The micro four-thirds video camera announced by Panasonic

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Micro Four Thirds video camera
Source: www.theverge.com

On October 13, Panasonic had unveiled the Micro Four Thirds video camera. The corporate describes the novel machine that is Lumix BGH1 as a mirrorless cinema and lives event camera. It features micro four sensors and a compact cubic design.  The lens mount ideally dominate

s one of the several camera’s sides.

Basically, the BGH1 is designed especially for expandability, versatility, and ease of setup. The company envisages it being utilized in multi-camera conditions featuring drones, different advanced structures, and stay streaming. The camera is also known to have power over Ethernet; by it, we mean it may powered with a similar cable that connects it to a community.

Above all, as much as 12 of them might be managed without delay with the supporting Lumix Tether for the Multicam app. The Micro Four Thirds video camera will be available for users by this December for $1999.99.

What are the new additions to the camera?

The sensor of the camera is around 10.2 megapixels, presumably to optimize the camera for 4k video recording. If you buy this camera, you can shoot footage for 4:2:0 10-bit C4K/4K 60p or 4:2:2 10-bit All-I C4k/4K 30p. You can also seize in Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) for broadcast-ready HDR.

Some of the other options embody twin UHS SD card slots, HDMI output, USB-C 3.1, a 3.5mm in/out jack, 3G SDI, and Bluetooth. It also features the flexibility to output desqueezed anamorphic footage over SDI, USB-C, or Ethernet. 

Some features of the Micro Four Thirds video camera:

  • Full HD up to 240fps
  • 3328 x 2496 Anamorphic at up to 50p
  • SDI & HDMI Out
  • TC In/Out & Genlock
  • Ethernet with PoE+
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • M4/3 10.28MP (17.3 x 13 mm) Digital Live MOS sensor
  • Dual Native ISO
  • Lightweight & compact design
  • 4K DCI & UHD 4:2:2 10-bit up to 29.97p internal recording
  • 4K DCI & UHD 4:2:0 10-bit 59.94p internal recording

Who should be using the BGH1 model?

You can surely use the BGHI model if you want to do live streaming, VR, sports, Gimbals, Drones, Multicam production, etc. You can also use it for tasks like On vehicle shots, broadcasts, cinema, and documentaries. Thus the camera can also used for several other functions.

All you need to know about the weight, size, and design:

The BGH1 or Micro Four Thirds video camera is a compact, small, and lightweight device and is quite similar to modern day cameras. The box design has both its pros and cons.

The body frame comprises of aluminum and magnesium alloy, and the camera weighs around 54g. There are only a few dials and buttons on the camera. There is a power on/off button in front of the camera, and on the top, you have a record and menu button. 

Should you buy the camera?

In this current climate, the BGH1 is highly relevant. Thus you can use this camera if it matches your requirement.