Two pieces tend to get a little more common around this time of year, but we can't think of another instance that JVC has ever used "two-piece" to describe one of their cameras. The GY-LSX2 is a handheld version of the GY-LSX1. The LSX2 uses Micro Four Thirds lenses and has an AltaSens 13.6MP CMOS sensor.
DVDs came on the video scene in 1995 and it promised to be a great solution to video sharing and storage. Gone was the need to horde stacks of low-quality VHS tapes. Almost two decades later, DVDs are still used throughout the world and despite cloud storage, flash-drive sharing and mobile uploads, these shiny little discs are the one universal method of sharing and storing video files.
Discs may be the last physical form of data storage, so it is appropriate that the creators of the VHS also develop the archival DVD. JVC Advanced Media tested DVD-Rs with the ISO/IEC 10995, which doesnt exactly toss the disc to the dog, but does implement up to 77 degrees with 50 percent relative humidity.