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State-of-the-Art Features Suit a Variety of Applications

LAS VEGAS, NV (April 24, 2006) – JVC Professional Products Company continues to deliver affordable, high quality HD products to market with the unveiling of the GY-HD250U high definition camcorder. As part of its growing ProHD line, this next generation full HD resolution camcorder is the first HDV model to offer studio capabilities, and features 720/60p capture and recording for electronic newsgathering.


Responding to demand for an affordable studio-capable HD camera, JVC developed the extremely versatile and compact GY-HD250U to ease the transition from SD to HD allowing customers to utilize much of their existing infrastructure—including cabling—while providing robust performance in both standard and high definition. In addition to its studio capability, the GY-HD250U offers the comfort and stability of a shoulder-style camcorder with a full complement of features needed for Electronic News Gathering (ENG), and cinematography applications.


“We designed the GY-HD250U with multiple applications in mind,” said Craig Yanagi, National Marketing Manager, Creation Products. “The fact that the camera has flexible connectivity, is lightweight and can record in multiple progressive formats is certain to meet the various needs of the professional industry. The options on this camera are sure to make this the camera of choice for a wide range of studio, facility and field production.”


The GY-HD250 records true 1280 x 720 progressive at 60 frames per second thanks to a new advanced codec that provides ultra efficient compression without visible motion artifacts. It has built-in genlock capability, component and HD-SDI output, with professional connectors mounted on a magnesium die cast chassis. The GY-HD250U also features the choice of several interchangeable lenses, enhanced cinema gamma, external time code synchronization, BNC connectors, built-in mount for a 14.4V professional battery, and the patented focus assist feature.


The GY-HD250U offers flexible recording options for any production environment. The camera’s built-in HDV recording system records full raster high-definition video on inexpensive MiniDV cassettes. With the optional DR-HD100U Direct-to-Edit™ recorder, a hard disk workflow can be achieved, while simultaneously creating back-up material on digital tape.


Studio Production

The GY-HD250U can easily be converted to a cost effective studio camera with the KY-HD250 studio adapter, following the tradition of the popular GY-DV550U professional DV camera. The camera’s optional CCU provides connection to industry standard 26-pin multicore cabling for power, genlock, R/B gain, black level and intercom up to 330 feet. An optional pan and tilt head and 16:9 LCD studio viewfinder make it ideal for educational, religious, cable and broadcast studios.


Electronic News Gathering (ENG)

The GY-HD250U is the affordable choice for news organizations migrating from SD to HD. It's superbly balanced for stable shoulder style shooting, with operation controls placed in positions familiar to electronic photojournalists. Its 60 frame progressive capture and recording provides high resolution and smooth motion, necessary for news and sports field production. The built-in Anton-Bauer battery bracket provides compatibility with the most popular battery systems for ENG. When equipped with the optional DR-HD100U, editing can be performed immediately from the hard disk without time-consuming transfer to the NLE. Other attributes for ENG include lens interchangeability and a pool feed input.



The GY-HD250 captures real 24p and 30p acquisition that produces polished, film-like quality HD recordings. The time code is recorded in native 24p mode, enabling the user to transfer recordings to film for theater distribution with ease. The camera allows for extensive user customization with additional gamma settings for cinema applications. Its 1/3-inch bayonet mount allows the use of various interchangeable lenses from Fujinon, Canon and other third party lenses and accessories.


The suggested list price for the GY-HD250U is $8,995. Delivery is expected to begin in October 2006.




JVC Professional Products Company, located in Wayne, New Jersey, is a leading manufacturer and distributor of a complete line of broadcast and professional equipment. For more information about this, or any other JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY product, contact JVC at (800) 582-5825; or Candace Vadnais at PFS Marketwyse 973-812-8883, ext. 430 or visit JVC’s Web site at http://pro.jvc.com.

