Panasonic AU-EVA1 Unveiled – Compact, Rich in Features and Under $8000

June 3rd, 2017

Hot on the heels of the Canon C200 announcement, Panasonic has finally disclosed more details about their modestly-priced new camera, the Panasonic AU-EVA1. The “mystery camera” we reported on during NAB 2017 has become something very realistic and interesting indeed!

It’s Cine Gear Expo time here at the Paramount studios in Los Angeles and Panasonic’s Mitch Gross has seized the opportunity to disclose many more details about their new EVA1 camera. Let us share with you what we currently know:

Sensor

  • Super 35
  • 5.7K
  • Dual Native ISO – Panasonic’s method to extract more information from the sensor without degrading the image
  • Advanced Colorimetry

Lens/Image Path

  • Native EF Mount
  • Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS)
  • IR Cut In/Out (Panasonic claims that “Unique photographic effects and night vision imagery are possible with this control over infrared”
  • Integrated ND Filter Wheel (2/4/6 stops)

Processing

  • 4K60p / 2K up to 240p
  • 4:2:2 10-bit
  • The camera can record in several formats and compression rates. A complete breakdown of recording formats will be available at the time of the EVA1’s release.
  • Video Codec up to 400 Mbps
  • V-log & V-gamut
  • 4K outputs in both HDMI and SDI simultaneously
  • SD Card Recording
  • 5.7K Raw Output to third-party recorders via a future update.
  • Dual native ISO

Other

  • XLR Audio Inputs
  • HDMI & SDI 4K Video Outputs
  • Removable handgrip (for easy mounting on drones, gimbal rigs or jib arms)
  • Timecode in/out
  • LCD sun shade included
  • Compact form factor and lightweight –  1.2kg/42.3 oz. (body only)
  • 6.69“ x 5.31“ x 5.23“ / 17cm x 13.5cm x 13.3cm (LxHxW)

The camera will cost under $8000 (body only) and will be available during Fall later this year.

Summary

As we can see, within the Panasonic video product line, the new EVA1 sits comfortably between the new GH5 and Varicam LT. Price-wise, will be competing head to head with the new Canon C200 and the first-generation Sony FS7. Specifications and features like size, light weight, 5.7K sensor, 4K60p (2K up to 240p), dual native ISO and a robust video codec up to 400 Mbps will surely appeal to many independent filmmakers. As a side note, in regards to the Dual Native ISO feature, Nela Pertl – Panasonic’s Europe/Middle East/Africa Marketing Manager – has said that the camera is currently being tested to determine final ISO specifications.

For additional information about the new camera please head to Panasonic’s web site by clicking here

If you are from Europe, you can now Pre-Order the Panasonic AU-EVA1 by clicking here

What do you think about that new Panasonic AU- EVA1 camera. Are you happy to see those specifications and will you be considering it as your primary filming tool?

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Kev Goin
Kev Goin
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ça va c’est accessible pour le grand public

Juan Moreyra
Juan Moreyra
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Fernando Vega Espejo Recién salida del horno.

Tri D Luu
Tri D Luu
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Also still a prototype with an unfinished sensor. Let’s wait until they have something more concrete

Marko Hila
Marko Hila
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

It’s actually the same sensor as the VC Lite. They’re just trying not to upset the VC owners who forked out $20K for basically the same camera..

Tri D Luu
Tri D Luu
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Marko Hila I’ll believe it when it’s 100% done

Toby Hoffman
Toby Hoffman
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Interesting.. kinda of looks like a superhero theme going on with that red line around the edges. The rep steps around the q of autofocus as if they don’t have anything that’s worthy to use…

Lucas Micheal Gould
Lucas Micheal Gould
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Nick Laird so cool they use canon. Mount

Maurice Booming Rich
Maurice Booming Rich
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

If this think is $4k to $5k it’s a great buy.

Peter Danks
Peter Danks
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Indeed, but if they priced it that low they would destroy their own market in lower end video cameras. Would be nice though!

Maurice Booming Rich
Maurice Booming Rich
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I don’t think they will be successful at $7.5k in this market up against Sony, BM, and Canon. Why would anyone buy this over the Ursa Mini Pro, c200, or FS5? I guess this will be as common as the Varicam.

