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Let's flash back a few scant months to April 2016 and NAB. I know it (really) seems like such a long time ago. But it wasn’t. So there I was. I took one look at the Panasonic Varicam LT, picked it up and said to myself, hey this is the kind of camera I have been waiting for. (I really said that.)
Over the last couple of years, I have been very fortunate to test and evaluate many different types of cameras. From full-size 8K to specialized miniature POV units putting different cameras to the test is always interesting and a lot of fun. In this review, we are going to be taking a look at the Panasonic AG-CX10. The AG-CX10 is said to be the little brother of the Panasonic AG-CX 350. In either case, both are excellent choices for people that need a good amount of features that allow for a quick start-up, getting the shots you need, then scramming out of harm's way. But before I get too deep there are a couple of the things I try to keep in mind when reviewing gear. Who is this camera for? What might they use it for? Will it be a good fit and a good return on investment?
Panasonic Corporation announced it has delivered its state-of-the-art AV equipment to the 22nd Olympic Winter Games to be held in Sochi, Russia from February 7 to 23, 2014. Panasonic has supplied a large amount of equipment to the competition venues and the Olympic related facilities in a variety of AV product areas. Among these, Panasonic's supply of security cameras to the Sochi Olympic Winter Games is the largest in the history of the Olympic Games, and the supply of LED large screen displays is the largest ever by area in the Olympic Winter Games.View the list of all the Panasonic equipment shipped for the Winter Games.
It's safe to say Panasonic's VariCams are quite the hot ticket item for production pros, find out exactly what it is that has these cams creating industry buzz.
I might not send this one back. Ok, I know I say that a lot (like all the time) but in this might be the case this time, not kidding. After shooting with the Panasonic AU-EVA1 over the last several weeks I have come to the not so modest conclusion that this is one heck of a camera. I say that in the midst of a stream of new or updated cameras from a bunch of manufacturers that started in mid-2017 and haven’t stopped yet. So what makes the Panasonic EVA1 stand out? Thought you would never ask.
As the Technology Editor for ProductionHUB, my job is to review production tools used by media professionals like you. Normally, I only get to review these products one at a time. But recently, I had the great opportunity to test two products at the same time. The new Panasonic AG-CX350 4K Camera along with the new SHOTOKU SX 200 tripod. I thought it would be an excellent test since freelancers like you and me often work with gear that we might not always be that familiar with, but still need to get the job done.
The Digital Cinema Society’s August event warmed up “THE GRID Los Angeles”, a 33’ x 60’ x 61.9’ staging and production space at DPS for an in-depth look at DPS Cinema’s Enhanced Environments process along with Panasonic’s VariCam35 and Codex’s new V-Raw Recorder-all in 4K.
As someone who has spent a lot of time looking at and shooting with all kinds of cameras, there is almost nothing better than getting to try out the new ones. Here's a little back story of why I wanted to review the Panasonic GH5 Mark II. Not too long ago we were on location and my “gimbal guy” Chris loads up his original Panasonic LUMIX GH5 and comes back with just lights out footage—really great stuff. So, I said to myself, why should he get all the fun? I also really wanted to know if the LUMIX GH5 II had the potential to become one of my next full time ”go to” cameras. Read on to find out!
Threaded Films Creates Dynamic, Interactive Experiences Remotely on Twitch via Panasonic PTZ Cameras
Threaded Films, a boutique production studio in Chicago, IL, partnered with creative team, Project Adventure, and Twitch software developer, Warp World, for their latest film project. They quickly realized the need to modernize their studio to fulfill their goal of creating a new style of dynamic and interactive content. To meet the demands of the project, Threaded Films needed affordable yet feature-rich technology to be used in their home studio to boost creativity and execute a live production remotely—all while adhering to shelter-in-place mandates.
St. Thomas Church embraces Panasonic livestreaming technology to bring community and worship together
Working to expand its online offerings beyond audio webcast, Saint Thomas Church in New York, NY began filming video recordings of its services with a one-man video team for its extensive religious community. The original webcast production process ended up being a laborious and time-intensive endeavor, taking up to 15 hours to produce the broadcast of each service. It included setting up cinema cameras, shooting the services, adding b-roll, editing footage and sound, and then uploading for online viewing. As such, the Church wanted to find a more efficient remote production solution. Additionally, the pandemic further underscored the opportunity to deliver online content to its congregants when the Church was required to limit in-person visits in accordance to social distancing measures.