Panasonic Introduces AG-AF100A Micro Four-Thirds Camera. Features 24p, "10-bit" 4:2:2 output | Play DVD movies on Nexus 4 |

Posted by TVTechnology on January 2, 2013 • 

SECAUCUS, N.J. -- "Panasonic has released the new AG-AF100A large imager HD cinema camcorder. Panasonic said the new model offers improvements and cost-efficiencies over its predecessor, the AG-AF100.

The newly-revised AF100A features 10-bit (enhanced 8-bit) 4:2:2 quality output for better gradation of tonal areas when recording onto external devices, such as a P2 HD recorder. The HD-SDI signal also carries a sync signal for the Rec Start/Stop with the AF100A trigger. Additionally, the AF100A is equipped with expanded focus assist, which enlarges the center of the displayed image for greater ease in focusing; and a 2.39:1 (cinema scope size) safety zone marker."


Via Thierry Saint-Paul