CES 2013 - JVC is no stranger to launching flagship, ground-breaking HD camcorders at CES. Last year they released on of the first 4k camcorders made. This year it is a more affordable handheld camcorder capable of 1080P capture.
Launched earlier today at CES, the JVC Procision GC-PX100 is a 1,920 x 1,080 video capturing monster. It shoots at 36Mbps, a rate that makes it perfect for slow motion capture. Boasting a F/1.2 lens with a 1/2.3" 12.8 megapixel black side illuminated CMOS sensor the GC-PX100 is capable of cranking out up to 600 frames per second.
The device is also able to capture still images at burst rates of nine per second. Also worth mentioning, is that the camera is WiFi enabled, and users can send the video to a phone or PC with the push of a button. The Procision GC-PX100 is on the upper end of consumer camcorders at $1000, but we can see this selling fast to athletic groups.
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