Panasonic at IBC 2015

​Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Steve Cooperman of Panasonic USA.

Panasonic provides a broad line of digital and other electronics products and solutions for consumer, business and industrial use. In the interview Steve talks about the AG-DVX200 4K Handheld Camera.  Other products that are ready to ship, like the AW-EU70 4K PTZ Camera, AK-UC3000 4K Broadcast Camera, AK-UB300 Multipurpose 4K Camera, and the AK-HC5000 HD Studio Camera  were also discussed.

This post is in Partnership with The ProductionHUB.

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