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Mark Peters : September 25th 2015 - 14:16 CET

Panasonic AJ-PX380 shoulder-mount camcorder


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PanasonicPanasonic shoulder-mount camcorders : Panasonic announces pricing for AJ-PX380 camcorder. Panasonic has announced that at the end of September 2015 it will begin shipping the Panasonic AJ-PX380 1/3-inch 2.2M 3MOS AVC-ULTRA shoulder-mount camcorder, which offers powerful IT/wireless connectivity capabilities and dual codec recording for simultaneous high resolution and proxy image capture. The Panasonic shoulder-mount camcorder will be available in two versions: the Panasonic AJ-PX380GF including camera body plus AG-CVF15 Color Viewfinder and XT17x4.5 BRM 17X Fujinon lens for a suggested list price of $11,995 USD; and the Panasonic AJ-PX380G-camera-body only-for a suggested list price of $8,395 USD.
Panasonic AJ-PX380

Panasonic shoulder-mount camcorder
The PX380’s multi-codec AVC-ULTRA offers master-quality and/or low-bit-rate 10-bit, 4:2:2 recording in full raster HD to meet a variety of user needs from mastering to transmission. Addressing the need for high-speed file exchange, high-resolution AVC-Proxy encodes in parallel with higher bandwidth production formats, enabling fast, efficient offline editing, at bit rates from 6 megabits down to 800 kilobits per second. The Panasonic shoulder-mount camcorder also records in AVC-LongG to provide on-air content direct from the shooting location and for workflows using content transferred over the internet. The camera offers three AVC-LongG bit rates: AVC-LongG50/25 providing 10 bit, 4:2:2 quality at bit rates of approximately 50/25 Mbps, and the more economical AVC-LongG12, optimized for field wireless workflows.

Built-in network functions
The PX380’s impressive workflow ability is epitomized by the camcorder’s simultaneous dual recording, with choices of HD or SD proxies. 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.

Panasonic AJ-PX380 features
A built-in Camera Adaptor function facilitates direct integration via two simple BNC cables to Panasonic’s studio base station, the AG-BS300. A basic AG-EC4 camera extension control and remote control panel complete the studio configuration, a systemized approach native to the PX380 that is much simpler than previous models and removes the need for camera head adaptors and VF interface boxes. The Panasonic PX380 will include a “Rec during Uploading” function to allow automatic transfer of previously recorded content to an FTP server, which means that recording is possible even while video content is being uploaded. The Panasonic camcorder will also support a P2 Remote Operation Panel (ROP) application, enabling wireless control of PX380 camera settings using an Apple iPad. The P2 ROP App is available free of charge at the Apple App Store.

Shoulder-mount camcorders
The PX380 shoulder-mount camcorder is designed for easy integration into Panasonic’s new P2 Cast cloud-based news system, which adds the flexibility of a file-based workflow and multiple-user access via a private cloud. In combination with P2 Cast, the PX380 delivers a wide range of remote proxy based workflow options: remote preview, streaming, proxy review, simple editing /EDL creation, in-camera conform of selects, and FTP of selects (often while the camera is recording new material). With the flexibility of a B4 lens mount, the PX380 can be used with 1/3" to 2/3" lens adapters for use with existing 2/3" zoom and prime lenses. Incorporating a fast, intuitive menu structure, the Panasonic PX380 features a wide range of recording modes, including the full range of 100 Mbps AVC-Intra formats, up to 1080/60p,50p. Two micro P2 card slots facilitate cost-effective operation; a P2 card slot and SD card slot are also included.

Panasonic focus assist functions
Professional interfaces include HDMI out, HD/SD-SDI in/out, 3G-SDI out to support 1080 60p video output, genlock in/video out for multi-camera operation, timecode in/out, USB 2.0 (host), and USB 2.0 (device). The PX380 boasts a built-in electronic level gauge that confirms camera tilting on the LCD monitor screen and keeps the camera level during handheld, low-angle and high-angle shooting. A variety of focus assist functions (Focus-in-Color, Expand and Focus Bar) supports quick and accurate focusing in manual focus mode. Other top-level shooting functions include four-position optical ND filters (CLEAR, 1/4 ND, 1/16 ND, 1/64 ND), Scan Reverse, a 2x/4x digital zoom, electronic shutter with slow shutter capability, Slow and Synchro Scan, shockless, three-position Auto White Balance, and +36 dB Super Gain for extra-high sensitivity.




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