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WATCH – The New Panasonic EVA1 – 5.7K Sensor, Dual Native ISO & More

WATCH – The New Panasonic EVA1 – 5.7K Sensor, Dual Native ISO & More

Panasonic’s new EVA 1 was the talk of Cine Gear, with a new and improved sensor that offers a number of interesting new features. Clint Milby spoke with Panasonic’s Mitch Gross at Band Pro’s recent Panasonic day event about the EVA1 and its future in the industry.

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Panasonic Unveils the ‘VariCam Pure’ – Cinema-Ready Version with Codex V-RAW

Panasonic Unveils the ‘VariCam Pure’ – Cinema-Ready Version with Codex V-RAW

Panasonic and Codex announced the release of the VariCam Pure, a combination of the VariCam35 camera head and the Codex V-RAW 2.0 recorder offering a cinema-ready camera ideal for episodic television and features.

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Panasonic Introduces Entry-Level AG-AC30 Full HD Handheld – No 4K?

Panasonic Introduces Entry-Level AG-AC30 Full HD Handheld – No 4K?

Panasonic today announced the introduction of the AG-AC30, a handheld camcorder with top professional features including a powerful 20X optical zoom, wide-angle 29.5mm lens, LED light for low-light shooting, two-channel XLR audio inputs and simultaneous record or relay record with hot swap. With Full HD (1080p) recording, the entry-level AC30 ...

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NAB 2016: The Handheld Panasonic VariCam LT

NAB 2016: The Handheld Panasonic VariCam LT

The smaller alternative to the VariCam, the VariCam LT is certainly a powerhouse in its own right. We spoke with Panasonic’s Paul McAniff for more on their recent addition to their cinema camera line.

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Panasonic Goes Pro Handheld 4K With The VariCam LT Cinema Camcorder

Panasonic Goes Pro Handheld 4K With The VariCam LT Cinema Camcorder

Panasonic’s new VariCam LT Cinema Camcorder miniaturizes the VariCam 35, offering 4K, super 35mm sensor and more at reduced weight size and price.

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Cinegear 2014: Does Panasonic’s GH4 Make You Want To Go 4K?

Cinegear 2014: Does Panasonic’s GH4 Make You Want To Go 4K?

The successor to the LUMIX GH3, the new Panasonic LUMIX GH4 is Panasonic’s big upgrade to the camera line, particularly due to its 4K capabilities. At Cinegear 2014, we stopped to talk to Thomas Curley of Panasonic to find out more.

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