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    Panasonic's new AG-CX350 camcorder
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    Things are getting competitive in the 1" camcorder market. You have Canon's XF705, JVC's HC500 series, and now Panasonic's AG-CX350.

    https://www.redsharknews.com/product...ble-new-camera

    B&H has this camera listed for $3695 USD. If you scroll down the B&H page you will find a first look video about the camera posted by B&H.
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...camcorder.html

    Enjoy
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    Thanks for posting. Looks like a great camera. A successor to the PX270 which is a good thing. Would love it is one could film in the 120fps mode with a 1/60th shutter along with audio. Probably just dreaming though..


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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegger View Post
    You have Canon's XF705, JVC's HC500 series, and now Panasonic's AG-CX350.
    Big price range between the JVC / Panasonic versus the Canon X705. I hope somebody does a side by side comparison of these cameras.


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    Dang! Panasonic left out HLG and LOG profiles. Such a stupid move, as both the Canon and JVC cameras feature these profiles. I am a big Panasonic fan, but no LOG might push me towards the JVC camera. ( sure most people won't be shooting LOG all the time, but I want it as an option to choose from when I shoot )


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    I thought I noticed an HLG mention in the video posted on the Redshark page.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman2003 View Post
    I thought I noticed an HLG mention in the video posted on the Redshark page.
    Thanks, I see that now. HLG can be converted to LOG, so this would make up for the lack of a LOG profile.


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    This details the camera from Panasonic https://pro-av.panasonic.net/en/prod...350/index.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Evans View Post
    This details the camera from Panasonic https://pro-av.panasonic.net/en/prod...350/index.html
    B&H also has a first look video about the camera posted on their page.
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...camcorder.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman2003 View Post
    Thanks for posting. Looks like a great camera. A successor to the PX270 which is a good thing. Would love it is one could film in the 120fps mode with a 1/60th shutter along with audio. Probably just dreaming though..
    120 fps at 1/60 would yield 60 fps, with every frame duplicated. The slowest shutter speed you can use at 120 fps is 1/120. That's a universal law, not anything any camera manufacturer can violate.

    Now, in the past we have seen cameras employ slow shutter speeds, like 1/15 or 1/8, but still the rule holds -- those slow shutter speeds cause frame duplication. There's no way you can expose a frame for longer than it exists...


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    Thanks Barry. It makes sense now that you picked it apart. Just hate having to decide between live a slow motion filming at events. You always have to choose live for the majority of the content.

    The AG-CX350 looks like it will be a wonderful camera.


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