Company launches four new 4K 50/60P HEVC SRT streaming cameras with reduced latency and superior image quality
JVC has announced four new 4K 50/60P streaming PTZ camera models. As the latest addition to JVC’s CONNECTED CAM™ remote production solutions, the new series includes four models, which feature 4K 50/60P HEVC SRT streaming with multi-slice encoding technology to reduce latency and provide superior image quality. The cameras also boast a super-wide 80-degree field of view, which is perfect for studios, classrooms, corporate settings, event facilities, sports venues and houses of worship.
Introducing two new models to JVC’s DT-U Series of 4K production monitors - the 17" DT-U17 and the 24" DT-U24 monitor. These new models meet the growing demand for affordable 4K monitoring solutions in production and broadcast environments. The models feature 8-bit (DT-U17) and 10-bit (DT-U24) panel displays with 4K UHD native resolution and are ideal for critical video applications in the studio and on location.
4K and HD PTZ cameras provide NDI®|HX and SRT enhanced streaming features
JVC has unveiled three new PTZ remote cameras, designed for reliable remote IP production for education, corporate, live events and sport applications. The new 4K KY-PZ400N and HD KY-PZ200N cameras provide optimal streaming image quality and performance for remote production over the internet and are equipped with NDI®|HX and SRT streaming, H.265/H.264/MJPEG encoding and VITC (Vertical Interval Timecode) multi-camera synchronisation technologies. A third option, the new HD KY-PZ200, provides an economical solution, without NDI®|HX. All camera models are available in black or white variations to best match the ambience of the venue or project.
Network adaptive encoding/bitrate streaming function reduces bitrate if there’s network congestion
JVC has announced the latest firmware upgrades for its renowned GY-HC900 and GYHC500 CONNECTED CAM camcorders. With the built-in SRT protocol, JVC added Network Adaptive Encoding, reduced latency and the SRT decoder for return video over the internet. These new features enhance video-over IP functionality and position JVC’s CONNECTED CAM as a true leader in remote production applications.
Upgrade also adds new settings for the GY-HM170 and GY-HM180 4KCAM models
JVC has expanded the live streaming features for its GY-HM250 4K camcorders. As the first camera manufacturer to provide streaming directly from the camera, JVC’s GY-HM250 models will now include SNS video streaming with vertical and square guidelines on the viewfinder, to ensure an ideal image capture on a variety of platforms and devices. The company is also adding direct streaming to YouTube Live.
Quad split tutorial for DT-U monitors
The new JVC DT-U Series of 4K displays offers a high-quality solution for 4K monitoring. Product Manager, Semir Nouri, explains how to use the split screen function and how to attach it to a function key.
Many events, seminars, concerts or lectures have been cancelled as a protective measure against the further spread of the Covid-19 virus. Even services can no longer take place. As an alternative, many events can also be held online and streamed live on internet platforms such as Facebook or Youtube. But how does it work and what is needed? JVC explains in detail how a service or any other event can be recorded with a professional video camera and streamed directly to the Internet. In order for the online presence to work perfectly, professional equipment is required that offers excellent optical, graphic and audio-technical requirements - such as the JVC IP Dome and 4K streaming cameras.
Latest firmware adds exclusive easy setup for Facebook and YouTube
JVCKENWOOD has incorporated additional social media features to its CONNECTED CAM™ 500 and 900 Series camcorders with its latest firmware update. As the first camera manufacturer to provide streaming directly from the camera, JVC’s 500-Series cameras now include SNS video streaming with vertical and square guidelines on the viewfinder to ensure ideal image capture for a variety of platforms and devices. The company is adding easy setup functionality, allowing GY-HC500 users to stream to Facebook Live and YouTube Live with the click of a button. The firmware also incorporates RTMPS protocol for its GY-HC900 cameras.
New firmware adds features to further establish JVC as an industry-leading streaming solution
JVCKENWOOD furthers its commitment to providing the video production industry with the highest quality streaming solutions in a complete, plug-and-play package with its latest CONNECTED CAM firmware update. Using the open source Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology, JVC adds Forward Error Correction (FEC) and Stream Identifier (ID) to its 500 Series and 900 Series CONNECTED CAM cameras. The new firmware reinforces JVC’s standing in the industry as the leading provider of high-quality end-to-end streaming-capable camera solutions.
Dunstable Town football club is using JVC’s GY-HM200ESB camera with built-in graphics to live stream its matches, offering the club an alternative income stream. The club has had a hard time of late; the 2012-13 season saw them join the ranks of ‘invincibles’ – one of only three clubs in the English Football league to go unbeaten for an entire season – but the financial pressures of the Southern Premier League took their toll. With the departure of both the chairman and the manager at the end of the 2016-17 season, fans needed to step in to keep the club alive.
JVC will be exhibiting at the Media Production Show on 12-13th June at London Olympia's West Hall. Join them on stand 528 to see all the latest product news, including the new 4KCAM handheld camcorders with live streaming and graphic overlays, plus the hotly-anticipated CONNECTED CAM 2/3" camera.
Gustav Emrich talks to KitPlus magazine about the new GY-HC900 2/3-inch broadcast camcorder (CONNECTED CAM), plus the new 4KCAM cameras with integrated graphics and live streaming, which all form part of JVC’s end-to-end IP-based production solutions. Even single-camera productions can benefit from JVC’s connectivity; the new GY-HM250E offers live streaming as well as lower-third and full-screen titling solutions without an external CG or production switcher.
JVC has announced the GY-HC900 ‘CONNECTED CAM’ broadcast camcorder, which features three 2/3-inch CMOS image sensors for full HD imagery, as well as enhanced connectivity for a complete news-over-IP workflow solution in the field. The camera was demonstrated at the recent 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
JVC announced three new additions to its family of 4KCAM cameras at the recent NAB2018 show. Among other new features, the new GY-HM250E offers integrated graphics and live streaming, while the GY-HM250ESB adds sports-specific score overlays. Also new, the GY-HM180E sets a new benchmark for professional compact cameras without built-in streaming or graphics.
This new projector includes a Laser light source “Blu-Escent”, realising a brightness of 3,000lm which also has dynamic light source control, unique for laser, plus 20,000 hours operational life time. Additionally a high brightness, high quality, and vivid 4K picture can be produced thanks to the new lens dedicated for 4K and the new Cinema Filter with wide colour gamut.
JVCKENWOOD introduced three new projectors designed for the visualisation and simulation markets at ISE 2018. The DLA-VS4700 projector offers native 4K resolution with e-shift technology to display up to 8K resolution, while the DLA-VS4010 is JVC’s brightest simulation projector and provides 11 percent more vertical picture area than other 4K projectors. Finally, the DLA-VS4810 is an e-shift version of the VS4010, displaying up to 8K resolution and reproducing incredible images with deep blacks. All three models are ideal for simulation, immersive displays, museums and medical institutions.