Published On: Sat, Jun 27th, 2015

JVC Launched Quad Proof Camcorder For Bad Weather

JVC Launched Quad Proof Camcorder For Bad Weather

JVC has launched its powerful camcorder—with the new Quad Proof Everio GZ-R450 and GZ-R320—that boasts improved battery life and performance while still being drop-, dust-, water-, and freeze-proof.

Both the GZ-R450 and GZ-R320 appear as the kind of camcorder you’d usually shelter from the rain instead of go swimming with: they feature JVC’s Quad-Proof structure, which means they are waterproof to a depth of 5 m (16.4 ft), will stand up to a drop from 1.5 m (4.9 ft), are freeze proof all the way to -10°C (14°F), and dust-proof.

The camcorders both measure 60 x 59.5 x 122 mm and have a foldout 3-inch touchscreen. A Konica Minolta 40x optical zoom lens offers 40.5mm to 1620mm equivalent focal lengths and is paired with a 1/5.8inch 2.5MP back-illuminated CMOS image sensor and a FALCONBRID image process engine, that is that the same processor used in JVC 4K professional cameras.

While both cameras are capable of Full HD video, the GZ-R450 distinguishes itself with 1920×1080/60p AVCHD progressive video recording. The upper finish model additionally has a built-in auto “Illumi-Light” and 32GB of internal memory (though both cameras even have a SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot). Additionally, it encompasses a new Close-up Sub-Window perform that at the same time records a wider shot and a close-up, displayed during a sub-window on the touchscreen.

Both cameras use an internal battery for superior water resistance, that offer 5 hours of use, and may be used with a transportable battery and USB charging. they’re additionally capable of shooting 10Mp stills and time lapse videos and have an excellent digital image stabilizer for effective camera-shake compensation.

You can get your new tough camcorders from late July, priced at US$400 for the GZ-R320 that comes in black or orange, and US$500 for the black-only GZ-R450.

 

 

Subrat Sahu 1Subrat Kumar is a writer with expertise in content writing for websites and blogs, press releases, whitepapers and case-studies. He loves web development management and currently freelances from Bangalore. He’s the founder of Cross Zone, undertaking the bulk of articles on technology and gadgets.

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