Panasonic AG-UX180 Memory Card Camera Recorder
The AG-UX180 supports 4K 24p, UHD 60p/50p, FHD 60p/50p
multi-format recording and HD super slow-motion. Two SD
memory card slots*2 are provided to enable relay/simultaneous/
backup recording for enhanced reliability, and also support
UHD/FHD*3 dual codec recording for a more efficient workflow
This model is equipped with a newly designed compact lens featuring a wide 24mm angle and 20x optical zoom as well as a 1.0-type (effective size) high-sensitivity MOS sensor. Its evolved
Optical Image Stabilizer (O.I.S.) and intelligent AF function suitable for professional camera work. The AG-UX180 supports 4K 24p, UHD 60p/50p, FHD 60p/50p multi-format recording and HD super slow-motion. Two SD memory card slots*2 are provided to enable relay/simultaneous/ backup recording for enhanced reliability, and also support. UHD/FHD*3 dual codec recording for a more efficient workflow. The controls of the AG-UX180, such as the manual three rings and user button, as well as interfaces, such as 3G-SDI/HDMI and XLR input, are engineered to meet the needs of professional video recording. Offering the same level of agility and mobility as the conventional HD handheld camcorder, the AG-UX180 provides powerful support for high-image-quality 4K video production.
The 4-Drive Lens System simultaneously and independently drives 4 lens groups (group 2, iris, group 3, group 4). The lens size and drive range for each of the 4 groups can be efficiently suppressed to optimize image quality/zoom power and achieve compact body. The integrated lens boasts the industry’s widest angle of 24 mm at the wide-angle setting. It enables wide-angle and minimal-distortion shooting without the use of a wide conversion lens and also allows video recording/production in a vehicle or room for example.
Two SD card slots are provided. This enables unlimited* relay recording by simply changing SD cards, and also allows simultaneous recording and background recording while ensuring high recording reliability.
UHD/FHD Dual Codec Recording function records images simultaneously into two different formats, Main and Sub (see the table below). Sub-recording files can be used for preview, off-line editing and online transmission. FHD (8 Mbps) sub-recording files can be transmitted via mobile networks so editing work can be performed before the delivery of the main
recording files, thus improving workflow efficiency.