Panasonic AG HPX600P, included Fujinon XA16x8 , and AG-CVF10G color view finder. Camera used in a studio configuration only, hrs. (8500) No Dead Pixels. 5 available.
The HPX600 combines a newly-developed 2/3 type MOS sensor to produce high-quality HD and SD images. The HPX600 will achieve the high sensitivity of F12 (at 59.94 Hz) and a signal-to-noise ratio of 59dB. It supports AVC-Intra100/50, DVCPRO HD, DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, and DV as standard. It is 50 Hz and 59.94 Hz switchable for worldwide use.
The HPX600 will allow the user to upgrade his camera as new functionality becomes available. This future-proof camera will provide inventive functionality and improved workflows, with options such as wireless metadata input, proxy recording, and variable frame rates (available this Fall), and AVC-ULTRA recording. When available within 2013, AVC-ULTRA will offer master-quality and/or low-bit-rate 10-bit, 4:2:2 recording in Full HD to meet a variety of user needs from mastering to transmission (AG-HPX600 will not support all AVC-ULTRA formats.). The HPX600 also features wireless and wired connection ability with Wi-Fi, USB and Gigabit Ethernet. In addition, a future feature option will support LiveU for video uplink with real time indication of LiveU’s transmission status and video transmission quality to camera operator.
“With its ultra-light weight and low power consumption, the HPX600 is the first shoulder mount that’s easy on the shoulder while being super efficient on battery usage,” said Joseph Facchini, Vice President, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “With its innovative design and selectable options, the HPX600 enables upgrading to new technology such as wireless remote from a smartphone and much more.”