[CES 2012] CES is the platform where many companies make major announcements of new products, and this year, JVC delivers their new range of Everio camcorders that will come with integrated Wi-Fi connectivity so that video clips and still images can be emailed to your mates within a wireless network, or you can also perform data transfer to smartphones without having to hook it up via a pesky cable that seems to get all tangled up whenever you are not looking. One major point of all these new Everio models would be the ability to shoot in 1920 x 1080 Full HD based on the AVCHD format, where you will be treated to high quality recording in UXP mode with a 24 Mbps sampling rate. To make sure you can view back those recorded images the way they were meant to be, all models also sport HDMI output.
Four of the 2012 Everio camcorders will come with Wi-Fi connectivity, and free app for Android- or iOS-powered devices will further harness this feature by making it a snap to wirelessly transfer video and stills to a smartphone for quick sharing via the internet. Not only that, your smartphone can then function as a remote control for the Everio, where you can proceed to geotag video and photo files thanks to the smartphone’s GPS capability. You can email up to 15-second video clips at 640 x 360 pixels to eight email addresses, maximum, while Live Monitoring ensures you can perform real time monitoring on a smartphone. Depending on the model of your choice, the spanking new 2012 JVC Everio camcorder line will hit the market in Q1 2012, with prices starting from $229.95 and going all the way to $899.95.
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