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Dusty Powers
AJ-HPM110
on Apr 9, 2008 at 10:03:06 pm

Looking for thoughts from Varicam and HDX-900 users about incorporating Pansonic's AJ-HPM110 into your production package.

It looks like a very useful tool for cross conversions and frame rate conversions. Just looking for thoughts.

Dusty Powers
HDCREW.NET

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DWVP Miami
Re: AJ-HPM110
on Apr 10, 2008 at 12:33:51 pm

Dusty
Came across this article while poking around in Panasonic's HD page. http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prModelDetail?storeId=1...

Might provide some interesting reading.

best

dw

Dale West
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Chris Bell
Re: AJ-HPM110
on Apr 10, 2008 at 3:01:28 pm

Cool idea... but a bit of a boat anchor. It would be cool if Panasonic developed a P2 card recorder that could mount on the back of the Varicam. Or perhaps a hard drive recorder like the firestore.

Chris Bell



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Dusty Powers
Re: AJ-HPM110
on Apr 10, 2008 at 5:42:18 pm

Dale:

I believe somewhere I read a bit about this link you sent. I'm actually starting to think it's a great idea for commercials and interviews. Anything where it's not a pain to tie down the camera. Also the FRC ability of the unit is nice to have on set. Load it right into the computer. The client walks away with the tape as well.

I would have to agree that a camera mounted P2 unit would be handy, but it might be somewhat limited in it's functions.

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Ernie Santella
Re: AJ-HPM110
on Apr 14, 2008 at 3:13:43 am

I too would like a portable P2 recorder that is small and easy to mount on the camera. But, connections are still the biggest issue. The firewire jack bites. That's what's keeping me from buying a Firestore. Now, if they could make it work off HD-SDI with BNC jacks, that's much more dependable.



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