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    Panasonic AG-AF100 micro 4/3 AVCCAM camera
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    wow. let's hope for a P2 version with AVC-Intra but this is great news...

    http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs...82010101919040


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkowilson View Post





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    Well, looks like they will beat Canon to the punch. It's all starting to happen this year.


     

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    Finally

    Finally!!!

    two critical things I want to know is if the sensor is low resolution - 2 k - thus we can get some awesome low light. if it's 14mpx then down rezzed..yucko aliasing.

    also does the HDMI or SDI give us more resolution than the codec can handle - 4k?
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    Let the madness begin!


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    does the HDMI or SDI give us more resolution than the codec can handle - 4k?
    I hope SDI works with a AG-HPG20 "Equipped with two P2 card slots and a 3.5-inch LCD monitor, the P2 Portable lets you view content immediately in a variety formats -- whether it's 10-bit, 4:2:2 AVC-Intra or DVCPRO HD or in standard definition in DVCPRO50, DVCPRO and DV.....With professional inputs/outputs (IEEE 1394, USB 2.0 and HD-SDI) and AVC-Intra support, the P2 Portable serves as a low-cost, master-quality deck"


     

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    I wonder how the internal ND filter improves the aliasing, are they blurring the image in some way to lower the resolution to 1080?


     

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    incredible price strategy ($6000)
    loving it more....


     

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    WOW, wow and just WOW! BEN wasnīt you who designed this! Barry Green didnīt you pushed the idea! It looks terrific. I said it many times before, the big guys are ready to keep playing ball the way they know how to. Canīt way to see some footage from this baby. Thanks Panasonic once again!


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by studio1972 View Post
    I wonder how the internal ND filter improves the aliasing, are they blurring the image in some way to lower the resolution to 1080?
    I think that slide is confusing. The ND Filter is so that I can reduce the amount of light coming into the camera and not have to stop down, thus losing my Depth of Field. I don't think that Joe read the slide carefully, I know I didn't create that slide as the ND doesn't improve the the aliasing issue. An optical Low Pass filter does.

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    Jan Crittenden Livingston
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