Jvc And The First High Def Camera

Jvc And The First High Def Camera



JVC and​ the​ First High Def Camera
The amazing company of​ JVC (Victor Company of​ Japan)
released the​ first high definition video camera for
consumers back in​ 2003 .​
the​ GR-HD1 high def camera
was the​ first digital video camera in​ the​ world to
record and​ play back high definition images.
By utilizing a​ newly developed 1/3 inch type 1.18
million pixel progressive scan CCD and​ JVC type
processing, the​ new camera records and​ plays back
750/30p digital high definition and​ 525p progressive
wide screen images to​ mini DV tape .​

Features
The GR-HD1 is​ was the​ first digital video camera in
the world to​ record and​ play back high definition
video and​ images .​
the​ GR-HD1 records digital images
to mini DV tapes using MPEG 2 compression, recording
and playing back digital high definition images
while still maintaining conventional 525i DV
standard recording times.
The GR-HD1 also comes with an​ optical 10X zoom lens
and a​ built in​ optical image stabilizer .​
It also
uses a​ newly developed 1/3 inch type 1.18 million
pixel (1.14 million effective pixels) progressive
scan CCD .​
Due to​ the​ JVC original signal
processing circuitry and​ driving system, it​ can
record muti format high quality images.
There are three recording modes; HD mode, SD
mode, and​ DV mode that are based according to​
the camera operators requirements .​

The HD mode records 750/30p digital high definition
images, SD mode 525p progressive wide images, DV
mode at​ the​ conventional 525i DV standard .​
This
way, camera users can freely choose among the​ 3
modes according to​ their specific requirements.
Even though it​ was the​ first high definition
video camera to​ release to​ consumers, the​ GR-HD1
is still a​ very impressive camera .​
It has a​
slew of​ other features, which are sure to​ please
camera lovers everywhere .​

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