lens characteristics
'¢ Pro Anton/Bauer battery mount (basic battery & adapter not included)
'¢ 6-pin remote control connector
'¢ 2-year warranty (parts) 1-year (labor)
'¢ Time code input/output
'¢ HD/SD-SDI output with embedded audio & TC, Varicam flags (HD mode only)
'¢ HD-SDI output of 1080i from built-in cross converter
'¢ Composite Video input (for SD pool feed)
'¢ Studio capability with optional multicore adapter
'¢ Tripod plate and mount included
With 720/60p capture and recording capabilities, the JVC GY-HD250 delivers full-resolution HD images, ensuring the high resolution and smooth motion critical to news and sports field production.
Equally proficient in the studio, the GY-HD250 can easily be converted for studio use with the optional KA-HD250, a specially designed studio adapter incorporating an industry-standard 26-pin multi-core connection. Other valuable features of this versatile camcorder include genlock capability, component and HD-SDI output, a wide selection of HD lenses, enhanced cinema gamma, external time code synchronization and professional connectors on a rugged die cast chassis.
Progressive scanning is the preferred system for high end HDTV cameras, since each frame is captured completely, without interlacing. The GY-HD250 uses a full-frame progressive scanning system, using native progressive 1/3-inch CCDs. Images are recorded in the progressive format enabling individual frames of information to be extracted for special effects including spectacular slow motion, imaga analysis, and printing to film or paper. S..