JVC pocket camera shoots HD Video
JVC has launched its first pocket flash memory camera, the new PICSIO GC-FM1. Combining true eight-megapixel stills and 1080p Full HD video it also offers image stabilisation for minimising camera shake, even when the 4X digital zoom is used, JVC claims.
Videos are recorded in the widely-used MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format and stored as .MOV files for easy sharing without the need for time-consuming and potentially damaging conversion. Storage is on SD/SDHC memory cards. To suit individual shooting situations, PICSIO provides four video and still recording modes.
About the size of a mobile phone the PICSIO is available in three colours – Black Ice, Blue Steel and Purple Passion and comes with a funky-looking geometric pattern and jewel-like appearance.
The JVC Picsio GC-FM1 is available now for $199.95. UK prices to be confirmed.
PICSIO Feature Highlights
Pocket-Fitting Design in Choice of Colors
Direct Sending to iTunes/YouTube (.MOV file)
8 Megapixel Still Image Recording
1080P/30fps HD Video Recording
4x Digital Zoom
USB Battery Charging
HDMI™ and AV Output Terminal
SD/SDHC Card Compatible (up to 32GB)
2.0″ Colour LCD display
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youll need a big sd card for these!