Panasonic AG-DVX200 | 4K 4/3 type Fixed lens Camcorder
Panasonic AG-DVX200 | 4K 4/3 type Fixed lens Camcorder
We’re very excited about this camera! A few DVX200 highlights:
- Weight: 2.7kg — it’s nearly 2kg lighter than a Sony FS7 with the kit F4 28-135 lens
- Storage: 2x 32GB Panasonic SDXC UH3 cards to shoot 45 minutes to 1 hour in UHD 50p at 150Mb/s — far cheaper than other media
- V-Log Lite easily copes with skin tones in full sun, delivers great shadow and reveals excellent detail in blacks.
- The OLED viewfinder is great to use — 2360000 dots in total with 1.77 million used for the video area. The flip out touchscreen is huge, bright and full HD.
- Slow Motion: the DVX can shoot variable framerate at up to 120fps in HD mode. It looks fantastic. Even the 100fps at 25p looks seriously slow.
- Macro Mode: the 13x zoom lens has a Macro Mode which goes down to 10cm
RedShark: Exclusive First Look: The 4K Panasonic DVX200
- Newly developed F2.8 LEICA DICOMAR 4K lens
- 13x zoom, 4K (4096 x 2160) 24p: 29.5 mm — 384.9 mm
- FHD: 28mm — 365.3 mm (35 mm film equivalent)
- 5 axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer
- Inteligent Auto Focus system
- ND filters (1/4, 1/16, 1/64)
- Beautiful Bokeh effects from a 4/3-type, large-format sensor
- 12 stops of imager latitude faithfully recorded by new V-Log L gamma curve
- 60p images (MP4/MOV) with 4K (UHD: 3840 x 2160) resolution are recorded onto SD cards (Use SDXC/SDHC Memory Card compatible with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) when using high bitrate video recording mode of 100 Mbps or greater)
- Variable Frame Rate with a maximum of 120 fps (in FHD resolution)
- Simultaneous, backup, and relay recording using two card slots
Following in the footsteps of the breakthrough AG-DVX100, the new AG-DVX200 debuts as the world’s first*1 4/3-type large format, 4K/60p (Use SDXC/SDHC Memory Card compatible with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) when using high bitrate video recording mode of 100 Mbps or greater) camcorder to feature an integrated zoom lens.
The DVX200 captures stunning imagery by virtue of LEICA DICOMAR 4K 13x zoom lens combined with an advanced large format 4K imager and the blending of aesthetics like shallow focus, attractive Bokeh, and an amazing 12 stop dynamic range made possible by the VariCam style V-Log L processing.
Newly designed lens-integrated body provides excellent mobility and extra flexibility is supported by the compartment with hatch-type cover which protects the battery and terminals from dust and impacts.
The crimson red coloring and stylish carbon-black textured body represents philosophy and advanced features of the new AG-DVX200 which produce emotional and highly detailed 4K images.
11800mAh 7.28V Battery for AG-DVX200 & AJ-PX270
8850mAh 7.28V Battery for AG-DVX200 & AJ-PX270
Dual band, compact wireless module
Bags and Cases
Rolling Camera Bag with Integrated Backpack System
Backpack with Large External Pockets
Classic Trolley Video Bag for Medium-sized Video Cameras
Batteries and Power Supplies
98wh 7.4v, 13200mah HDV Battery w/ 4 LED Gauge with 12v PowerTap for Select Panasonic Camcorders
Dual Battery Charger forh the AG-VBR battery series
5900mAh 7.28V Battery for AG-DVX200, AJ-PX270 and AG-CX10
Camcorders and Camera Heads
Dual band, compact wireless module
64GB MicroP2 Memory Card
7inch HDR Pro/Cinema Monitor-Recorder-Switcher
New launches at ISE 2020
Here’s an overview of our vendors exhibiting at ISE 2020. Please call us on +44 (0)1457 851000 if you would like to book a stand tour with one of our manufacturers. BLACKMAGIC DESIGN HALL 3, STAND C140 The Video Assist 12G 5” and 7” monitor recorders are now shipping. The original HD versions were incredibly popular with AV technicians who wanted to verify SDI and HDMI feeds and check waveform levels. For production teams, their 4K HDR capture makes them a superb on-camera SD card recorder. The ATEM Mini is a very small, cost-effective 4 channel HDMI video switcher with streaming output. Great as a portable mixer or a signal switcher, it’s being adopted by everyone from conference producers to AV technicians looking for simple HDMI switching.
Upgraded learning at Sheffield Hallam
Sheffield Hallam University has invested in 30 Panasonic AG-DVX200 camcorders to integrate applied learning opportunities for students in its film and media courses. The investment in 30 x AG-DVX200 fixed lens 4K Camcorders has allowed the South Yorkshire University to develop its students learning by upgrading its resources for Film and Media Production students, as well as being available to a variety of other courses. Working with Panasonic’s UK and ROI distributor Holdan, the university went through an evaluation stage, where it was supplied with a camera for a testing process.
Panasonic AG-DVX200 4K Handheld Camcorder, 4/3 Imager, 60p Capable, Fixed 13x Leica Dicomar Lens, 5-Axis Stabilization, 12 Stops Latitude
Pros: — easy operation — tons of remappable user buttons — nice imaging — solid-but-light build quality — takes SD cards Cons: — color is a little wonky under certain lights, especially if you’re used to Canon color science — variable aperture lens — outputs limited to SDI or HDMI, not both
Great Professional Camera not for amateurs. Great Picture and amazing features.
