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Panasonic Releasing AW-UE100 Series, 4K/60fps PTZ Cameras With Support For NDI, SRT And FreeD
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Panasonic Releasing AW-UE100 Series, 4K/60fps PTZ Cameras With Support For NDI, SRT And FreeD

by Syed Hassan AlgadrieAugust 24, 2020
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Panasonic set to release new AW-UE100 series

Panasonic is releasing the new AW-UE100W and AW-UE100K, PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras with a range of functions including 4K 60p/50p shooting and 12G-SDI output. 

AW-UE100W

AW-UE100W

The AW-UE100W and AW-UE100K will come with support for a wide range of transmission protocols which include a high bandwidth NDI (Network Device Interface) connection which enables low latency transmission of high-quality live video over a single LAN cable as well as SRT (Secure Reliable Transport), which has strong security suitable for unstable network environments.

In addition to that, the new cameras support FreeD, which can connect to an AR/VR system without the need for an encoder. This means that it is possible to make virtual studio shooting with Panasonic’s new camera. The camera will also include 12G-SDI, 3G-SDI, HDMI and IP output terminals. This enables the cameras to output various formats, such as 4K 60p/50p. 

AW-UE100K

AW-UE100K

Furthermore, the camera comes equipped with a newly-developed high- precision Direct Drive motor. This improves the camera’s operability, responsiveness and quietness during pan and tilt operations. 

Panasonic has stated that the AW-UE100W and AW-UE100K are suitable for a wide range of production environments, from live video distribution of events to shooting studio programs. 

Both cameras are set to release some time this month. For more information, do head over to the official page here.

Pokdepinion: The AW-UE100W and AW-UE100K look like really good cameras with powerful specs to boot. 

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Syed Hassan Algadrie
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