JVC GY-HC550E Camcorder ENG 4K-HDR and FullHD streaming
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The JVC GY-HC550 Connected Cam professional handheld camcorder is a 4K UHD camcorder for work in traditional or IP workflows . The camera...
The JVC GY-HC500E professional ENG handheld camcorder features a 1-inch 4K CMOS sensor, combined with a newly developed 20x lens and a high-resolution viewfinder for easy image framing and focus control. It achieves 12 steps of dynamic range, with support for BT709, BT2020 and BT2100 HLG color spaces. Records to SDHC/SDXC cards or SSD, in 10-bit ProRes 422 format with resolutions up to 4K and frame rates of 50/60p. Other codecs and recording formats such as H.264 and MPEG-2 are also available, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of workflows.
It offers advanced IP connectivity features, such as direct streaming in FullHD quality, FTP and remote camera control. The camera is connected via the USB host and can be used with a WIFI dongle, a 3G/4G LTE dongle or an Ethernet adapter (RJ45).
Professional handheld camcorder for ENG featuring a 4K 1'' CMOS sensor combined with a newly developed 20x lens with 3-ring control. With a high-resolution viewfinder, image framing and focus control is easily achieved and can reach up to 12 dynamic range stops, with support for BT709, BT2020 and BT2100 HLG colour spaces. It can record to SSD media in a wide variety of formats, including 10-bit ProRes 422 with 4K resolution and 50/60p frame rates. Other codecs and recording formats, such as H.264 and MPEG-2, are also available, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of workflows.
It offers a set of advanced IP connectivity features, offering live streaming in full HD quality, FTP file transfer and remote camera control. Camcorder connectivity will be via the camera's USB host port (on the right rear side of the camera). Select the device to be used: WIFI dongle, 3G/4G LTE dongle or Ethernet adapter (RJ45). The adapter to be used must be a registered adapter, as each adapter requires drivers implemented in the camera to work. In the case of LTE adapters, you must first preset these devices on your local PC.