 Jeff Brass
Jeff Brass
MemberJuly 2nd, 2017

several reasons. ursa mini as a lot bigger, and heavier. c200 has either a low bit rate 8 bit codec or a massive over blown RAW, FS5 is 8 bit unless out putting to an external recorder pushing weight up and ergonomics out the door.
Different shooters have different needs – I for one would pick this (if the image quality is good) over those 3 you listed.

 Funky Punky Monkey Junk
Funky Punky Monkey Junk
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

The C200 uses compressed raw, not “massive, overblown.” Its quality remains to be seen, but this Panasonic has no on-board raw at all; ridiculous in 2017.

Also, Canon is promising a 10-bit codec as a firmware update.

This Panasonic does have an EF mount, which is nice. If they’d provide a way to control the focusing motors in the lenses with a wheel (for follow focus), they’d beat Canon at what seems to be a rather obvious feature.

 Jeff Brass
Jeff Brass
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

I hear you on the focus – though I suspect it may come down to the way the motors actually work and may not be that good at a manual input control.

1gbps seems a bit over blown to me – more then double the bit rate of the Ursa mini pro. That alone will make media really expensive.

I suspect the lack of internal raw is partly to protect the VC….but I think its too late. And with so few sold (apparently) I’m not sure there is a lot to protect.

For me, raw – especially at such a large file size, wouldn’t fit into the majority of my style or workflow, and possibly wouldn’t fit for many others that the eva is perhaps aimed at – event, corp, wedding, run and gun. And given that there is a ton of good adverts shot with out the use of RAW I don’t feel its too ridiculous to not have it. more of a shame not to have it.

just my thoughts though and until the camera is out and can be tested, and canon bring out updates etc etc its all just thoughts

If 10bit is to come for the c200, then that is great and I’d seriously look at it then but until that update, its still an 8 bit camera or RAW

Peter Danks
Peter Danks
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I think this camera will match the shooting styles of many people. For one, the ISO trumps the Ursa mini. Not to mention the 5.7K which I believe is unheard of in a sub $10k camera. And I feel that the c200 has as many limitations as it does great features.

 Lorenzo Huskamp
Lorenzo Huskamp
MemberJune 5th, 2017

@Peter Check out Kinefinity Terra 5K/6K

 Jeff Brass
Jeff Brass
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

I love the look of the Terra – if only they had good distribution and we could go out and try them.

they seem to have everything else well sorted.

Maurice Booming Rich
Maurice Booming Rich
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Right. I just hope the 5.7 raw don’t take as long as it took them to let us get vlog on the gh4. ??

Douglas De Young
Douglas De Young
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Looks good.

Hans Bobànovits
Hans Bobànovits
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Loris, Ursa mini killer?

Loris Accaries
Loris Accaries
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

That 2000 usd more than the mini pro and 3000 usd more than the mini 4.6k , you get better ISO and a bit more resolution but no internal raw and probable so so motion and color, so for me no .

 Jeff Brass
Jeff Brass
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

you get cheaper media, batteries, significant weight benefits, size benefits – smaller gimbal if you like that, smaller sliders, easier to shoulder mount and carry etc etc

The ursa mini is a fantastic camera, but I wouldn’t want to have that on my shoulder for any length of time.

Dane Parsons
Dane Parsons
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ursa mini has Fixed patten noise tho and low frame rates…so maybe.

 Funky Punky Monkey Junk
Funky Punky Monkey Junk
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

THOUGH

Lee Matthews
Lee Matthews
GuestJune 4th, 2017

My Ursa Mini Pro doesn’t have FPN. It’s no longer an issue for most users. It’s a fantastic camera

Joelle Mcneil
Joelle Mcneil
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

24 hours and the C200 is dead lol

Jake Hellbach
Jake Hellbach
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Not dead but I’m sure discounted before it hits the market.

Clayton Arnall
Clayton Arnall
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I think the touch screen and autofocus on the c200 will still draw a lot of people

Gene Nemetz
Gene Nemetz
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

OMG, LOL!!!!!

Shane Roberts
Shane Roberts
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I really don’t see how. It’s not writing 5.7k raw to an sd card. 4K compressed raw with 15 stops of dynamic range, canon colours and dual pixel autofocus internally is incredible.

Panasonic has potentially higher resolution and raw to an external recorder in the future, better slow motion and a better light codec for the time being. The canon is more appealing to me but objectively they’re on same level.

