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319 pages

The History of Television, 1942 to 2000

Creator: Albert Abramson | Performing Arts - 2002-12-30

It included multiple standard HD recording, ¡,¡25/60 and ¡,250/50 (Europe) and the ability to handle ¡,080 active lines.38 In June ¡997, it was reported that ABC a ‡liate KGTV San Diego had made a $430,000 purchase of Panasonic DVCPRO  ...

Publisher: McFarland

About this book
Albert Abramson published (with McFarland) in 1987 a landmark volume titled The History of Television, 1880-1941 ("massive...research"--Library Journal; "voluminous documentation"--Choice; "many striking old photos"--The TV Collector). At last he has produced the follow-up volume; the reader may be assured there is no other book in any language that is remotely comparable to it. Together, these two volumes provide the definitive technical history of the medium. Upon the development in the mid-1940s of new cameras and picture tubes that made commercial television possible worldwide, the medium rose rapidly to prominence. Perhaps even more important was the invention of the video tape recorder in 1956, allowing editing, re-shooting and rebroadcasting. This second volume, 1942 to 2000 covers these significant developments and much more. Chapters are devoted to television during World War II and the postwar era, the development of color television, Ampex Corporation's contributions, television in Europe, the change from helical to high band technology, solid state cameras, the television coverage of Apollo II, the rise of electronic journalism, television entering the studios, the introduction of the camcorder, the demise of RCA at the hands of GE, the domination of Sony and Matsushita, and the future of television in e-cinema and the 1080 P24 format. The book is heavily illustrated (as is the first volume).



256 pages

Working with HDV, Shoot, Edit, and Deliver Your High Definition Video

Creator: Chuck Gloman, Mark J. Pescatore | Performing Arts - 2013-10-08

DVCPRO HD is the third in a series of DV-based digital video formats from Panasonic. As the industry began to offer digital alternatives to the Sony Betacam SP analog workhorse, Panasonic delivered DVCPRO in 1995, its proprietary 4:1: 1, ...

Publisher: CRC Press

About this book
Over the past few years, HDV has burst onto the professional video production landscape and is changing the world of high-definition acquisition. Are you ready to make the transition to HDV? Let this book, with its clear, unbiased overview of HDV, be your guide. More than a catalog of HDV products, this book provides you with perspective on the driving forces behind high-definition, technical information about digital video technologies that's easy to follow, and real-world tips for getting the most out of your HDV investment. The book also includes a tear-out focusing chart, HDV resource guide, and detailed glossary for quick reference, making it a timely and valuable resource for video professionals and students.Working with HDV provides the answers to some of the big questions surrounding this exciting format:- Why has HDV become so popular so quickly?- Is HDV right for your next project?- What are your HDV camcorder/equipment options?- How does HDV differ from other video formats?- Why is shooting with HDV similar to shooting with a film camera?- How will you manage your HDV post production workflow?- Does HDV make good business sense for your operation?- What are the alternatives to HDV on the market?Don't get left behind as HDV momentum continues to build--get up and running quickly with this handy guide that demystifies what to use and how to use it.



832 pages

The Filmmaker's Handbook, A Comprehensive Guide for the Digital Age: 2013 Edition

Creator: Steven Ascher, Edward Pincus | Performing Arts - 2012-11-27

Panasonic's DVCPRO HD format is a 100 Mbps high definition format with 4:2:2 color and 6.7:1 compression. It uses DV intraframe compression, meaning that each frame is individually compressed for simplified editing and postproduction ...

Publisher: Penguin

About this book
2008 Edition The authoritative guide to funding, preparing, shooting, lighting, editing, finishing and distributing your film or video Widely acknowledged as the "bible" of film and video production and used in courses around the world, this indispensable guide to making movies is now updated with the latest advances in high- definition formats. For students and teachers, the professional and the novice filmmaker, this clear and comprehensive handbook remains the reliable reference to all aspects of moviemaking. Techniques for making narrative, documentary, corporate, experimental and feature films. Working with high-definition and standard-definition digital video formats, including DV, HD, and HDV. Extensive coverage of video editing with the latest nonlinear editing systems. Thorough grounding in lenses, lighting, sound recording, and sound editing. The business aspects of financing and producing moviesWritten by filmmakers for filmmakers, this book will give you the skills you need to take your dreams from script to screen.


