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Panasonic follows the stream

Panasonic follows the stream

Panasonic follows the stream

The AK-HC3900GJ/GSJ can be upgraded to support 4K

A new studio camera that can be upgraded to support 4K has been introduced by Panasonic alongside a new PTZ model. Designed for broadcast applications, the AK-HC3900GJ/GSJ is equipped with a large sensor for high sensitivity and video quality. By combining the AK-HCU250PJ/PSJ or HCU250EJ/ESJ camera control units (CCUs) and the AK-HRP250GJ remote operation panel (ROP), it is reportedly possible to construct a long-distance optical ­fibre transmission studio camera system at low cost.

Multiple formats are supported, including 1080/59.94p and 720/59.94p. Native 4K output with horizontal resolution of 2,000 TV lines can be achieved with the 4K upgrade (with the 4K optional accessory equipped on the CCU). IP connection between the CCU and ROP is also supported, in addition to serial connection. PoE power supply is also provided.

AW-UE100 in black and white
AW-UE100 in black and white

In addition to the studio camera, Panasonic has introduced its first 4K PTZ camera that supports NDI and SRT. Also compatible with 12G-SDI outputs, the camera suits a range of applications from live streaming of events to studio production. High-bandwidth NDI that can transmit 4K video at speeds of up to 250Mbps, and full HD video up to 100Mbps, is included to provide low-latency live video transmission over a single LAN cable. High-efficiency, low-bandwidth NDI | HX is also included to enable video transmission at low bitrates. SRT is supported to maintain stability while transmitting high-quality video, even in unstable network environments, and RTMP/RTMPS provides direct streaming to live broadcasting services such as YouTube Live and Facebook Live. A wide-angle lens with a horizontal angle of view of 74.1° enables a wide area to be shot from a limited installation space, and 24x optical zoom maintains image quality at high zoom ratios. The camera ships in black (AW-UE100W) and white (AW-UE100W) versions.

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