Panasonic AK-UC4000 4K Studio Camera
A 4K studio camera with high video quality. Compatible with a 2/3 lens mount and contains a newly developed large 4.4K sensor.
This camera offers the high video quality that is only possible with a large sensor, along with a wide range of 4K acquisition with the latest functions such as HDR (HLG), BT.2020 and high-speed shooting
This camera offers the high video quality that is only possible with a large sensor, along with a wide range of 4K acquisition with the latest functions such as HDR (HLG), BT.2020
and high-speed shooting*1. The camera keeps up with diversifying systems with features such as 12G-SDI, TICO*2, over SDI (4K over 3G-SDI) output and MoIP*3, making it suitable
not only for studio production but for a wide range of operations such as sports and events. With high video quality and a system that can be adapted to various situations,
this camera provides the level of high-end production that is needed in the 4K age. This camera has a newly developed large 4.4K sensor. Beyond 4K sampling is used to achieve an ultra-high definition resolution of 2000 TV lines. UHD 12G-SDI output (x2) and TICO over SDI output (x1) included as a standard feature.
Supports high-speed* 2x, 3x or 4x output in HD mode at 1080p, 1080i and 720p simultaneously with standard (1x) output. With a newly developed 4.4K sensor, it realizes ultra-high-definition
resolution, high sensitivity, low noise, and a wide dynamic range.
This camera supports the uncompressed 12G-SDI output that is needed in the 4K age and enables 4K video to be transferred with one cable. Light compression technology called TICO*1 is also used, enabling 4K video to be sent by 3G-SDI without losing video quality, so that the current HD infrastructure can be used in 4K systems. Also compatible with V-Log Gamma output*2. Furthermore, the IP/12G/3G Interface Kit AK-NP600G (optional accessory) can be equipped for SMPTE ST2110 support
This mode provides rich gradation to render contrast, color and shadow in dark image areas that could not previously be reproduced due to blackout, thus resulting in more realistic image quality. It supports a variable HDR by adjusting the high dynamic range. In addition, it is possible to configure a system supporting simultaneous HDR/SDR in order to handle production
environments with both. SDR image can be adjusted overexposed by offset gain and knee function adjusts bright image as well as HDR