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PANASONIC DVCPRO HD P2 AG-HVX200 USER MANUAL Pdf Download.
View and Download Panasonic DVCPRO HD P2 AG-HVX200 user manual online. Panasonic Camcorder - Digital Camcorder User Manual. DVCPRO HD P2 AG-HVX200 Camcorder pdf ...

DV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
DVCPRO, also known as DVCPRO25, is a variation of DV developed by Panasonic and introduced in 1995 for use in electronic news gathering (ENG) equipment.

Panasonic DVCPRO Firestore FS100 - YouTube
This video reveals the settings necessary to make the FS-100 work with Panasonic DVCPRO HD camcorders.

Professional Video | Panasonic
Panasonic Professional Video offers customers a wide selection of Camcorders, Camera Systems, Mixers/Switchers, Record/pLayers, Production Monitors, and Digital Media ...


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    Panasonic AJ-P66M DVCPRO 66-Minute Video Cassette

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    Panasonic Pro AG-HVX205A / HVX200A 3CCD P2/DVCPRO 1080i High Definition Camcorder with 13x Optical Zoom - International Version (No Warranty)

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    Rating (1 reviews):
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    Five Stars

    5/5 Otto J. - See all my reviews This review is from: Panasonic Pro AG-HVX205A / HVX200A 3CCD P2/DVCPRO 1080i High Definition Camcorder with 13x Optical Zoom - International Version (No Warranty) (Electronics) Good Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 19, 2014
    Includes the the P2 card, offering superior reliability, immediate playback and outstanding cost-performance
    True high definition image quality (1080i or 720p) with low-compression DVCPRO HD intraframe recording
    Supports HD/SD multi-format and multi-codec recording capabilities
    Features the new Leica Dicomar HD lens, developed specifically for HD recording
    New progressive CCD and DSP for higher sensitivity and image quality


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    Panasonic Pro AG-HVX200 3CCD P2/DVCPRO 1080i High Definition Camcorder with 13x Optical Zoom - International Version (No Warranty)

    Photography (Panasonic)

    Features the new Leica Dicomar HD lens, developed specifically for HD recording
    Supports HD/SD multi-format and multi-codec recording capabilities
    True high definition image quality (1080i or 720p) with low-compression DVCPRO HD intraframe recording
    New progressive CCD and DSP for higher sensitivity and image quality


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    Panasonic AG-HVX200 P2 HD Camcorder

    Photography (Panasonic)

    Rating (13 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Panasonic

    For Pros, not for Gadget-Seekers

    We just received an AG-HVX200 and I tell you, it's got more menus than a powerhouse Chinese restaurant. It's not for people who enjoy the pyro-friendly camera; there are menus with the depth of a 15-layer cake. The reason is because the camera can be configured into over 100 different ways of shooting.The HVX200 gives the new user a challenge to sink or swim, because it thrusts you into deep water. If you've ever shot with the DVX100, you'll adapt to the HVX quite well, from other reviews I've read. I'm a still shooter for a major city daily newspaper, and we're moving towards high definition gear to shoot movie clips and pull frames for news print. With this in mind, the camera's color retention are quality. But I wish the configs were a bit simpler. It will take time to learn a new format of news-gathering, but I see the potential with this gear.One big drawback that I see is that the menu buttons are on top of the camera, beside and beneath the handle. Try... 4/5 FrontPage (Baltimore, MD United States) - See all my reviews We just received an AG-HVX200 and I tell you, it's got more menus than a powerhouse Chinese restaurant. It's not for people who enjoy the pyro-friendly camera; there are menus with the depth of a 15-layer cake. The reason is because the camera can be configured into over 100 different ways of shooting.The HVX200 gives the new user a challenge to sink or swim, because it thrusts you into deep water. If you've ever shot with the DVX100, you'll adapt to the HVX quite well, from other reviews I've read. I'm a still shooter for a major city daily newspaper, and we're moving towards high definition gear to shoot movie clips and pull frames for news print. With this in mind, the camera's color retention are quality. But I wish the configs were a bit simpler. It will take time to learn a new format of news-gathering, but I see the potential with this gear.One big drawback that I see is that the menu buttons are on top of the camera, beside and beneath the handle. Try... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 6, 2006

    90 percent of the quality and features of the 50-100k alternatives

    Being a professional videographer/producer.... I anxiously awaited the release of the HVX200. Having rented the 100Kplus Varicam for 1500 per day plus 600 per day for the deck.... I was head over heals when I read about the HVX coming out. It's DVCPRO HD codec is Professional. Not HDV consumer quality codec.. but real big boy stuff here. Sure, it doesn't have interchangeable lense, and a 2/3 chip... but man it's Sexy. Man it delivers the goods for a very reasonable price. One week or more of renting the Varicam and this baby is mine. It's my daily shooter.. my hammer and it's allowing me to deliver broadcast quality results without breaking the bank. Great for indi filmmakers and those looking to up their quality without killing their savings. It's also REVOLUTIONARY. Truly Tapeless and that's a God send. Tape is DEAD. Film is nearly dead and this camera is the harbinger of good things to come. It's not a pick up and shoot cold kind of cam. There's a learning curve... 5/5 Justyn C. Rowe - See all my reviews, March 11, 2007

    Very satisfactory experience thus far.

