Aiming to regain ground in the cinema marketplace, Panasonic has launched the EVA1, a compact cinema camera.
Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa (PMMAF) has showcased an array of solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2017, which runs from Oct 8 12, 2017, at Dubai World Trade Centre.
About the array of solutions on display, Hiroki Soejima, Managing Director, PMMAF said: Middle East is one of the major drivers for the global economy, and GITEX is a platform that helps us showcase our latest and pioneering technologies.
He also highlighted that the Dubai Festival City project, that deploys Panasonics projectors, has secured two Guinness world records for World’s Largest Water Screen Projection and World’s Largest Permanent Projection Mapping.
Aiming to regain ground in the cinema marketplace, Panasonic has launched the EVA1, a compact cinema camera featuring a newly-designed Super35-sized sensor with 5.7K resolution. With low-light performance, the EVA1 is built around a dual native ISO with an edge of dynamic luminance range that a digital camera can capture. Compact and lightweight, the AU-EVA1 is suited for handheld shooting, documentaries, events, commercials, and music videos.
Panasonics products at GITEX of particular interest to the broadcast industry is the 360-degree Live Camera System AW-360C10 capable of producing 360-degree video in uncompressed 4K. The system generates 2:1 equi-rectangular format 360-degree video by stitching the output of four cameras, giving the spectator the sense of immersion in variation of scenes, such as live broadcasts of sports, concerts and other stadium events. The Real-time active stitching function continuously changes the position by automatically detecting a subject at the seam.