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The conventional view is that cameras that allow you to work with multiple lenses are always better. Barry Braverman disagrees.

Are reports of a new 4K “GH4“ just made up nonsense or are we about to see the release of a significant new cinema camera from Panasonic?

Do we really need Smart TV?

Published in Distribution

Connected TV has replaced 3D as the biggest buzzphrase in the broadcast industry this year. Sales are increasing globally, but, as Andy Stout, reports, different regions are responding in different ways.

We've just written about the paucity of 4K from Panasonic at NAB this year. Meanwhile, Sparky Media Productions has sent us another stunning set of shots taken in Hong Kong with their Panasonic GH3: a digital still camera that outperforms Panasonic's own AF100 (their large-sensor video camera)

Panasonic GH3: First user report - with video

Published in Production

The new Panasonic Lumix GH3 builds on its predecessor's video-friendly credentials, offering better compression and an all-round improved package. RedShark regular contributor Mark McCarthy of Sparky Media Productions bought one, and put it through its paces

Panasonic to go all 4K...in 2014

Published in Technology

The camera maker is taking the long way around the bend, promising 4K revamps of its products by the close of 2014. By then, will anyone care?

Panasonic Varicam: Modular cameras are back!

Published in Technology

Modular cameras used to be a great idea, so why aren't they now? Panasonic makes a bit for this forgotten market sector with their new 4K-capable Varicam

IBC will see Panasonic unveil a new, optimised studio camera that the company says is ideally suited to drama productions, reports Kate Large

“Upstream Color” shot on Panasonic GH2!

Published in Articles

Nearly 10 years after shooting Primer (2004), Shane Carruth is finally back with Upstream Color, and it turns out the movie has been shot on the Panasonic GH2!

Panasonic AG-HPX600: the networked camera

Published in Technology

Equipped with a proxy encoder and WiFi module the Panasonic AG-HPX600 ushers in an era of the camera-server that enables remote operation, screening, and collaboration, on a level we haven’t previously experienced. Barry Braverman reports

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