PANASONIC AF 102 USER

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PANASONIC AF 102 USER

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Its officially official, the long awaited Panasonic AF 102 has arrived at the NZ Greenroom Productions office!

This channel will bring together the AF 101 / 102 users and crew who are interested in the cameras pro's, con's and basic ability in the working environment.

There has been so much hype over this camera hitting the market place and we were right at the top of the order list in New Zealand, in fact our serial number says No18 off of the production line. The December shipment was always going to be sparse as the industry quickly emptied the Panasonic warehouse with 2010 shipment


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Its officially official, the long awaited Panasonic AF 102 has arrived at the NZ Greenroom Productions office!

This channel will bring together the AF 101 / 102 users and crew who are interested in the cameras pro's, con's and basic ability in the working environment.

There has been so much hype over this camera hitting the market place and we were right at the top of the order list in New Zealand, in fact our serial number says No18 off of the production line. The December shipment was always going to be sparse as the industry quickly emptied the Panasonic warehouse with 2010 shipment demands. Its the latest interchangeable lens camera on the market and its direct competition wont be available until mid 2011.

The next shipment arrives in NZ mid Jan when the 9 - 5 ers enter back into the real World post Christmas holidays!

So for us its a relief its here.. and we are just fizzing!

Mainly because the audio inputs are of broadcast quality, time code is embedded, we can over crank 1920 x 1080 @ 50p, there is peaking on screen to give you focal confidence, 4:2:2 8bit HDSDI out put option, it's compact, the codec is well known and the work flow is simple. Thats just the basics positives ticked off!

Then there is the whole "What lens shall I use?"

We have the PL mount to M4/3 adaptor on order so any of the high end cinema glass is able to mount straight on the front.

But in the New Year Birger Engineering are launching the new electronic remote control for the iris, both auto and manual will be continuous (video-style) auto-focus will be supported on most Canon "L-series" lenses. Power is provided by the camera for most lenses. Image stabilization is supported on "IS" lenses, and this feature can be turned on or off from the lens. Ships 14 February 2011. The optional cinema-style remote control, available at additional cost, to be announced January 2011. It will be very similar to their RED ONE development.. Which is just what our world needs.

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