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Item# AG-HMR10
Handheld AVCCAM HD Recorder/Player now with 720p at 8Mpbs mode
$2,050.00
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The AG-HMR10 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 HMR10 can be teamed with the optional ultra-compact AK-HCK10 Full HD camera head (POVCAM) to form a versatile; point-of-view camera/recorder system. And because its equipped with an HD-SDI in/out; the HMR10 can also serve as standalone recorder for any HD-SDI-capable camera; switcher and deck.

The HMR10 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 3 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-HCK10 camera head; the HMR10 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.

When teamed with the HCK10; the HMR10 is ideal for a wide range of applications fin nature observation; video production; newsgathering; law enforcement; surveillance; sports; healthcare; education and much more.

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