Panasonic AG HPX300
  1. The data is recorded with the AVC-Intra codec in 4: 2: 2, which allows many different formats and data rates.
  2. Frame rates are also very flexible: 20 different frame rates between 12 and 60 frames per second are selectable: this allows filmmakers to create slow motion and time-lapse effects as well as high-speed recordings.
  3. In addition, for example, anyone working in 1080/480 24pA mode can use the 2: 3: 3: 2 standard, which in turn allows non-linear editing systems to extract a frame rate of 24 frames per second.
  4. Card storageThe Panasonic AG-HPX300 has an interchangeable lens that is protected against chromatic aberration, as in the case of the precursor models with the so-called CAC.
  5. The HPX300 has two card slots for P2 cards and a slot for an SD card.
  6. However, only the personal settings of the user are stored on the SD card.
  7. Six predefined settings can also be used.
  8. These include, above all, attitudes that generate a kinofilm-like aesthetics.
  9. In addition to the XLR audio inputs, it is also possible to use a wireless microphone.

Test Shoot with Panasonic HPX 300 / 301e

Shot using stock Fujinon lens in St Margarets Bay, Dover in Kent. Using the new Panasonic HPX 301e in 25p full HD AVIntra 100.


Panasonic AG HPX300

Ned Johnston from Panasonic joins the round table with Steve Weiss, Jens Bogehegn and John Terendy to discuss the HPX300,

Panasonic Tally Trigger Cable (for Use Only With AG-HPX300/370 And AJ-HPX3100) 300TALLYTRIGGER


Panasonic Tally Trigger Cable (for use only with AG HPX300/370 and AJ HPX3100) 300TALLYTRIGGER
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    The data is recorded with the AVC-Intra codec in 4: 2: 2, which allows many different formats and data rates. Frame rates are also very flexible: 20 different frame rates between 12 and 60 frames per second are selectable: this allows filmmakers to create slow motion and time-lapse effects as...