Panasonic AJ-PX270 (AJPX270) P2 HD handheld camera recorder with integrated AVC-ULTRA recording -
The AJ-PX270 is a P2 HD handheld camera recorder with integrated AVC-ULTRA recording that offers a wide range of choice between recording bit rates.
The handheld features two built-in microP2 card slots with simultaneous recording functionality, a newly designed multipurpose compact zoom lens and wireless workflow options.
The first handheld camera recorder to feature the AVC-ULTRA*1 codec family, microP2 cards and wireless LAN connection*2
• New 1/3 type 3MOS image sensors
• Compact 22x Zoom Lens Covers a Wide Range From 28 mm to 616 mm
• Three manual operation lens rings — zoom, focus and iris
• AVC-LongG50/25 and AVC-Intra100/50 codecs
• Optional AVC-Intra200 codec
• Low-bit-rate AVC-Proxy
• Two microP2 card slots enable the ultimate cost-effective operation.
• Simultaneous recording enables safe, secure backup recording onto two media cards.
• An optional wireless module allows wireless LAN connection for tablet or smartphone linking
The AJ-PX270 is the first P2 HD handheld camera recorder with AVC-ULTRA recording and built-in microP2 card slots. In addition to the established AVC-Intra100, it has AVC-LongG for extended recording and AVC-Intra200*2 for master level recording. AVC-LongG25 enables extended 1920 x 1080 10 bit 4:2:2 broadcast quality recording (four times longer than AVC-Intra100).
A newly designed, built-in, compact 22x zoom lens covers a wide range from 28 mm to 616 mm. Three lens rings (Cam-Type Zoom, Focus, Iris) provide comfortable manual control similar to interchangeable lenses. The newly developed high-sensitivity and low-noise 1/3 type 3MOS sensors produce superb image, even in dim light. Two microP2 card slots enable the ultimate cost-effective operation. The microP2 card, with the same reliability of the P2 card, can be used without an adapter. Simultaneous recording is also possible for backup use. A wireless LAN dongle*2 is available (a 3G/4G/LTE dongle is scheduled for use in the near future). These network functions make workflows more efficient. For example, low-bit-rate proxy*3 and metadata are quickly and easily transmitted.