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Grab the JVC GY-LS300 4KCAM Handheld S35mm Camcorder for just $1,895!

JVC GY LS300 camcorder deal
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The Black Friday deals  are coming hard and fast now, with lots of retailers offering some really great discounts ahead of the day itself. If you're a shooter looking for a camcorder that can deliver beautiful 4K Ultra High Definition video, then check out this great bargain from B&H...

The JVC GY-LS300 4KCAM Handheld S35mm Camcorder (Body Only), which usually sells for $3,495, has now been reduced to just $1,895!

The GY-LS300 is part of JVC's 4KCAM line of cameras, which can record 8-bit 4:2:2 HD Signals at up to 60P at 50Mb/s. 

This camcorder supports dual codec recording, which means you can capture two different codecs, .mov and AVCHD, simultaneously to its dual SDHC/SDXC media card slots using optional media cards. 

The GY-LS300 incorporates 3G-SDI and HDMI outputs, supporting 4K output over the HDMI out.


JVC GY-LS300 4KCAM Handheld S35mm camcorder: $1,895
The JVC GY-LS300 4KCAM Handheld S35mm Camcorder (Body Only), is a versatile camcorder that capable of delivering stunning 4K video. It usually sells for $3,495, and has been reduced to just $1,895 for one day only! So hurry...
US deal, ends midnight 21 November GMT

The GY-LS300 is capable of supporting wireless streaming to a variety of streaming services while simultaneously recording HD to an optional memory card: which is a boon.

The camcorder also supports IP network remote control, remote viewing, metadata editing, and FTP of clips across a network using optional network connections and adapters. 

The discount being offered here is for the camcorder body only (and does not include a lens), however, the camcorder features an MFT mount so you can use a wide variety of full-frame, PL, C, and EF mount lenses with optional adapters. 

It also features both a flip out 3.5 LCD view screen and flip up EVF, so it's perfect for reviewing your footage. It also features a detachable handle which provides two XLR audio inputs, both with phantom power.

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Kulsoom Middleton

Kulsoom has a long history of contributing to Future’s portfolio of photography publications, including N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine and Digital Camera Magazine, making her well placed to identify some of the best deals and savings being offered – especially during sales bonanzas like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day.

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