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LAS VEGAS, NV (April 24, 2006) – JVC Professional Products Company expands its ProHD family line of products with the introduction of the GY-HD200U. Targeted for independent filmmakers and stringers, this high definition camcorder carries the “Compact-Shoulder” form factor popularized by the GY-HD100U, and is capable of HDV720/60P true progressive image acquisition due to the implementation of JVC’s new “Super Encoder” developed for the latest line of ProHD products.


60P provides 60 full frames of information per second, excellent for viewing and analyzing motion, as well as for delivering an “overcranked” recording for superb slow motion when the final output is 24P. The GY-HD200U utilizes all of the accessories currently available for the GY-HD100U, including the new 1/3” mount HD lenses being introduced at NAB 2006.


To further enhance the ability to utilize multiple types of lenses, JVC has also created an exclusive optional lens adapter – HZ-CA13U – specifically designed for the 1/3” bayonet mount of JVC ProHD camcorders which enables the use of 16mm film prime lenses with a PL (Positive Lock) mount to address the needs of the cinematography community. The GY-HD200 is also capable of inverting the image from a prime lens so that special editing functionality is not required for correct recording of the image.


“Our intention with the design of this camera is to emphasize the flexibility of interchangeable lenses, whether it is for ENG or for cinematography” said Craig Yanagi, National Marketing Manager, Creation Products, JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY. “By utilizing the exclusive HZ-CA13U lens adapter, facilities with a large stock of 16mm film lenses—particularly film schools and rental houses—will especially benefit from this revolutionary capability, and filmmakers universally will benefit from the wide variety of 16mm lenses available today.”


Additionally, the GY-HD200U now has Enhanced Cinema Gamma capability further empowering the photographer to enhance the captured image. The camcorder also records in both SD - including 24P and 24PA - and HD, and has JVC’s patented focus assist function that enables the user to precisely focus on each scene by highlighting details in the viewfinder to facilitate HD focusing. The camera also features two XLR connectors for each audio channel and records CD quality audio at 384Kbps in the MPEG1 Layer 2 format with the audio level indicators visible on the viewfinder and on the flip-out LCD display.


The suggested list price for the GY-HD200U is $7,995.00 (Tentative). The suggested list price of the HZ-CA13U lens adapter has not been determined. Delivery for both products is expected to begin in October 2006.



JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, located in Wayne, New Jersey, is a leading manufacturer and distributor of a complete line of broadcast and professional equipment. For more information about this, or any other JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY product, contact JVC at (800) 582-5825; or Candace Vadnais at PFS Marketwyse 973-812-8883, ext. 430 or visit JVC’s Web site at http://pro.jvc.com.

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PRO HD Encoder/Decoder SA-HD50U



Provides Real-Time MPEG-2 Encoding and Transmission of HD

LAS VEGAS, NV (April 24, 2006) – JVC Professional Products Company continues its mission in providing affordable, high quality ProHD products to market with the introduction of the SA-HD50U HDV MPEG-2 encoder/decoder. This economical and efficient encoder/decoder is ideal for broadcast networks, television stations and post-production houses.


This advanced SA-HD50U encoder/decoder takes the uncompressed HD-SDI signals and encodes them into a compressed HDV720P 19Mbps or HDV1080i 25Mbps stream in real time, which can be recorded directly onto an HDV720P (19.7Mbps) or HDV1080i (25Mbps) studio deck, or transferred directly to a disk based recording or editing system.


The SA-HD50U Encoder/Decoder comes equipped with a number of multi-format interfaces, including HD-SDI with embedded audio, IEEE 1394 and Analog Component connections. Input/Output capabilities include HD-SDI 720/60P/50P and 1080/60i/50i. IEEE 1394 interface includes 720/60P/50P/30P/25P/24P and 1080/60i/50i.


“The SA-HD50U encoder is truly a ground-breaking product for broadcast and post production,” said Craig Yanagi, National Marketing Manager, Creation Products, JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY. “Being able to encode HD-SDI signals and record to an HDV recorder significantly reducing equipment and power consumption costs where larger, more expensive and less efficient products are currently being used. We anticipate this encoder/decoder to be an ideal component in HD conversion and delivery systems for broadcast stations as well as post production facilities.”