 Jones Paul
Jones Paul
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

I took this a totally different way. I think the panasonic is dead in the water. The c200 shoots raw, got beautiful colour (if it is the same as the c300mkii) , dual pixel AF (a big deal, it works so well) and an evf, a touch screen, and to top it off, it is 500 cheaper.

Vladimir Talijan
Vladimir Talijan
GuestJune 4th, 2017

Color science and ergonomics will be nowhere near C200, the two most important things. Sony has all the specs of this world and is much cheaper than Canon, so is Cinema line dead ?:)

Astral Xilef
Astral Xilef
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

‘under 8000 dollars’ – trying to win readers with that price mention eh? tell us when it’s under 2500 dollars.

Gabriel de Castelaze
Gabriel de Castelaze
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

We are talking about professional tools, not pocket cameras. To be able to shoot 4k 60 fps, and maybe in raw in a few months .. 5 years ago it would had cost you 80k. It’s almost the price of a 1DX MkII

 Funky Punky Monkey Junk
Funky Punky Monkey Junk
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

It’s not going to shoot raw to SD cards.

Brent Buntyn
Brent Buntyn
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Hey look they ripped off the Sony FS7.

 Andreja Mijatovic
Andreja Mijatovic
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

Quite true I suppose, it maybe better, a little too early to tell without seeing the image. I like the specs more on this compared to the Sony. However let’s see her firmware upgraded in the wild first.

Oscar Stegland
Oscar Stegland
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

If anything, they’re looking to compete with the fs5… This thing is like half the size of the FS7.

And what exactly did they rip off?

 Funky Punky Monkey Junk
Funky Punky Monkey Junk
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

In what way?

Kusanagui Batou
Kusanagui Batou
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Nobody speaks about dynamic range ?

Javier Mollo
Javier Mollo
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Canon Ceo’s looking for a job…

Christian Herrera
Christian Herrera
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

When are the Japanese companies gonna learn to name their cameras? Pretty easy to remember Alexa, or scarlet, AU-EVA1? Not exactly catchy

Eliot Honda
Eliot Honda
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

They used the shortened name during the presentation EVA1.

Mel Feliciano
Mel Feliciano
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

It is called EVA which is Eve in Spanish, so there is your female name.

Luis Hartmann
Luis Hartmann
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

“get in the camera shinji!”

 Yuk Hong Law
Yuk Hong Law
MemberJune 5th, 2017

the camera will end up with shooting without battery and biting people..

Marko Hila
Marko Hila
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I’m calling it EVA.

 Andreja Mijatovic
Andreja Mijatovic
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

When the c200 gets its firmware update 2018 for the more robust 8/10 bit, and this gets its raw out update, we are gonna have two very awesome cameras. Let the battle begin! I can’t decide which one I like more, have too wait for those updates to see which one fits my needs more.

 Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

I was at the canon booth today at cinegear looking at the c200 and asked the rep about the update(which wasn’t coming anytime soon) wasn’t going to change from 8 bit to 10bit it will still be 4:2:0 150mbs just not MP4. When I heard this I was blown away. It’s either 12 bit raw or 8 bit. I think they really missed the mark here. To be a decent b camera for the c300 they could have at least added 10bit 4:2:2. I agree that the specs on the Panasonic are much more appealing. Although, canons af is pretty good.
Maybe this will push canon to add a 10bit 4:2:2 to the update… fingers crossed but not holding my breath.

Alan Mash
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

Hmm interesting…I always thought the future XF-AVC C200 codec would still be 8 bit but more like the XC10 codec at 305 mbps 8 bit, not matching the C200 mp4 150 mbps. Crazy…

James Bridges
James Bridges
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Please get rid of the red…

Paul Shirley
Paul Shirley
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

No internal ND? Shame for a run-and-gun rig.

Benny Wong
Benny Wong
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

why not ?

Brad Halstead
Brad Halstead
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Top left of the control panel area (just under the red record button) there’s an ND Filter label with an up/down button. Definitely has internal ND.

Paul Shirley
Paul Shirley
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Brad Halstead good find, thought that would have been odd.

