Panasonic is showing its full 4K live production line-up at IBC, anchored by the new AK-UC3000 4K studio camera.
The AK-UC3000 is due this winter and shoots in UHD with shockless gain and multi-step noise reduction features.
It's spotlighted at the show as part of a 4K-ready OB truck display that also featured the AG-DVX200 4K ENG camera, the AW-UE70, a 4K PTZ camera with UHD output via HDMI, IP streaming, USB, or in-camera recording. and the AV-HS6000 2ME video switcher. Panasonic's AW-SF100 tracking software allows PTZ cameras to track movements during a live production without requiring infrared sensors or other hardware.
The company's new HD studio camera, the AK-HC5000, captures up to 1080/200p with a 2/3-type CMOS. It's also due this winter.
And the AK-UB300 is a 4K box camera with special noise-reduction capabilities for low-light cinematography and a haze-reduction feature. It's designed for sports, remote studio work, and live concerts. Using IP live remote monitoring, Panasonic said, as many as 10 cameras can be controlled simultaneously via web browser.
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