Panasonic AVCCAM Camera Recorder AG-AC90 announced
What you see above does look rather professional, don’t you think so? Here we are with the Panasonic AVCCAM Camera Recorder AG-AC90 which was just announced, where it will finally hit the market this coming October. Basically, the Panasonic AG-AC90 memory card recorder is able to merge not only high image quality, but advanced functions and easy operation as well which are demanded by professionals, all of that coming in a stylish and easy-to-handle design.
The Panasonic AVCCAM Camera Recorder AG-AC90 will come with a zoom lens that will extend all the way from 29.8mm (a 35mm equivalent) wide angle to 12x optical zoom, sporting a high speed of F1.5 brightness. Not only that, Panasonic has also decided to throw in BSI (backside illumination) type 3MOS image sensors which are capable of exhibiting high sensitivity, Full HD resolution and a high S/N (signal-to-noise) ratio. The AVCHD recorder section will be able to support not only PS mode for Full HD progressive image production, but also pro-use PH mode as well.
The Panasonic AVCCAM Camera Recorder AG-AC90 offers the camera operator a fantastic field of view, image quality, and file/video formats that one needs for news gathering and image production. Apart from that, there are other professional operating features that will include Triple Manual Rings (focus, zoom and iris) which approach the versatility and feel of the interchangeable lenses, XLR Microphone/Audio inputs, and remote terminals to provide the system expandability that professional applications require.
The thing is, you will only be able to lay your hands on the Panasonic AVCCAM Camera Recorder AG-AC90 this coming October, where it will retail for €1,800 a pop. Those who want an earlier look at the AG-AC90 will be able to check it out at the Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Equipment Exhibition “BIRTV2012″ which is set to be held at the China International Exhibition Center (CIEC) from Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th August. Those living in Europe will also be able to catch a glimpse of it at the European International Broadcasting Convention “IBC2012″ that is happening at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from Friday 7th to Tuesday 11th September.