Jake Hellbach
Jake Hellbach
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Yes ND filter
Native EF Mount
Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS)
IR Cut In/Out (Panasonic claims that “Unique photographic effects and night vision imagery are possible with this control over infrared”
Integrated ND Filter Wheel (2/4/6 stops)

Oscar Stegland
Oscar Stegland
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Has some form of IBIS as well, according to newsshooters

Jess Newman
Jess Newman
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Interesting

Andrew Bucknell
Andrew Bucknell
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Aakash Prashanth well this is interesting

Aakash Prashanth
Aakash Prashanth
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Yessss… But it’s still 8000$

 Kayode O
Kayode O
MemberJune 5th, 2017

Not here it isn’t… except if £8,999.00 is a type on this website
http://www.wexphotographic.com/panasonic-au-eva1-5-7k-compact-cinema-camera-1629312/

Andrew Bucknell
Andrew Bucknell
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Usd…. so basically same price as fs7…. just better

Palmer Woodrow
Palmer Woodrow
MemberJune 5th, 2017

(random name) So what?

Jurre van Gestel
Jurre van Gestel
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Nice camera!!!!

Joelle Mcneil
Joelle Mcneil
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

LCD sun shade included! I’m sold!

Gene Nemetz
Gene Nemetz
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Anyone just want to give me one of these?

Clayton Moore
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

Again, its an unfinished pre-release.

Gene Nemetz
Gene Nemetz
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

A little video with some details. It has a little clip of how nice it looks at 5000 ISO. And it does have built in ND filters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4f0Ik5w3Bs

Francky Noëlma
Francky Noëlma
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

The battle has begun, fs5, fs7mkii, c200, c300mkii, c500, between eva1.

 Donald Van Patten
Donald Van Patten
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

This thing looks almost too small. Not much into Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS), but better than nothing I guess.

 Marc Francis
Marc Francis
MemberJune 4th, 2017

Any helps!

Ramanuj Deka
Ramanuj Deka
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

5.7K sensor

Palmer Woodrow
Palmer Woodrow
MemberJune 5th, 2017

What about it?

Cliff Totten
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

I love Panasonic’s internal marketing thinking today. They throwing old crippling tactics completely out the window! Even the GH5 has given a ridiculusly extensive feature set. Panasonic today seems to have NO WORRY about canabolizing its own fleet. They are simply loading up each and every model with a massive feature set!

I REALLY have to applaud and commend Panasonic for being so incredably bold and brave on these kinds of moves.

Looks like Panny is beginning to really steal me away from Sony now. Bravo Panny!!

Clayton Moore
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

Agreed! If you draw a line from the GH5 all the way to the full blown VariCam you can see they have gotten pretty aggressive.

DaeHyeok Im
DaeHyeok Im
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Why did Panasonic use ef mount instead of mtf?

Peter Danks
Peter Danks
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I’m guessing so it covers the super35 sensor? Plus there are so many more great lenses available for EF. I think it was a good call by Panasonic

DaeHyeok Im
DaeHyeok Im
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Peter Danks If Panasonic had used the mtf mount for this camera, users would have been able to use more lenses. Like the GH series, which can take advantage of numerous lenses with a mount conversion adapter. That’s too bad.

DaeHyeok Im
DaeHyeok Im
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ah! Does the mtf lens not cover the image circle of the super 35 sensor?

Keaton Nye
Keaton Nye
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

MFT doesn’t cover s35

 Ari Kirschenbaum
Ari Kirschenbaum
MemberJune 3rd, 2017
Clayton Moore
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

That JVC a is highly “underrated” camera actually.

Peter Danks
Peter Danks
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

DaeHyeok Im no it doesn’t unfortunately. Also the s35 sensor will allow for much better lowlight performance

DaeHyeok Im
DaeHyeok Im
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Peter Danks :)

 Ari Kirschenbaum
Ari Kirschenbaum
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

MFT mount can cover s35. E-Mount is similar. Personally I think it would have been better to use a MFT mount because you can use speedbooster focal reducer, which I think are one of the best things to come out of the MFT/Emount

Palmer Woodrow
Palmer Woodrow
MemberJune 5th, 2017

That’s not a comment. Did you have something to add?

 paolo baroni
paolo baroni
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

On paper a must buy….panasonic color science has been averagely the best in my opinion in ENG-docu cameras…..if it’s gonna have dual iso as the big sister is gonna be killer…..5000iso for 240fps = slowmo in the night
waitin for footage Johnnie Behiri :)

Jean-Philippe Pemeant
Jean-Philippe Pemeant
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Antoine Ciceron ça y est :)

Antoine Ciceron
Antoine Ciceron
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ok, elle explose tout le monde. Le prix est justifié

Antoine Ciceron
Antoine Ciceron
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Par contre, je suis étonné que finalement personne n’est attaqué la FS5. La C200 et celle ci sont des adversaires de la FS7, autant en terme de prix que de fonctionnalités

Antoine Ciceron
Antoine Ciceron
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

D’ailleurs Sony annoncera aujourd’hui la remplaçante de la F5

Jean-Philippe Pemeant
Jean-Philippe Pemeant
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Je suis assez d’accord avec toi, par contre la FS7 Mark II se retrouve d’un coup assez mal placée maintenant en terme de tarif face à la C200 et à cette Panasonic.

