JVC Announces the Everio GZ-HM400 Camcorder

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JVC just showed off the Everio GZ-HM400 Camcorder at CEDIA last week and is currently launching it in the United States.  The camera features a 10.3-megapixel CMOS sensor with Bayer Array RGB Color Filter and has 32GB of internal memory.  The camera is capable of full 1920 x 1080 HD video recording as well as 9-megapixel still image shots.  The memory can be expanded out with SD/SDHC cards if 32 gigabytes isn't enough.  The camera uses a Konica Minolta HD Lens as well.

Other features include an optical image stabilizer, face detection technology (up to 16 faces), one touch YouTube uploading and JVC's K2 Technology, included to restore sound details typically lost during compression.  The camera has three different high-speed recording modes (120 fps, 300 fps and 600 fps) designed for slow-motion video playback.  For instance, a 3.6 second video clip can be spread over 36 seconds at 600 fps. 

JVC's HD Everio GZ-HM400 is positioned at a price of $999.95 in the United States.