Panasonic has officially announced a unique device that the company describes as a “modular mirrorless movie camera and live-action camera.” This is a Lumix BGH1 Micro 4/3 mount digital mirrorless modular camera featuring a compact design, simple operation and versatility of use cases.
The developers have equipped the Lumix BGH1 with a 10.2 megapixel matrix. The camera is capable of recording 10-bit 4: 2: 0 video on internal media in C4K / 4K format at 60 frames per second or 10-bit 4: 2: 2 All-I C4K / 4K at 30 frames per second.
The camera has support for Power over Ethernet + technology, which makes it possible to receive power from the network cable used to provide the Internet connection. The companion computer application Lumix Tether for Multicam allows 12 cameras to be controlled simultaneously.
The Lumix BGH1 is configured with a pair of UHS-II SD card slots, USB 3.1 Type-C, 3G-SDI, and full-size HDMI that supports 4: 2: 2 downsampling video output in C4K / 4K at 60fps. give me a sec. In the presence of a 3.5 mm jack, as well as built-in wireless adapters Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Panasonic has also released a free SDK that allows you to create USB camera control tools. According to reports, Lumix BGH1 will be on sale in December this year and will cost $ 2,000.
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