Jean-Philippe Pemeant
Jean-Philippe Pemeant
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Par contre pour la FS5 ça fait un cycle un peu court non ?

Antoine Ciceron
Antoine Ciceron
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Non non c’est la F5 qui est remplacée aujourd’hui, pas la FS5

Jean-Philippe Pemeant
Jean-Philippe Pemeant
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Aie aïe aïe trop hâte de voir ça

Jean-Philippe Pemeant
Jean-Philippe Pemeant
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

C’est vraiment des gourous Sony :)

Martin Doyle
Martin Doyle
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

This is nice!

Erasmo Parra
Erasmo Parra
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Sacha Giel nieuwe investment!

Sacha Giel
Sacha Giel
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Hoeveel!? $

Erasmo Parra
Erasmo Parra
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Sacha Giel is nog niet bekend gemaakt

Yassine Anthonisen Lazib
Yassine Anthonisen Lazib
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

They are all sony copies

Richard Dimery
Richard Dimery
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Great looking camera… terrible name

Terry Anderson
Terry Anderson
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Mate… every home should have one eh !

Ray Bahas
Ray Bahas
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

“Modestly-priced” ? Hum, I have my doubt. This first itiration seems unfinished and needs a lot of extra “accessories” and upgrades to make it actually work as presented. My estimation would situate investment to approx. US 20K at the end, no prime lens involved.

Tobias Bloier
Tobias Bloier
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ja auch grade gesehen, sieht aus wie ne fs7 :D

Philipp Höbel
Philipp Höbel
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Wollts gerade schreiben! Aber die specs sind ziemlich Sweet

Philipp Höbel
Philipp Höbel
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Außer der EF Mount

Tobias Bloier
Tobias Bloier
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ja der codec ist ziemlich geil.. Aber schaffen unsere FS Cams auch
Ja und ef mount ist gay

Danie Janse van Rensburg
Danie Janse van Rensburg
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Looks like I know if seen this camera, o wait thats right, it’s the Sony fs5 and c300 merged!

Daniel Valkenburgh
Daniel Valkenburgh
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Ivo Keulen Pim Prins dit zou leven zijn

Pim Prins
Pim Prins
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Heb m gelijk besteld.

Rob W. Scribner
Rob W. Scribner
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Looks like they completely ripped off the FS5

Sean Conroy Mehen
Sean Conroy Mehen
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Yep

Scott Robertson
Scott Robertson
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Todd Steven Connor this actually looks really interesting. Super 35, ef mount, 4K 60p, 240fps at 1080 and 10 bit

Connor McFadden
Connor McFadden
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I feel like everyone announced a new camcorder this week! Canon C200, Sony is making a full frame Cinealta

Connor McFadden
Connor McFadden
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

And this… mother of God. http://dxl.panavision.com/

Scott Robertson
Scott Robertson
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I know it’s getting crazy and that thing is a monster

Steven Ceballos
Steven Ceballos
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Yep ive read up on this, panasonic stepping up. They’re going to release a firmware update to allow 4k raw output.

Connor McFadden
Connor McFadden
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I thought Todd was crazy for getting the shogun instead of the ninja and now all these cameras output 4k raw & I just look like an idiot

Scott Robertson
Scott Robertson
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Connor McFadden I’m right there with you

Todd Mount
Todd Mount
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I wanted inferno…but that hadn’t come out yet. We will never be able to stay ahead of this!!

Keith Burton
Keith Burton
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

If they want this thing to be a hit, they’d price it at $4.5k. Otherwise… nah

Manou Krp
Manou Krp
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

How about 50$ would that be ok with you?

