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Panasonic Says 24p Mini-DV Camcorder Coming in OctoberPalm-sized model to sell for $3,795
The AG-DVX100 is a flexible-frame-rate mini-DV camera equipped with three 1/3", 410,000-pixel progressive-scan CCDs. It can capture images in both standard 60 field per second, 525-line interlace scan and 24 frames progressive. Specific support includes 480i/60, 480p/24 and 480p/30 image capture. It can handle 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios. The CCD imagers to deliver 525 lines of horizontal resolution, low smear and flare, a low light performance of 3 lux (at +18dB) and a sensitivity of f 11 at 2000 lux, according to Panasonic.
The 4.2-pound camera features a wide-angle zoom lens (4.5 mm to 45 mm) and several manual controls, including servo/manual zoom (with stops and barrel markings), auto/manual focus (at f 1.6) with 72mm filter size and auto/manual iris. It also features optical image stabilization, a 3.5" flip-out LCD panel and a pivoting electronic viewfinder. Interfaces include FireWire, S-video and composite (RCA).
In terms of audio, the camera offers 16-bit/48 kHz digital audio with two-channel, built-in XLR inputs; phantom power supply (48V); manual, independent audio volume controls, and line/mic switchability.
For more information, visit http://www.panasonic.com.
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