In the following video, Mia McCormick introduces us to JVC's new ENG-style, shoulder-mount professional video cameras, the GY-HM850U and studio-configurable GY-HM890U. The video opens with a discussion of the multi-codec recording system of the cameras, which are supported by nearly every major editing program, and include a 50 Mbps setting that meets the requirements set by many broadcasters. Also covered is the Funjinon 20x lens, with its f/1.6 to 3.0 minimum aperture and 29 to 580mm equivalent focal length. This lens ships with both cameras, and contributes to their 2,000 lux sensitivity at f/11 and 60 Hz. The video concludes on what, for many, will be a most notable feature: the option to connect a USB broadband modem so that the camera can be operated remotely using a smartphone or other mobile device, which allows you to upload low-bitrate proxy copies of your footage securely to an FTP site. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com.




i like these vedio camera JVC GY-HM850U 

How do I apply and what is payment prosiders

Hi Moletsane -

Both cameras are available via on-line ordering from our website (click on the live links below) or by calling us directly: 800.606.6969 / 212.444.6615.  B&H accepts all major credit cards and bank wire transfer payments.



Please contact us via e-mail if you have additional questions:  [email protected]


Me gustaría saber los precios de ambas cámaras.

Hola Cesar -

Ambas cámaras están disponibles a través de pedidos en línea desde nuestro sitio web (haga clic en los enlaces en vivo a continuación) o llamándonos directamente: 800.606.6969 / 212.444.6615. B & H acepta todas las tarjetas de crédito y los  pagos Transferencia Bancaria



Por favor mandenos un e-mail a [email protected] si tiene mas preguntas.

Just bought this camera (not at B&H), and have used it a handfull of times.  Watch out for the very flimsy auto/manual iris switch on the lens; ours came off on just the second shoot.  Lucky to find it in the brush.  Even on our 12-year old SD camera that switch is solid, as it should be for something that gets a lot of use.