Thanks for your message, Thomas!
If you are just starting with 360 product photography, we usually recommend to get something simple like this DIY turntable
or a similar "lazy susan" platform (even a cake stand would do it as a proof of concept). Or you can get one of the many automated display stands on eBay
that we see being re-sold as "360 product photography" turntables elsewhere.
3D multi-row product spins like the JVC camera are a bit more involved and here's our DIY approach
for starters. Once you get a feel for it, you may consider professional equipment (it can cost many thousands of dollars for the hemispherical 3d spins).
PS: we haven't short the JVC camera so can't comment on how the full 3d spin was achieved there, unfortunately! These guys are ultimate pros in 360 product photography. We always looked up to them