NAB 2018: showcases high-end cameras marking 100th anniversary

Panasonic is marking its 100th anniversary with a wide-ranging display of products at the NAB 2018

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is marking its 100th year anniversary with a wide-ranging display of products, technologies and solutions for production and broadcast professionals at the organised by the in Las Vegas. Under the theme, “Welcome to our next 100 years of Innovation,” company showcases AK-UC4000 4K/HDR/high-speed studio camera with 4.4K native resolution and high-speed 240fps capability.

Company is exhibiting a number of solutions including the AU-EVA1 camcorder, the upcoming AK-UC4000 and its Varicam and PTZ cameras. Also, the dynamic and compact Panasonic EVA 1, as well as professional Varicam series are on display. Another lineup featured is Integrated PTZ Cameras, including new NDI I HX series along with the AV-HLC100 Live Streaming Production Center.

In addition, company is showcasing the new Panasonic AK-UC4000 4K Studio Camera, which is launching Spring 2018. This new S35mm UHD/HD Studio Camera boasts variable HDR and supports Media Over IP output.

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