Panasonic has expanded its camera range with the launch of 6 new cameras, NAB 2015 has seen the announcement of a handheld, shoulder-mount, action, box and two studio cameras.
This has expanded Panasonics vast range of cameras even further and shows their commitment to 4K.
With Wide Dynamic Range Capture, Cinematic Image Handling, DVX200 is Equipped for High-Level Production, Ideal Companion Camera to VariCam 35.
The DVX200 will offer many top-end features including 4K/60p (UHD (3840×2160) resolution, when 60p mode is selected) recording, a 13X optical zoom and a V-Log L gamma curve (12 stops of latitude, target).
Delivering a shallow depth of field and a wide field of view, the DVX200 is the ideal companion camera to the company’s ground breaking VariCam 35 4K camera/recorder. With an integrated lens design, the DVX200 will excel in independent film and documentary production, as well as event videography.
The DVX200 will be optimized for 4K/HD production, and shares the esteemed VariCam family characteristics of filmic tonality and colorimetry, with natural, subtle rendering of skin flesh tones, and a V-Log curve emulating the natural grey-scale rendition of the VariCam 35. The camcorder will incorporate a newly-developed 4/3” large-format MOS sensor and offer variable frame rate recording up to 120fps in FHD mode, enhancing the DVX200’s utility in sports and VFX production.
Fully Loaded for Modern Field News Operations the AJ-PX380 Offers Advanced Network Functionality, Dual-Codec Recording.
The PX380 will record in AVC-LongG to provide on-air content direct from the shooting location and for workflows using content transferred over the internet. The camera will offer three AVC-LongG bit rates: AVC-LongG50/25 providing10 bit, 4:2:2 quality at bit rates of approximately 50/25 Mbps, and the more economical AVC-LongG12, which is optimized for field wireless workflows.
Built-in network functions support wired LAN, wireless LAN and 4G/LTE connections, enabling on-site preview, streaming and uploading data to a server quickly and easily at low cost with a PC/Mac, tablet or smart phone; or users can connect to the camera via WiFi to control, add or edit metadata, view proxies, or watch live streaming for logging or monitoring. Unique to Panasonic’s live streaming protocol is a quality of service (QoS) layer that rapidly and dynamically adjusts the bit rate of the streaming signal to optimize the transmission speed as bandwidth of the cellular network changes.
Ultra-Compact, lightweight, tough, and excels in the dark.
The A1 is designed to be used in harsh environments. Uniquely shaped, the cylindrical camera can be attached in numerous positions to suit a variety of shooting opportunities.
Multi-Purpose Camera With Simultaneous 4K and HD Output
Ideal for remote studio, weather and traffic reporting, image magnification and sports implementations. The UB300 is equipped with a one-inch MOS sensor that outputs a UHD signal up to 3840x2160/59.94p/50p with the ability to simultaneously output HD (up to 1080/59.94p/50p.
The camera uses existing 2/3-inch lenses and features high sensitivity (F10/2000lx), low noise (S/N 60dB) and dynamic range measured at 600% (-6dB～36dB). The UB300 is upwardly compatible with Panasonic's comprehensive line of high-performance indoor/outdoor pan-tilt systems.
4K and High-Speed 1080P Models
Targeted at studios and productions requiring high-end functionality at an affordable price, the UC3000 is equipped with a sensor that outputs a UHD signal up to 3840/2160/60p, while also delivering superior picture quality in HD. The camera’s B4 mount accommodates the gamut of existing 2/3-inch lenses to maximize customers’ return on their investment in existing lenses, and allowing a wider and more economical choice of glass for sports, concerts and similar applications. The UC3000 also enables shooting with high sensitivity (F10/2000lx), low noise (S/N 60dB), high resolution (1100 TV lines) and a wide dynamic range of 600%(-6dB～36dB).
The fast, high resolution AK-HC5000, capable of high-speed output up 1080/200p, will become Panasonic’s flagship studio model. The camera incorporates new 2/3” 2.2M 3-CMOS sensors with high sensitivity (F11/2000lx), low noise (S/N 60dB+), and resolution measured at 1100 TV lines.
The HC5000 shares many characteristics with the UC3000 including shockless Gain (-3~36dB), a User Gamma setting, Black Gamma Correction tracking pedestal, multi-step Digital Noise Reduction (DNR), reduced skew, flash-band compensation, DRS and CAC.
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