    Our company has purchased four of these HVX200's and we're very happy with their performance thus far. We're shooting a half a dozen HD (720P at 24fps) shows and all of our users seem happy and impressed. Be warned, however, that this camera is BIG and is not easy to use as a hand-held, particularly if you're using it with an external monitor with related battery.The images we're capturing with the HVX200 are great. (Lighting, of course, is vital. These are not low-light cameras.) Learning how to shoot tapeless onto the P2 cards is a bit daunting at first, but, once you catch on, it's not difficult and has been reliable. We set up a laptop on location and use it to import the footage into Final Cut. Shooting at 720P/24fps, we can get about 20 minutes of video on each of the 2 P2 cards. So, it is optimum to have 4 of the cards for EACH camera. (So you can be loading the media onto the hard drives while shooting on the other two cards. It takes about 15 minutes to... 4/5 DWKing (soCal) - See all my reviews Our company has purchased four of these HVX200's and we're very happy with their performance thus far. We're shooting a half a dozen HD (720P at 24fps) shows and all of our users seem happy and impressed. Be warned, however, that this camera is BIG and is not easy to use as a hand-held, particularly if you're using it with an external monitor with related battery.The images we're capturing with the HVX200 are great. (Lighting, of course, is vital. These are not low-light cameras.) Learning how to shoot tapeless onto the P2 cards is a bit daunting at first, but, once you catch on, it's not difficult and has been reliable. We set up a laptop on location and use it to import the footage into Final Cut. Shooting at 720P/24fps, we can get about 20 minutes of video on each of the 2 P2 cards. So, it is optimum to have 4 of the cards for EACH camera. (So you can be loading the media onto the hard drives while shooting on the other two cards. It takes about 15 minutes to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 20, 2006
    16:9 native high-sensitivity progressive 3-CCD with 1080/60p scanning
    DSP with 14-bit A/D conversion and 19-bit internal processing for unprecedented accuracy
    High definition recording formats - 1080/60i, 1080/24p, 1080/24p, 1080/30p, 720p
    16:9 / 4:3 switchable for standard definition recording, 16:9 native for HD, 3 batteries Included
    CineSwitch technology for variable frame rates in 720p mode - 12, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 30, 32, 36, 48, 60fps


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    Panasonic AJ-HD1800 DVCPRO HD Studio VTR Deck Professional HD Recorder

    Photography (Panasonic)
    List Price: $58,595.00
    Price: $14,899.00
    You Save: $43,696.00 (75%)

    8-Channel/16-bit Audio
    3.5" LCD
    Up/Down Conversion
    HD-SDI Input/Output


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    Genuine OEM brand name Panasonic AJ-P126L DVCPRO Tape126 Min LG AJP126L

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    Shipped Same Day
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    Genuine OEM brand name Panasonic AJ-P33M DVCPRO Tape 33 Min AJP33M

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    Panasonic AYDVM63PQ Professional Quality MiniDV Tape

    Speakers (Panasonic)

    P2 cards can store all P2 frame rates and formats - HD, SD, DVCPRO HD/50/25 and AVC-Intra 100 / 50
    Compatibility with all P2 camcorders, P2 recorders and workflow tools
    1.2Gbps transfer speed
    Reliable performance and instant access
    Compatibility with all major NLEs and servers



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    Panasonic AJ-PCS060G Portable DVCPRO HD/50/25 P2 Store Drive

    PC Accessory (Panasonic)

    Rating (1 reviews):
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    Panasonic

    Works Great!

    5/5 Elle M (New York, NY) - See all my reviews This review is from: Panasonic AJ-PCS060G Portable DVCPRO HD/50/25 P2 Store Drive (Electronics) It's great to be able to unload the P2 cards so we can continue filming. That saves us from buying tons of P2 cards, which are quite spendy. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 28, 2014


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