JVC Previews New 4K Technology at NAB 2011

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WAYNE, NJ - JVC (Victor Company of Japan) has developed the world's first large-scale integration (LSI) chip for high-speed processing of high definition (HD) video, which will be an integral part of the next generation of camcorders from JVC Professional Products Company. The company is providing a technology demonstration during the 2011 NAB Show (Booth C4314), which runs through Thursday at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev.

The new LSI enables processing, encoding, and recording of 4K2K images, which have four times the resolution of full HD. It also has the power to record two 1920x1080 images from left and right cameras simultaneously using MPEG-4 MVC for HD 3D production.

In its booth, JVC has a few camera prototypes that utilize the new LSI technology, including two 4K cameras with sample video. JVC is also showing the GY-HMZ1U ProHD 3D handheld camcorder that will be introduced this fall.

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