Keith Burton
Keith Burton
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Manou Krp Somehow I feel like there’s a very large difference between those prices. Almost as if it wasn’t serious

Manou Krp
Manou Krp
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Same way I cannot expect you to be serious to ask for all these specs at 4.5k

Milton Durango
Milton Durango
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Carlos F Garcia David Lopez Serna Donald Valdez

David Lopez Serna
David Lopez Serna
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Update the wish list we gave to the boss.

Oscar Goldman
MemberJune 5th, 2017

That’s a list of random names, not a comment.

This is a COMMENT forum. The instruction above the edit box says LEAVE A COMMENT.

What’s confusing about that?

Justin McAleece
Justin McAleece
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Those buttons are gonna mash up against my face when I operate. Seems stupid to me.

Johann Hütter
Johann Hütter
MemberJune 7th, 2017

the lcd can be relocated, just put it further back when using a loupe.

Clayton Moore
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

Thanks for brining this one in Johnnie. So much has changed since the 5DMKII and the RED I.
Panasonic finally got into the market big time with new LSS Varicam line and the GH4/GH5. They smartly filled the abandoned EOS Hybrid gap and now it looks like they are going after the SONY LSS market and the Canon C. Id expect them to continue to be aggressive in the market now. Competition is always good ALWAYS! Your job is really starting to get fun.

Cliff Totten
MemberJune 3rd, 2017

Im very curious about this cameras ability to autofocus with Canon lenses. I doubt Canon will assist them in any way on lens communication. Will Panasonic need to hack this problem out all on their own?

Also, why didnt they choose MFT mount with a S35 sensor? This would have allowed the use of Canon glass and mucg more with adapters. JVC does this very well.

I cant think of any reason why a “Canon glass-only” with a deep set (flange back distance) sensor mount approach gives any advantages.

Odd….

 Funky Punky Monkey Junk
Funky Punky Monkey Junk
MemberJuly 3rd, 2017

How would a 4/3 mount cover a Super-35-sized chip?

Micah Pendleton
Micah Pendleton
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

I’ve seen this baby!!! Beautifull! I wonder how much of a bang for the buck it is compared to the Sony FS5

Matthias Smith
Matthias Smith
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Micah Pendleton I just want to be able to afford a decent camera. I’m kinda scared that the production course is going to put me in deeper debt.

Hanna Marco
Hanna Marco
GuestJune 3rd, 2017

Kopie vom sony fs5

Vladimir Talijan
Vladimir Talijan
GuestJune 4th, 2017

That Sigma means they really don’t care about the colors, typical Panasonic :)

Micah Pendleton
Micah Pendleton
GuestJune 4th, 2017

Not to scare you, but you should probably plan on it

 Christian Denslow
Christian Denslow
MemberJune 4th, 2017

This is definitely better compared to a Sony. And what external recorder can capture 5.7K? I still think Canon bringing internal compressed raw in to this range was a bolder move. However, a good broadcast codec is essential also, and the dual ISO sounds sick!

 Jürgen Gutowski
Jürgen Gutowski
MemberJune 4th, 2017

Scheint die Cam zu sein, auf die ich seit Jahren sehnsüchtig warte! Was ich nicht verstehe: viel Wirbel um EVF oder ISO, aber kein Wort über AF. Nirgends! Die EVA würde alle Klassenkameraden von Canon, Sony etc. deklassieren, wenn sie einen C200- oder C300II-ähnlichen AF hätte. Ich würde die EVA sofort kaufen oder vorbestellen, wenn dies bestätigt würde, denn für meine Arbeit als Solo-Reporter und Live-Broadcaster ist AF genauso essentiell wie 10Bit422 usw.!
Die Hoffnung stirbt zuletzt :-)
Hope dies last !

 Kayode O
Kayode O
MemberJune 4th, 2017

Hi All… Consider all these new cameras – C200, EVA1, Ursa Mini Pro, is the C100 still relevant? Given you can get the a new Ursa Mini 4K for less than the price of a used C100.

 Sirano Simons
Sirano Simons
MemberJune 6th, 2017

I will strongly consider buying this camera if the image quality can match up to the ursa mini pro.

Dual native iso is so useful for me.
EIS is also a useful plus.

 Terry Thomas
Terry Thomas
MemberJune 9th, 2017

As usual, Yadda, Yadda, Yadda,…. Ahnd folks when we actually get around to BUILDING some of these… you just trust us! We will provide GREAT specs…

Until then, make sure you don’t buy a real life actual camera, which you can BUY, just keep wishing…

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