Published specifications compact cameras the Panasonic AU-EVA1
Panasonic has revealed the specifications of compact cameras AU-EVA1, announced in early June at the exhibition of Cine Gear in Los Angeles.
The camera uses a specially designed image sensor format Super-35 (24,60 x of 12.97 mm) resolution 5720 x 3016 pixels. This permission is almost twice as high as 4K DCI (4096 x 2160 pixels), creating a stock of information to work with reduced resolution 4K, UHD, 2K or 720p. An important feature of the sensor technology is a «double nativej sensitivity» (ISO 800 and ISO 2500), according to the manufacturer, allows you to take «almost any lighting conditions without increasing the noise and artifacts».
The dynamic range of the camera is estimated in 14 steps, and the gamma curves V-Log/V-Gamut camera EVA1 allow you to use it to the maximum and to obtain deep colors.
The camera supports 4K (4096 x 2160), UHD (3840 x 2160), 2K (2048x 1080), Full HD (1920 x 1080) and HD (1280 x 720) at 10-bit representation and subsampling 4:2:2. In the future, the manufacturer promises to add via firmware updates support for ALL Intra compression when you record to card and output RAW 5.7 K on the external device.
The maximum frame rate is 60 fps for 4K and UHD 120 fps for 2K/Full HD and 240 fps for lower-resolution. At the time of the release of the camera will be available flow rate 8-150 Mbit/s In future firmware updates it is planned to increase to 400 bps. the Manufacturer notes the presence of picking, digital zoom, shooting area and other professional opportunities. In equipping noteworthy interface synchronization and Timecode there are two balanced XLR audio inputs used for Dolby Audio. 4K video is output on HDMI and SDI.
Camera dimensions 17 x 13.5 x 13.3 cm and mass 1.2 kg is well suited for shooting «with hands». Design AU-EVA1 there is a mounting arm with controls and other accessories, as well as setting the camera on the drones, cranes and other devices. Equipping the camera includes a touchscreen display. The camera is compatible with lenses that have the EF lens mount, ensuring the aperture control and autofocus. It has an electronic image stabilizer, built-in nd filters (2, 4 and 6 stops of exposure) and the removable IR-cut filter. For removable media there are two SD slot.
The camera should appear on sale this autumn. It is expected that its retail price in Europe will be 7290 Euro.