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Panasonic Announces AVCCAM Camera Recorder AG-AC90

Panasonic Corporation will release the AG-AC90 memory card camera recorder, a new “AVCCAM” series model, in October 2012. The AG-AC90 new memory card recorder combines the high image quality, advanced functions and easy operation that professionals demand in a stylish, easy-to-handle design.

 Press Release

BRACKNELL, UK, 14 AUGUST 2012 – Panasonic Corporation will release the AG-AC90 memory card camera recorder, a new “AVCCAM” series model, in October 2012.

The AG-AC90 new memory card recorder combines the high image quality, advanced functions and easy operation that professionals demand in a stylish, easy-to-handle design. Its zoom lens extends from 29.8 mm (35mm equivalent) wide angle to 12x optical zoom, with a high speed of F1.5 brightness. BSI (backside illumination) type 3MOS image sensors exhibit high sensitivity, Full-HD resolution and a high S/N ratio. The AVCHD recorder section supports both PS mode, for Full-HD progressive image production, and pro-use PH mode. This gives a camera operator the field of view, image quality, and file/video formats he/she needs for news gathering and image production. Other professional operating features include Triple Manual Rings (focus, zoom and iris) that approach the versatility and feel of the interchangeable lenses, XLR Microphone/Audio inputs, and remote terminals to provide the system expandability that professional applications require.

The AG-AC90 AVCCAM memory card recorder will be available in October, 2012 at suggested price of €1800 RRP (excluding VAT).

The AG-AC90 will be exhibited at the Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Equipment Exhibition “BIRTV2012″ to be held at the China International Exhibition Center (CIEC) from Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th August, and at the European International Broadcasting Convention “IBC2012″ to be held at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands from Friday 7th to Tuesday 11th September.

 

Main Features of AG-AC90


29.8mm Wide-Angle / High powered Zoom Lens
The high-powered 12x zoom lens includes a 29.8 mm (35 mm equivalent) wide-angle setting. When using the Intelligent 25x digital zoom, it achieves up to 25x seamless zooming. In addition, it also features 2x, 5x and 10x digital zoom function. Panasonic’s unique Nano Surface Coating minimizes ghosts and flaring, and a high speed, F1.5 brightness enables extremely clear image rendering. The built-in 5-axis Hybrid OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer) ensures stable handheld shooting.

High-Sensitivity BSI Type 3MOS Sensors
Three (RGB) backside illumination corresponding 1/4.7 type MOS image sensors have an effective pixel count of 2,190,000 pixels. This makes it possible to capture excellent images with high definition and superb color reproduction even in dimly lit locations. The image processing circuit, which is tuned for professional use, produces highly natural gradation and sharp detail.

Easy Operation with Triple Manual Rings and a High-Definition LCD monitor
The lens barrel is equipped with manual rings for focus, zoom and iris operation to enable the kind of speedy, intuitive camera work that is generally associated with interchangeable lenses. The 8.89 cm (3.5 inches) LCD monitor (touch panel), which stores easily inside the top front part of the handle, has approximately 1,150,000 dot resolution to enhance focusing, and includes focus assist, zebra, and color bar display functions. The LCD monitor rotates 270 degrees for easy low-angle, high-angle, and self-interview shootings.

 

High-Quality Recording with AVCHD PS/PH Modes

  • Professional AVCHD Modes: PS mode for Full-HD (1920 x 1080) and progressive (60p) image acquisition and high quality PH mode.
  • HD/SD Multi-Formats:  [60 Hz model]: 1080/60p, 60i, 30p, 24p, 480/60i.  [50 Hz model]: 1080/50p, 50i, 25p, 576/50i.
  • Dual SD Card Slots (support SDXC/SDHC/SD Memory Cards). With two SD cards, a camera operator can select backup recording.
  • Still shots with 3-megapixel resolution. (Still shots can also be captured during video recording.)

 

Specifications Supporting Professional Use

  • 2 channel XLR audio inputs (MIC/LINE/+48V selectable).
  • Audio CH1/CH2 with individual level controls and input selection.
  • HDMI output, AV Multi output (D-connector, composite video and audio 2 channel), USB connector.
  • Remote terminals enable remote operation of iris, focus, zoom and Rec Start/Stop functions.
  • The upper part of the handle grip contains both the Rec Start/Stop button and a zoom speed control (three speed steps) for the lens.

 

 

More Leaked Images of Canon SX500 IS and SX160 IS

Two new images appeared in Japanese website digicam.info [translated], as you can see the SX160 IS features 16 Megapixel CMOS sensor and 16 X optical zoom lens with Aperture F3.5-5.9 and the Canon SX500 IS may feature a 14 megapixel or 16 Megapixel sensor (still not confirmed), 30X zoom lens with Aperture range F3.4-5.8 , canon will announce both the camera very soon.

Canon SX500 IS and SX160 IS Leaked Images

Canon SX500 IS and SX160 IS surfaced over the web today, the Canon SX500 IS features 30X optical zoom lens (only) and SX160 IS features 16X optical zoom lens, we will update you as soon as more specification become available. Follow us on Facebook and twitter for latest updates and rumors

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Sony announcement on August 28

Latest rumors suggest that Sony may announce its new NEX camera just before the Photokina event, the expected arrival date of new NEX is Aug 28, 2012. see more Sony rumors

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5 Reasons You Need a 35mm Lens

DigitalRev 10min long video surfaced over the web, In the video you will see the Top 5 Reason behind the need of 35mm lens and if you are running out of time or battery just read the five reason below

  • Reason #1 The 35mm is a wide standard
  • Reason #2 More Versatile than the 50mm
  • Reason #3 Get more things in focus
  • Reason #4 Makes you get in closer
  • Reason #5 A35 Can be a 50

Samsung EX2F vs Canon S100 - High ISO test

EX2F vs Canon S100, the first High ISO test published by Chinese Website digi.tech (Translated by google). The images of newly announced Samsung EX2F camera look not so good in front of Canon S100. The Samsung EX2F at 1600 – details become dead flat and noise is visible , at ISO 3200 and onwards the image quality of EX2F become more worse and unusable, The Canon S100 is approx $150 less than Samsung EX2F.

Buy Samsung EX2F from B&H || Buy Canon S100 from Amazon | B&H

Leica M10 Coming on September 2012

According to latest rumor coming form SteveHuff (reader info) Leica M10 Coming on September 2012 and M10 shipping will start from February or March 2013, , now take a look at M10 rumored specification

Leica M10 Rumored Specification

  • 24 Megapixel full frame CMOS sensor
  • Live View and high resolution LCD
  • ISO up to 10,000
  • External EVF
  • Full HD / HD video recording
  • New body design, but will have the same M series look
  • Price $9000 – $10000

In an interview with British Journal of Photography and other UK-based photography magazines, Dr. Andreas Kaufmann, Leica ‘s head of supervisory board When asked if such a new camera could include HD OR FULL HD video features, Kaufmann said that

“theoretically, yes,” adding that there are some issues with introducing video in a camera – “the data rate, the heat, and the battery lifecycle, but I think we solved that. No comment until we show it on existing and new models.”
He added: “HD video is interesting, and a lot of photographers would love to have it (in an M body).”

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