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The Panasonic booth at the Inter BEE 2012. [0 min 31 sec]

Inter BEE, the International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition, showcases top class broadcasting equipment and imaging devices from around the world. This year's theme for the Panasonic booth was "Link together, Link to the future, "Evolving AVC-World." Panasonic introduced what broadcasting and professional AV equipment brought to life by the P2HD series, AVCCAM, HD system devices and more, which all work together over the IP network, will look like in the future. This video report, featuring interviews with visitors will give you a glimpse of what the atmosphere in the Panasonic booth was like.

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[ The AVC-ULTRA Family ] 0 min 41 sec

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Meets a wide range of needs from web to cinema mastering for theatrical distribution. [0 min 43 sec]

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Showcased the beauty of high bit rate images on the 47-inch 4K2K LCD modules. [0 min 51 sec]


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P2 card can evolve into micro P2 cards. [1 min 05 sec]

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P2HD memory card camera recorder, AG-HPX600. [1 min 18 sec]

Introduced in the beginning of the video is the video compression codec, the "AVC-ULTRA" family, which can be used for a wide range of applications, from high image quality mastering to web browsing. Moreover, the P2 storage media for broadcasting welcomed a new member, the "micro P2 card." And the latest "P2HD" series, the P2HD camera recorder, HPX600, the industry's lightest shoulder mount camera (as of November 2012), was also on display.


[ Devices connect to one another and the IP network ] 1 min 36 sec

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Images captured by the HPX600 can be viewed on the tablet. [1 min 46 sec]

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Remote camera AW-HE120W/K. [1 min 55 sec]

To offer greater scalability, HPX600 allows you to connect to the Internet via LAN and wireless. The QuickTime(TM)/H.264 images may be viewed and stored on tablets and notebook PCs. A remote camera that captures images that can be viewed on the IP network was also exhibited.


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Studio camera AK-HC3800. [2 min 06 sec]

Panasonic also introduced business solutions for the broadcasting industry of tomorrow, such as studio cameras that can set up a camera control system using the optical transport network.


[ New members of the AVCCAM series and 3D camera recorders ] 2 min 12 sec

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AVCCAM memory card camera recorder, AG-AC90. [2 min 12 sec]

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3D integrated twin-lens camera recorder, AG-3DP1G. [2 min 37 sec]

Panasonic showcased a wide range of cameras from the AVCCAM series, well known for its compact size, to the AC90 equipped with a wide-angle lens offering high magnification. 3D integrated twin-lens camera recorders, which helped support the first 3D broadcast of the Olympic Games also drew much attention.



[ Other advanced business solutions ] 2 min 30 sec

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Studio lighting LED fresnel spotlight. [2 min 51 sec]

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Studio lighting LED broad light. [2 min 53 sec]


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LCD video monitor BT-LH2170/LH1850. [2 min 41 sec]

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Pro archive system AJ-ZS1000/ZS1100. [3 min 00 sec]

Also on exhibit were LED monitors that uses eco-conscious LED backlights, and LED studio lights. Panasonic also proposed advanced business solutions such as the pro archive system, which allows you to search for the desired image file quickly.

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