JVC GY-HM750E (GYHM750E) ProHD Camcorder
Shoulder mount camcorder with 14x Interchangeable Canon lens
3CCD - 60, 50, 30, 25 and 24 frames selectable
.MOV & .MP4 wrappers
SDHC non proprietary inexpensive media
ProHD Compact Shoulder Solid State Camcorder W/14X Canon Lens
The GY-HM750E (JVC GY-HM750) is JVC's latest addition to the ProHD range. The HM 750 is the perfect acquisition tool offering a choice of SD or HD recording onto inexpensive SDHC media. The HM750 offers the same SD recording functionality as the GY-HM 790 at a more competitive price point with a number of extra features incorporated as a direct result of customer feedback.
New encoding engine with SD and HD capability
Includes 14x Canon KT14x4.4KRSJ HD Lens
Concurrent recording on both SDHC media in the camera
Direct Dock System to attach various accessories
New KA-AS790 ASI option for direct transmission over satellite and RF links
New easier to use menu structure and design
Automatic selection of Colour Matrices for HD (ITU-R) and SD (EBU)
Increased Pre-Rec buffer allowing 20s of footage to be recorded before trigger
One new feature is the capability to record identical files simultaneously onto both SDHC cards. Having an instant backup gives the camera operator the extra level of confidence needed for those special once-in-a-lifetime shots that can not be repeated. Additionally the optional KA-MR100G recording unit can be connected to the Direct Dock System to make a third recording on an SxS card with up to 64GB capacity.
Another feature to help secure that important shot is the "Pre-Rec Buffer". With this activated the camera will continuously record a loop of footage; once the record trigger is activated the footage from the loop will be added to the beginning of the main recording. Earlier models only offer the operator a 3s loop but the JVC GY-HM750 can record up to 20s of footage before the actual record trigger. This makes it easier to capture shots that are difficult to time, a situation often found while recording wildlife.
HD is generally the preferred acquisition and production format for many users however some situations may require direct recording to industry standard DV encoded SD files. In response to customer feedback the GY HM750 has been built to allow direct recording of 25mbps DV encoded signals on affordable SDHC media. The standard definition recording system supports both 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios. Following the philosophy of direct file access introduced with the GY-HM700 series, the SD recordings of the JVC GY-HM750 can be saved as QuickTime files directly compatible with Apple’s Final Cut or as AVI files compatible with many other popular NLE systems.
In addition to the SD recording capability the GY-HM750 allows the user to choose from the same rich variety of HD resolutions, frame rates and file formats as the previous HM series models. This includes full HD 1920x1080 HQ recordings at 35 Mbps and the popular 720p HQ recording capability with over- and under cranking. Frame rates of 60, 50, 30, 25 and 24 frames per second allow the user to choose the ideal setting for any project from sports acquisition to cinematography.
Like all JVC GY-HM700 series cameras the JVC GY-HM750 will automatically select the appropriate HD or SD colour matrix depending on the chosen production format. This makes it easier to use the camera in a variety of applications and to match it to other cameras in a studio or EFP production environment regardless whether HD or SD is being used for shooting the footage. In summary what this means is the following:
a) In HD it generates colours that follow the matrix definition of ITU-R BT.709
b) In SD it generates colours that follow the matrix definition of the EBU
The GY-HM750U includes a detachable 14x Canon KT14x4.4KRSJ HD lens based on the superb optics found in more expensive HD lenses. Its superior MTF provides higher resolution than typical "stock" lenses. The lens has improved lateral and longitudinal chromatic aberration characteristics and is ideal for full 1920 x 1080 imaging. Canon's internal focusing system minimizes "breathing" compared with typical focusing systems. Internal focus also makes possible a more efficient light blocking lens hood. ENG shooters will be pleased with its wider angle and consistent brightness from 4.4mm (wide) to 62mm (telephoto) with no F-drop. Operation is the same as with all professional lenses, with mechanical control of focus, and servo or manual control of zoom and aperture.
The GY-HM750 camera also comes standard with a high resolution LCOS colour viewfinder and microphone. For even more flexibility additional accessories are available that expand the range of applications for this camera further, a typical example is the VF-HP790 8.4" studio viewfinder that was originally developed for the GY-HM790 which cab also be used with the GY-HM750. This Studio Viewfinder in combination with the KA-790 studio sled allows operators to use the camera in simple field production (EFP) scenarios with tripod and lens remotes.
