JVC announced today a brand new addition to their Everio line-up. The new model is called the GZ-HM400 and it's an HD camcorder with the 1080i widescreen and H.264 goodness of the GZ-X900 but an all new 10.2-megapixel sensor.
This new camcorder also has a 10X Konica-Minolta lens, 600fps slow-mo shooting, YouTube, iMovie, iTunes and Final Cut exporting and 32GB of built-in flash memory, along with a SDHC card slot for expanding the capacity two-fold.
This latest JVC camera model will be available in Japan first on August 8th for about $1,156. We don't have any U.S. release date details or pricing just yet, but it is pretty safe to assume the camera will make it stateside eventually.