Panasonic AG-HVX 200
- As a HD cam earlier something too short of breath, it also thrilled as an SD professional.
- For TV reporters there’s never been a more practical work tool – until the Sony EX 1 came.
- As HD cam still far too short of breath, it thrilled as an SD professional.
- The above average lowlight capabilities of the HVX200E are also unusable in practice.
- At twelve watts, it consumes significantly more, yet the big battery lasts for 140 minutes of continuous use.
- If it is docked, Big Betty weighs in at 2.7 kilograms but is well balanced.
- Since the HVX 200 also does not record HD on DV tape, Panasonic may not use the HDV logo.
- In progressive 720p mode, it played his strong: Here, the filmmaker may choose between eleven frame rates from twelve frames per second.
HVX 200 Tutorial Video
HVX 200 Operational Training Video.
Camera Cruise 1 Test Footage with Panasonic AG HVX200 Camcorder
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