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    Mitch, thanks for making yourself available.

    1) How is the "expand" function on the touch screen operated? Is there any way to trigger it with a hand still on the focus ring? e.g. from the hand grip on the right? From there is it possible to move the center point around without the touch screen?
    2) What are the codecs exactly? EDIT: Found it.Panasonic-AU-EVA1_spec1-640x318@2x.jpg
    3) LCD is 3.5" rather than the 3.2" of the GH5. Does this mean it is a different screen than the GH5 counter to what Nela previously stated?
    4) EIS is still not given much description. Can you confirm that this performs better than software "warp stabilizers" that editors use but that are thwarted by foreground elements intersecting with background elements?
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    Is this going to cut into Varicam LT sales? Seems to check off a lot of boxes. Should certainly pull in a lot of Canon C buyers as the feature set is pretty impressive.

    Will it fit a 15mm LWS rail system and meet the 85mm center of rod to center of lens spec.? Looks like it should since the lens mount is pretty low, but worth asking.

    Phantom power by physical switch or menu?

    Headphone connection?

    A little shoulder rig with a remote control handle would be a decent accessory. Would need a real eyepiece style viewfinder but I'm guessing you are leaving that to third parties with the hdmi and sdi outputs being configurable (as mentioned in the press release).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_E View Post
    Is this going to cut into Varicam LT sales? Seems to check off a lot of boxes. Should certainly pull in a lot of Canon C buyers as the feature set is pretty impressive.
    Def...I think Panasonic came pretty close to blowing it. These specs make the C200 much less appealing (sorry) and if that camera was shipping full-blast, I think they would have lots of missed opportunities. Still, a lot of Canon preorders might not be easily cancelable at some places, so this information should have really been released in the beginning.

    What do I know though, I don't care, ha...both cameras will fly off the shelves.


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    will it power power-zoom lenses like the canon cn-e 18-80mm ?

    will the 5.7k RAW / 400 mbps firmware update be free?

    how much will it cost in europe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    $7,345. Looking good!
    $7,495 list. $7,345 at B&H.
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    Anybody notice that it has the VariCam's green-square focus feature?


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    Note that $7495 is MSRP; one could reasonably expect that street pricing will be $6995 or lower based on prior Panasonic offerings. But, that's obviously subject to the law of supply and demand; if they're in short supply you can expect that the street price will be closer to the MSRP.


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    For those that complained about the lack of 4k 60p 10bit the EVA1 does have 2k 60p 10bit. Thats a really good option unless you absolutely have to have 4k. Or just buy an external recorder.


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    "On first release, available bit rates will range from as low as 8Mbps up to 150Mbps, depending on frame rate, resolution, and codec. In a future firmware update, 400Mbps recording will be added". Future? What?
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    The smallest battery looks set to drive the camera for a bit over two hours, the largest battery will offer four hours of continuous use, and the batteries charge about as fast as they discharge. I believe Mitch said the camera will include a dual charger; I would guess it would be the same unit as included with the UX180/UX90. If so, that should mean charging should take about the same time as discharging; with one battery on the camera and two on the charger you should be set for all day use (and probably overkill; you could probably go all day with one on the camera and one on the charger).


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