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JVC GY-HM600 revealed as GY-HMQ10 finally ships to 4k fans

JVC GY-HM600 revealed as GY-HMQ10 finally ships to 4k fans

JVC has outed a new ProHD camcorder, the GY-HM600, as well as finally beginning shipments of the much-anticipated GY-HMQ10 4k camcorder, albeit a little later than planned. The GY-HM600 shoots up to Full HD video, unlike its more expensive 4k sibling, with a wide angle 23x autofocus zoom with a particular emphasis on low-light photography (F11 at 2000 lux).

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Livestream debuts Broadcaster, affordable HD live streaming hardware

Livestream debuts Broadcaster, affordable HD live streaming hardware

Livestream, the current leader in live streaming services, is shaking things up by introducing an industry-first affordable portable HD video encoder and uploader called the Broadcaster. This device will work with the company's New Livestream service to bring an unlimited ad-free HD broadcasting solution to the masses. With the Broadcaster, live video coverage of events would only require a camera and an internet connection.

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Canon EOS-1D C and C500 bring 4K video recording

Canon EOS-1D C and C500 bring 4K video recording

Canon today has announced two new cameras in their lineup, the EOS-1D C DSLR, and C500 4K Cinema video camera. The C300 was criticized for only being able to record 1080p video, so in response, Canon has added this new model to record in eye watering 4K. The EOS-1D C hasn’t been left out, though, and can also record 4K.

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HTC One X Review

HTC One X Review

HTC needed to hit reset on its smartphone strategy. Lulled, perhaps, by several years of leading the Android device market, 2011 brought an incredibly strong push by Samsung and a growing mismatch between the agile software users desired and the bloated, over-stylized interface of HTC Sense. The HTC One X - and the One Series it leads - is the first of the company's attempt to reclaim its former position, a Tegra 3 toting powerhouse with a big screen, boastful camera and slick design. Still with the specter of the Samsung Galaxy S III on the near horizon, not to mention Apple's iPhone 5, the One X needs to do more than storm the spec sheet if it's to make the impact HTC requires. Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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LG Lucid Hands-on and Unboxing

LG Lucid Hands-on and Unboxing

This week LG and Verizon have announced a cute little addition to their 4G LTE lineup with the "Lucid by LG", complete with a lovely 4-inch IPS LCD display and dual-core processor inside. This device fits rather nicely in the hand, is made to be a big competitor in the mid-range for LTE speed on smartphones, and has a 1080p-capable camera on the back. This camera will go well with built-in video editing software by the name of "Video Producer" - included on a smartphone for the first time by LG here today.

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Sony’s Ratchet & Clank classics get ratcheted up to 1080p

Sony’s Ratchet & Clank classics get ratcheted up to 1080p

Sony is set to launch a re-release version of its classic Ratchet & Clank games from the PS2, available in full 1080p HD support, or 720p 3D support for those with the equipment to take their game to the next dimension. In addition to a complete remastering of the graphics, the games have added trophy support. And, where applicable, online multiplayer has been recreated to function with the Playstation Network.

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Samsung NX20 WiFi camera leaks

Samsung NX20 WiFi camera leaks

Just a couple of days ago Samsung and Panasonic both revealed that they were mulling the idea of a smart camera, able to run Android and integrate with social networks via WiFi connectivity. Now a leak from Dutch website Focus Media suggests that a Samsung made digital camera with WiFi is indeed on the horizon.

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Sony Bloggie Sport HD camera shipping today

Sony Bloggie Sport HD camera shipping today

Sony's Bloggie Sport HD video camera has begun shipping today, ready to take on your weekend adventure. The rugged pocketable camcorder was first unveiled at CES earlier this year and is designed to handle extreme environments while providing sharp 1080p Full HD video recording and 5-megapixel still images.

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iTunes 1080p image quality near Blu-ray

iTunes 1080p image quality near Blu-ray

Besides the new iPad, Apple recently announced a new Apple TV with support for 1080p content, which can now be downloaded from iTunes. This was a welcome upgrade from the 720p downloads it's been offering, but just how much of an improvement should we expect? And is the image quality boost worth it for ordering the new Apple TV? Ars Technica did a comparison and discovered that the 1080p was clearly better than the 720p and was nearly as good as Blu-ray.

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Raspberry Pi hit by manufacturing delay

Raspberry Pi hit by manufacturing delay

Last week the $35 Raspberry Pi computer went on sale, seeing strong demand and a total buyout of stock in under two hours. Those hoping to see the Linux machine hitting their doorsteps in the near future could be in for some disappointment: the Raspberry Pi foundation announced that it has suffered a production setback.

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New Apple TV hands-on

New Apple TV hands-on

Apple's new Apple TV looks no different from the outside, but when you hook up your TV it's another matter: Full HD video support, along with a new, streamlined UI that pulls the STB further in line with its iOS siblings. The compact box plays particularly nicely with the new iPad, and while 1080p isn't enough to handle the Retina Display on the new tablet, the video shifting technology makes them a great pairing.

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Acer’s H6500 DLP projector brings 24fps 1080p viewing to home cinemas

Acer’s H6500 DLP projector brings 24fps 1080p viewing to home cinemas

Acer today announced its latest DLP home theater projector, called the H6500, that offers true 24fps 1080p Full HD projection of up to 300 inches. With such high-definition projection and massive screen size support, the Acer H6500 projector promises to bring the viewing quality of commercial movie cinemas to the comforts of your own home theater.

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