Panasonic Ships Popular AG-HVX200 Solid-State P2 HD Camcorder with Free 16GB P2 Card in the Box
Posted Dec 12, 2007

Panasonic announced today that, starting this month, it will be shipping new AG-HVX200 P2 HD camcorders with a free 16GB P2 card (model AJ-P2C016RG).

Customers who buy a new HVX200 from an authorized U.S. Panasonic reseller will receive one 16GB P2 card (a $900 value) and a copy of The HVX Book by Barry Green included inside the box at the time of purchase.

On a single 16GB P2 card, professionals can record for 16 minutes in DVCPRO HD, 40 minutes in DVCPRO HD in native 720/24p, 32 minutes in DVCPRO50 and 64 minutes in DVCPRO. With the HVX200, which has two P2 card slots, users can double record times.

The ultra-versatile HVX200 records in 1080i and 720p in production-proven 100 Mbps DVCPRO HD quality, with the ability to capture images in 21 record modes. The DVCPRO HD format offers users cost-effective, intra-frame compression, where each frame stands on its own for editing, and its full 4:2:2 color sampling allows the image to hold up under color correction. The camera records video on a P2 card as IT-friendly MXF files in 1080/60i, 30p and 24p; in 720/60p, 30p and 24p; in 50Mbps DVCPRO50 and in 25Mbps DVCPRO or DV. The HVX200 can capture fast or slow action in 720p at various frame rates--the first time this function is available in a hand-held camera. The shooting frame rate in 720p native mode can be set for any of 11 steps between 12fps and 60fps including 24fps and 30fps.

For more information on the AG-HVX200, visit www.panasonic.com/hvx200.

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