‘Guide To The Panasonic DVX200 Camera’ By Barry Green Available As Free Download

Panasonic has announced Barry Green’s A Guide to the Panasonic AG-DVX200 Camera is available as a free download. The interactive ebook examines all the DVX200PJ’s features, settings and modes, as well as tutorials on some of the most common situations users will face. The book demystifies the functionality of all the DVX200PJ’s features, and explains when and why to use specific settings for best results.

The Panasonic DVX200PJ is the first in a new generation of large sensor, multi-format professional camcorders capable of capturing 4K/UHD, HD and SD, including cinematic DCI 4K 4096x2160. The camcorder is optimized for 4K/HD production, with stunning bokeh effects and a V-Log L curve (measured at 12 stops) emulating the natural grey-scale rendition of the VariCam 35.

An extensive section of tutorials and essays covers a range of subjects from the simple to the advanced, including explanations on the benefits of 4K, working with the camcorder's variable frame rates, using its VLOG-L mode, and how to use the waveform monitor and vectorscope.The full-color, 260+-page book has an abundance of photos, screen-shots and video examples of menu functions.

Barry Green is an Emmy-award-winning producer with four Emmy nominations for writing and producing television commercials and public service announcements. His technical background includes 13 years as a professional computer programmer.

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