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Handheld AVCCAM HD Recorder/Player, lcd 3,5" HD/SD-SDI & Component YUV
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€ 2.701,45

€ 2.512,98 VAT excl.

Available in 34 days
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Versatile, point-of-view camera/recorder system
Full HD 1920x1080 resolution images
Enhanced professional functions

The AG-HMR10EU handheld AVCCAM HD solid-state recorder puts the flexibility of recording and viewing high quality 1080 and 720 AVCHD content directly in the palm of your hand.

AVCHD recording is superior to HDV, providing double the recording time and higher quality than older MPEG-2 compression used in HDV formats.

The battery-powered AG-HMR10EU can be teamed with the optional - compact AK-HCK10G Full HD camera head (POVCAM) to form a versatile, point-of-view camera/recorder system. As it is equipped with an HD-SDI in/out, the AG-HMR10EU can also serve as stand-alone recorder for any HD-SDI-capable camera, switcher or deck.

The AG-HMR10EU records stunning full HD 1920x1080 resolution images onto low-cost SD memory cards in three recording modes, the highest quality PH mode* (average 21 Mbps/max. 24 Mbps), HA mode (approx.17 Mbps) and HG mode (approx.13 Mbps). The fourth recording mode, HE (approx. 6 Mbps), records at 1440x1080. On a single 32GB SD card, the HMR10 can record for up to three hours in PH mode and up to 12 hours in HE mode.

The handheld unit records in HD formats including 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 720/60p and 720/50p. With input from the AG-HCK10G camera head, the AG-HMR10EU will also record 1080/30p, 1080/25p and 1080/24p. The handheld unit gives users instant access to content in thumbnail clips and offers a variety of playback functions and solid-state recording modes. It features a built-in 3.5" LCD screen, flexible operation controls, and offers professional interfaces including HD-SDI input/output, HDMI output and USB 2.0.

The AG- HMR10EU and AG-HCK10G are ideal for a wide range of applications ranging from nature observation, video production, news gathering, law enforcement, surveillance, sports, healthcare**, education and much more.