New products from Panasonic announced at NAB 2011

There are several new products from Panasonic at NAB 2011 – here they are:

AVCCAM Camcorders (Entry Product – based on SD cards and AVC-HD codec)

AG-AC130 “Handy” Camcorder (3.9k Euros / Fall 2011)
• 1/3” CMOS Sensor
• 2.2M Pixels (1920×1080 Native)
• 21x Optical Lens (28-588mm)
• Three Ring Design (Focus, Zoom and Iris)
• 2.5Kg Weight
• AVC-HD Codec for HD and DV for SD
• 50Hz only support (no VFR support)
• Support for SD, SDHC and SDXC cards
• Dual Slot Recording for Redundancy
• HDMI and USB-2 Interfaces

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AG-AC160 “Handy” Camcorder (4.6k Euros / Fall 2011)
• 1/3” CMOS Sensor
• 2.2M Pixels (1920×1080 Native)
• 21x Optical Lens (28-588mm)
• Three Ring Design (Focus, Zoom and Iris)
• 2.5Kg Weight
• AVC-HD Codec for HD and DV for SD
• 50 & 60Hz support with VFR support
• Support for SD, SDHC and SDXC cards
• Dual Slot Recording for Redundancy
• HDMI, HD-SDI and USB-2 Interfaces

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P2 Camcorders:

AG-HPX250G “Handy” Camcorder (5.5k Euros / Fall 2011)
• 1/3” CMOS Sensor
• 2.2M Pixels (1920×1080 Native)
• 21x Optical Lens (28-588mm)
• Three Ring Design (Focus, Zoom and Iris)
• 2.5Kg Weight
• 17W Power Consumption
• AVC-I 50/100, DVC100 Codec for HD and DV/DVC25/DVC50 for SD
• 50 & 60Hz support with VFR support
• Support for P2 cards only
• HDMI, HD-SDI, Genlock, Timcode and USB-2 Interfaces

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AG-3DP1 “3D Shoulder” Camcorder (Price TBC “awaiting Sony’s announcement / Fall 2011)
• 1/3” CMOS Sensor
• 2.2M Pixels (1920×1080 Native)
• 17x Optical Lens
• 6.5Kg Weight
• 35W Power Consumption
• AVC-I 50/100 Codec for HD
• 50 & 60Hz support with VFR support
• Support for P2 cards only

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Monitors:

New Field Monitor BT-LH910 (3k Euros / April 2011) – IPS Panel with WGA resolution (1280×768)

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New line-up of “Grade 2/B” Plasma monitors (Price TBC / Fall 2011) – two models 42” (TH-42BT300ER) and 50” (TH-50BT300ER). Both have a native 1920×1080 resolution with 10-Bit driver and a contrast ration of 5m:1. Support for 3D – but no 3D LUT Management support.