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NAB2015: Panasonic boosts 4K line up

NAB2015: Panasonic boosts 4K line up
David Wood
15 April 2015

Panasonic has announced plans for a 4K studio camera the AK-UC3000 4K system, set for release in Winter 2015.

Panasonic is the latest camera manufacturer to launch a B4 mount 4K camera designed for outside broadcast use, after Sony and Grass Valley revealed similar plans at the weekend.

Panasonic's AK-UC3000 studio handy camera has a sensor outputting UHD up to 3840x2160/60p and a B4 mount.

It also offers shockless gain (-6~36dB), a user gamma setting, Black Gamma correction tracking pedestal, and multi-step digital noise reduction.

Other new cameras from Panasonic at NAB this year include the AG-DVX200, a large-sensor 4/3 type handheld 4K camcorder aimed at independent film, documentary production and event videography.

It offers features including UHD (up to 3840x2160/60p) recording, 12 stops of latitude, a 13x optical zoom and a V-Log L gamma curve.

Delivering a shallow depth of field and a wide field of view, the DVX200 has an integrated lens design.

Panasonic also announced the AK-UB300, a multi-purpose 4K box camera described as ideal for remote studio, weather, image magnification and sports broadcasting.

The UB300 is equipped with a one-type MOS sensor that can output simultaneously in both UHD (up to 3840x2160/ 59.94p/60p) and HD (up to 1080/60p).

“We are very excited by the innovations that we are showcasing in Las Vegas,” said André Meterian, director of Panasonic’s broadcast business in Europe, Russia and CIS.

“This allows us, for the first time, to offer a full line up of 4K products right through from cinema to studio. This really sets us apart from the rest of the market as a supplier of end-to-end 4K solutions.”

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