GY-HM750 Specifications - General -
Power: DC 12V (11-17V)
Power consumption: Approx. 26W (Recording made with standard lens and LCD monitor in use)
Weight: Approx. 3.3kg (7.5 lbs.)(including lens, viewfinder, microphone)
Operating temperature: 0ºC to 40ºC (32ºF to 104ºF)
Storage temperature: -20ºC to 60ºC (-4ºF to 140ºF)
Operating humidity: 30% to 80% RH
Storage humidity: Under 85%
Camera - Image sensor: 1/3" Progressive scan 3CCD
Lens: Canon F1.6, 14x, f+4.4-61.6mm (35mm conversion:32 to 448mm)
Lens mount: 1/3" bayonet system
Filter diameter: 82mm
Shutter speed: 1/6 to 1/10000, EEI
Gain: 0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB, 15dB, 18dB,ALC
ND filter: OFF, +1/4 ND, +1/16 ND
Minimum illumination: 1.25lx (typical) (1920x1080 mode, F1.4, +18dB, with 8-frame accumulation)
Synchronizing system: Internal sync: built-in SSG
LCD display: 4.3" LCD, 800 x 480 (WVGA, 410,000 pixels)
Viewfinder: 0.45" LCOS, 1,226,000 pixels (852 x 480 x 3)
Video / Audio - Recording media: SDHC memory card (Class 6 or Class 10), 2 slots
Video recording: Video codec: MEG-2 Long GOPFile Format: Quick time formatfor Final Cut Pro/mp4 file format Note*1
HD Recording mode: HQ mode: VBR, 35Mbps (1920 x 1080i 50/60, p24/25/30) MPEG-2 MP@HLSP mode: CBR, 25Mbps (1440 x 1080i 50/60) / 19Mbps (1280 x 720p 24/25/30)MPEG-2 MP@H-14; 19Mbps (1280 x 720p 50/60) MPEG-2 MP@HL
SD Recording mode: DV compression 4:1:1(NTSC: GY-HM750U/CHU only)/4:2:0(PAL: GY-HM750E/CHE), 8-bit, 25Mbps
Video Frame Rate: NTSC setting HD HQ mode:1920x1080/59.94i, 29.97p, 23.98p, 1440x1080/59.94i (MOV only), 1280x720/59.94p, 29.97p, 23.98pHD SP mode: 1440x1080/59.94i, 1280x720/59.94p 29.97p, 23.98p
NTSC SD mode: 480/59.94i (GY-HM750U/CHU only)
PAL setting HD HQ mode: 1920x1080/50i, 25p, 1440x1080/50i (MOV only), 1280x720/50p, 25p
HD SP mode: 1440x1080/50i, 1280x720/50p, 25p
PAL SD mode: 576/50i (GY-HM750E/CHE only)
HD HQ 720p mode - NTSC setting: 10/12/15/20/24/30/40/48/60fps / PAL setting: 10/12.5/20/25/40/50 fps
Audio recording: HD: Linear PCM 2ch, 48 kHz / 16 bit, SD: Linear PCM 2ch, 48 kHz / 16 bit or 4ch, 32 kHz / 12 bit
Interface - Video output: Analog Composite output (downconverted 480i or 576i, 4:3/16:9): 1.0V (p-p), 75-ohms, BNC (unbalanced; switchable from analog component Y output)
Analog Component output (down-converted 480i or 576i; 720p /1080i) : BNC x3 (unbalanced)
Y: 1.0V (p-p), 75-ohms Pb, & Pr: 0.7V (p-p) 75-ohms
SDI output (down-converted 480i or 576i / 720p /1080i: embedded audio) BNC (unbalanced)
HD-SDI: Compliant with SMPTE 292M / SD-SDI: Compliant with SMPTE 259M
Audio input: [MIC] -60 dBu, 3k-ohms, XLR (balanced), +48V output (phantom power supply)[LINE] +4 dBu, 10k-ohms, XLR (balanced)
Audio output: -8±1 dBu (audio signal process output at +20 dB), 1k-ohms, RCA X 2 (unbalanced)
Headphone: φ3.5mm mini jack (stereo) x2
IEEE1394 output: 4 pin
Remote connector: DIN 6 pin
USB: MIni USB-B type, USB2.0, mini B, slave function (mass storage class) only
Provided Accessories - Microphone x1
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