Panasonic has huge hopes for the DVX200 camera, ever since announcing the camera at last year’s NAB Show in Vegas, despite somewhat mixed reactions from the independent filmmaking community, Panasonic has continued to update and improve their DVX100 successor. The DVX200 received support for a wireless remote
Panasonic released the DVX200 4K camcorder just a couple of months ago in the Fall after months of anticipation after the somewhat surprise product announcement at NAB 2015. I had a chance to shoot with the DVX200 on a couple of occasions and got some nice results.
The Panasonic DVX200 has a lot to live up to as a 4K all-in-one fixed lens camera in an already over saturated market. It picks up the torch from where the legendary DVX100 left off, which in its time was hugely popular with documentary and corporate filmmakers in the
Panasonic undoubtedly has a lot of hopes for their DVX200 4K camera. The re-incarnation of the legendary DVX100, which was the first digital camcorder to feature progressive recording in 24 frames per second making it hugely popular with documentary and corporate filmmakers right about 7-8 years ago.
The world of documentary filmmaking is anxiously awaiting the release of the new 4K Panasonic AG-DVX200. Just like its predecessor the mighty DVX100, the DVX200 is set to revolutionise the way we capture events, sports, documentaries, weddings, corporate videos and just about everything in between. The DVX200 bridges
After a quick teaser by a Kunihiko Miyagi – Director of Panasonic, Professional Imaging on Sunday, the day before the exhibition floor at NAB officially opened, in which he asked us if we remembered the revolutionary (for its time) DVX100, which was the first affordable camera at that point to