The SA-HD50U has low power consumption and is small in size allowing for mounting in restricted space such as news vans and helicopters. The encoder facilitates efficient record and playback, economical archiving of news footage through use of the BR-HD50U as well as broadcast quality delayed program playback capabilities at 19Mbps.


The SA-HD50U encoder coupled with the BR-HD50U recorder/player spools audio and video content from varied HD sources to a native HDV editing system. The two components also provide editing professionals with economical HDV distribution and archiving to inexpensive media formats. The BR-HD50U ProHD VTR can store up to 276 minutes of HD programming on a single economical LA-DV276PRO standard size Professional DV cassette.


The suggested list price for the SA-HD50U is $8,995 (Tentative). Delivery is expected to begin in November 2006.

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Bueno, por lo que se ve JVC apuesta por el 720p en vez del 1080. En términos de calidad (en cuanto a artefactos de compresión) es mejor opción, eso no lo discuto, pero no me cabe duda que el futuro para por el 1080, con lo cual comprar esto ahora es 'quedarse a medias' ¿no creeis?


Esperaba que JVC sacase algo en 1080. Me gusta la HD100 y en algún lugar lei que iban a darle soporte 1080 por firmware o en nuevas versiones, pero ya veo que na de na. Al menos para mi la decisión de qué cámara HD comprar ya no pasa por JVC. Quedan 3 en liza! ;)

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estas cámaras siguen siendo HDV osea mpeg 2 no??


ayer un amigo que la probó en una demo me habló muy mal de la óptica de la cámara.

pese a lo que se ha dicho de su lente intercambiable y todo lo demás.


me hablo de "óptica amateur"


su opinión es muy autirizada para mi, ya que se trata de un destacado documentalista chileno, que ha trabajado mucho en 35mm y que ahora graba con panasonic 100B


por lo que he escuchado tampoco me convence jvc

aunque la cámara se ve bastante guapa

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Personalmente creo, Godard, que es normal que considere de chicle o plástico esas lentes si trabaja mucho en 35mm. Esas ópticas me parecen inmejorables. Pero no puedes pedir que una cámara que vale lo que una óptica fija para 35mm lleve una "susodicha" igual. (comparación, tal vez, algo exagerada, pero valida para explicar lo que digo)


Ya me gustaría a mi que mi cámara tuviera esa óptica "amateur".

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Yo también he trabajo en 35mm y en 16mm y es completamente absurdo comparar sus ópticas con la de una cámara que cuesta (cuerpo + cámara) 6200 euros, de hecho si la comparamos con todas las cámara de gama semiprofesional es la que mejor óptica tiene. Una pregunta Godard si no le gusta ésta óptica dime por favor que es lo que opina tu amigo de las cámaras Canon y sus ópticas con ruedas a infinito (error que han cometido en todos los modelos que han sacado al mercado y que parece no quieren enmendar)

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pero OJO


La comparación que él hace no es necesariamente con ópticas de 35mm


Su comparación fue exactamante con ópticas de cámara DV

de hecho terminó comparando de todas las opciones del mercado hoy (Cannon, Sony , JVC)


la panasonic 100B (entre otras cosas por su óptica...)


es obvio que es imposible comparar con una óptica de 35 que vale lo que cuesta una JVC o más.



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Acabo de comprar la GY-HD100 ...... que ocurre entonces que la he cagao ..... o debo pedir al proveedor que me la sustituya por esta nueva???? El precio será más caro que la mia ????? Voy a palmar mucho dinero ????? AYUDENME POR FAVOR ..... QUE HARÍAN USTEDES.


Gacias y un saludo,


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esta camara la hd200 y la 250 no la veremos en el mercado hasta final de año asi que tranquilizate por que esa que te has comprado es una maravilla, te lo digo yo que la tengo desde hace casi un año.


Muchas Gracias dtabares, te agradezco tu respuesta ......

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