Empowering Everything in 3D (Panasonic @ BroadcastAsia2010)2 min readReading Time: 2 minutes
Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific invites you to BroadcastAsia 2010 (15 ““ 18 June 2010) to an exciting state-of-the-art 3D Studio at Panasonic booth (8H2-01). It’s all 3D entertainment with exciting action in Studio that will be captured live in 3D on the new AG-3DA1, the world’s first* professional quality, fully-integrated Full HD 3D camcorder offering SD media card recording.
Also on display will be Panasonic’s recently announced BT-3DL2550, a 25″ professional- quality 3D LCD monitor for field use, the AG-HMX100, a professional HD digital AV mixer for live 3D event production.
Besides exciting 3D Product line-up, you will have a first-look at the new AVCCAM camcorders AG-HMC82 (Professional HD Shoulder-Mount Camcorder with DV Recording) and the AG-AF100 (the first professional micro 4/3-inch video camcorder).
Among the strong P2HD line-up, there is the new AG-HPX372 (an affordable second- generation, interchangeable lens camcorder with 10-bit, 4:2:2, independent-frame full 1920 x 1080 resolution AVC-Intra recording), AG-MSU10 (a highly portable P2 Media Storage), AJ-HPD2500 (Four-Rack deck P2HD Player/Recorder with AVC-Intra recording), and AJ-PCD2 (low-cost Single-Slot P2 Drive).
Also for the first time in Asia, we will be showcasing the “50 series”: the first implementation of an Internet Protocol (IP) and Serial-controlled video production system. The “50 Series” includes the AW-RP50 remote camera controller, the AW-HE50 multi-format HD/SD camera with an integrated pan-tilt-zoom mechanism, and the AW- HS50 sub-compact live switcher with built-in MultiViewer.
To help the regional industry get ready for 3D, Panasonic will feature a strong line-up of Masterclasses and Workshops to educate users on 3D production & workflows before and during BroadcastAsia: From 11 ““ 12 June, there will be a 3D Production Masterclass held at Singapore Media Academy for participants who are about to embark on 3D content creation.
The 3D Masterclass Instructors, Geoff Boyle and Barry Braverman (both Cinematographers experienced with 3D cinematography), will also be present at Panasonic Workshop booth throughout BroadcastAsia to give 3D Crashcourse Workshops twice a day, everyday. (Session 1: 11:00 ““ 12:30, Session 2: 14:00 ““ 15:30).
Both the 3D Masterclass and 3D Crashcourse Workshops are co- organized by Creatasphere, an American based company with nearly a decade experience in delivering training, conference and exposition in the entertainment technology industry (www.createasphere.com).