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Old December 19th, 2007, 11:38 AM   #1
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New GYHD200U Promotion

JVC is making your purchase for a new ProHD camcorder more cost effective. JVC is now offering a Free DRHD100GB60 HDD with the purchase of a new GYHD200U camcorder package from an Authorized JVC Reseller!

The DRHD100GB60 ProHD Hard Disk Recorder/Drive has the ability to record in nativeve .m2t and .mov HD file format!

In addition the the Free HDD, JVC is still going to include the Free Anton Bauer Power Promotion ABTRIMPACPKG2. This package includes the Tandem 70 battery charger/power supply and One TrimPac14 45 watt hour (14.4v) battery!

This promotion is valid from December 1, 2007 through March 28, 2008.
To obtain this promotion, you will need to complete a JVC certificate which you can obtain from your JVC Reseller or download from JVC's website. TapeWorks Texas Inc will provide this certificate at time of purchase. You will also be required to send proof of purchase (invoice) that you purchased your GYHD110U from an Authorized Reseller.

If you have any questions regarding this promotion, contact JVC Professional. TapeWorks Texas Inc is also available to answer any questions as well as provide a customized quotation for your application. Call TapeWorks toll free in the US 866-827-3489.

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Scott Cantrell
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Old December 19th, 2007, 12:34 PM   #2
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I'm a little confused...

I'm a little confused...

According to Focus Enhancement's website the DR-HD100 won't record 720p60 as quicktime- only as M2T. M2T files are not editable with FCP without a lengthy conversion to quicktime. THEN you can drag and drop into the timeline.

Have they updated the DR-HD100? Was there an announcement? Am I wrong?
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Old December 19th, 2007, 03:36 PM   #3
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Justin, you are correct, the DRHD100 does not record 720p60 as quicktime.
I revised the phrasing on my origional post and appologize for any misunderstanding.
However, I can tell you that 720p60 in quicktime on the DRHD100 will be coming in the near future. It is already in beta testing. Something to look forward to!

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Old December 19th, 2007, 04:27 PM   #4
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Okay, that's what I thought. I have 2 HD200's and am looking forward to the update.
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Old December 19th, 2007, 07:42 PM   #5
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DRHD100 Press Release Web Link

Here's the web link to the Focus Enhancements press release that speaks about the 3.0 firmware upgrade enabling the DRHD100 to record HDV720 60p and 50p as QuickTime files: http://investors.focusinfo.com/relea...leaseID=279829

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