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Panasonic Launches LUMIX FT7 / TS7 Rugged 4K Camera

Panasonic have announced a new rugged 4K camera – the 20.4-megapixel LUMIX TS7 (or FT7 as it is known in Europe and other places) to give adventure seekers a tough imaging device that they can go underwater with or use while rock climbing, surfing or doing all

Panasonic EVA1 – Now NETFLIX Approved for 4K Production

The Panasonic AU-EVA1 compact, S35 camera has been officially added to the Netflix approved camera list. Congratulations to Mitch Gross, and everyone at Panasonic’s Cinema Camera division as this is kind of a big deal for them as Netflix, Amazon and soon to be released platforms are

Panasonic Has Developed an 8K Organic Sensor with Global Shutter

Panasonic recently made a huge announcement that they have developed a new CMOS sensor with an organic photoconductive film (OPF) making it capable of producing an 8K high-resolution video at 60fps with global shutter, eliminating the dreaded “jello effect” associated with electronic shutter based sensors. The new

Panasonic AU-EVA1 New Firmware Update Ver. 1.10 Released

Panasonic have been on a roll this past week with the announcement of the Lumix GH5S, which has been somewhat polarizing among the GH5 crowd, to say the least, however, let’s not forget that Panasonic actually makes another camera that sits “above the GH line and below

Panasonic GH5 Firmware Version 2.2 Released

Panasonic has just released a new firmware update version 2.2 for their Lumix GH5 mirrorless camera. It’s no whopper, like Firmware 2.0, but hey at least it adds some improvements to VFR (variable frame rate) recording, where the bit rate gets stretched quite a bit in slow-motion,

Panasonic AU-EVA1 New Pro Accessories by ARRI

When it comes to getting a professional camera ready for the modern urban video/film/TV production environment, many look first towards the most well-known name in our industry. The four letter German behemoth, has amassed quite the reputation for quality and ruggedness over its 100 year history. Sure,