Panasonic Introduces The AK-HC3800 New Studio Handy Camera For Broadcasting Market
To be displayed at the International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition, "IBC2012 (Europe)"
Amsterdam, Netherlands (September 7, 2012) -- Panasonic Corporation will release the new AK-HC3800 studio handy camera and exclusive studio system options in December 2012.
The AK-HC3800 studio handy camera ensures high-quality images with a high-sensitivity 2/3 type 2.2-mega pixel IT 3CCD and a newly developed 38 bit DSP (internal video processing circuit) with a 16 bit A/D converter. The camera incorporates various image quality adjustment functions, including image quality compensation functions such as a chromatic aberration compensation (CAC) and scene file settings in addition to the dynamic range stretch (DRS).
The camera control unit (CCU), AK-HCU200, combined with the remote operation panel (ROP), AK-HRP200G, means that a high-grade uncompressed optical fiber transmission camera control system can be configured at low cost. The CCU and the ROP can be connected with the cables. An IP connection with a LAN cable will be supported*. This camera system exhibits outstanding cost effectiveness in terms of both operability and controllability.
This product will be on display at the European International Broadcasting Equipment Exhibition "IBC2012" to be held at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam from Friday, September 7 to Tuesday, September 11.
Description of main features
1. New camera head incorporating a high-sensitivity 2/3 type 2.2-mega pixel 3CCD with high image quality
2. When combined with the CCU AK-HCU200 and ROP AK-HRP200G, a low-cost optical fiber transmission system can be configured.
3. One of three electronic viewfinders can be selected, including the newly developed AK-HVF70 19.8 cm (7 inches) color LCD.