AG-DVx200 4K Large-sensor, 4/3″ Handheld Camcorder
Thirteen years after the groundbreaking AG-DVX100 was introduced and brought cinematic 24p frame rates to the world of video, the Panasonic AG-DVX2000 is said to be the first 4/3 format sensor 4K/60p camcorder to feature a built-in zoom lens. The camera is fronted by a Leica Dicomar 13x zoom lens (with a 35mm equivalent 28-365mm range), which is matched for optimal performance with the 4K imager. The camera boasts a 12-stop dynamic range, and the ability to capture shallow focus and good Bokeh via the f/2.8 minimum aperture. With its attention-grabbing crimson-red body, the camera is designed for both studio and portable production and ENG. Its extensive range of features include a variable frame rate from 24p at full resolution to slow-motion capture at a lower resolution at up to 120fps. The camera is capable of capturing infrared as well as standard images, although an IR illuminator will be a separate purchase.
- 4/3 large-format 4K sensor records 4096×2160 images
- 4k frame rate: 24p but up to 60p
- Zoom range 28-365mm (35mm equivalent)
- 12 stops of latitude via V-Log L gamma curve
- Up to 120fps
- IR shooting capability
- 5-axis hybrid image stabilizer
- Intelligent/custom AF
- Manual focus assist
- 1/4, 1/16, 1/64 ND filters
- Zoom, focus and Iris controlled by 3 separate rings
- OLED viewfinder, approx. 1.77 million dot resolution
- Supports camera remote
- Supports 4K, FHD, SD recording onto SD cards
Panasonic DVX200 4K Camcorder
The DVx200 will offer many top-end features including 4K/60p recording, a 13x optical zoom and a V-Log L gamma curve (12 stops of latitude, target). It delivers a shallow depth of field and a wide field of view. The DVx200 will be optimized for 4K/HD production and shares the esteemed VariCam family characteristics of filmic tonality and colorimetry, with natural, subtle rendering of skin flesh tones and a V-Log curve emulating the natural Gray-scale rendition of the VariCam 35. The camcorder will incorporate a newly-developed 4/3″ large-format MOS sensor and offer variable frame rate recording up to 120fps in FHD mode, enhancing the DVx200’s utility in sports and VFX production.
The camcorder records directly onto SD memory cards in 4K, FHD and SD format in MP4, MOV an dAVCHD, and is capable of simultaneous backup, relay, or dual codec recording onto two separate cards. The camera is compatible with SDHC and SDXC memory cards up to 128GB. The camera’s outputs include 36-SDI, HMI, Composite and USB, and XLR, Camera Remote and USB inputs are also available. Mini and super mini jacks are available to control zoom, S/S, focus and Iris. Shutter speeds range from 1/25-1/8000 sec, depending on resolution and frame rate, with slow shutter speeds to 1/2 second possible. The built-in lens can accommodate 72mm filters. It supports external stereo microphones via a stereo mini jack. A speaker jack is also available.
The new handheld 4K camcorder will offer an array of professional features including a newly-designed Leica Dicomar 4K F2.8-F4.5 zoom lens (4K/24p: 29.5 mm — 384.9 mm, HD: 28 mm — 365.3mm, 35 mm equivalent), time-code in/out, 3G HD-SDI and HDMI 2.0 (4K) video outs, easy focus and zooming and programmable user buttons. The DVx200 will record 4K (4096 x 2160) / 24p, UHD (3840 x 2160) / HD (1920 x 1080) 60p / 50p / 30p / 25p / 24p in either MP4 / MOV file formats. There are two SD card slots, facilitating backup and relay recording. For professionals working worldwide, the camera’s master frame rate is selectable between 59.94Hz (23.98Hz) / 50.00Hz / 24.00Hz.
DVx200’s three manual operation lens rings
The DVx200’s three manual operation lens rings-13x zoom (Cam driven), focus and iris-will provide a comfortable manual control similar to an interchangeable lens camera, but without the need for actual lens changes. The zoom ring’s solid feel and smooth action allow delicate ultra-slow zooming. In addition, the camera’s multi-step zoom control provides fast response and smooth zoom action, yielding the creative freedom every camera operator desires. The zoom control on the handle enables variable speed zoom, allowing fine zoom control even for low angle shots. The DVx200 also features an enhanced Image Stabilizer, including a five-axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer and 4x correction-area Image Stabilizer.
Leica Dicomar 4K zoom lens with F2.8 aperture
The new Leica Dicomar 4K zoom lens with F2.8 aperture is an optimal choice for 4K video, with the ability to produce elegant imagery and subtle bokeh». It has superb center-of-gravity balance and keeps ghosting and flare to a minimum. Since the DVx200 is an integrated-lens camcorder, there is no need to perform the flange back adjustments or shading corrections when changing lenses. Even with a large diameter lens, the DVx200’s weight and balance have been optimized to facilitate agile, mobile 4K acquisition. , the camcorder will be ideal for such flexible shooting applications as mounting on today’s popular stabilized camera rigs.
72mm Front element lens / filter diameter
The AG-DVx200 utilizes a front element lens / filter diameter of 72mm, a very common size. It is expected that many third party lens accessory manufacturers will announce items such as close-up lenses and other desired options.
The AG-DVx200 will feature next-generation ergonomics, with the battery positioned in the rear so as not to interfere during handheld shooting. The DVx200 comes with a rugged woven carbon, fiber-like finish and the recording section is distinctively styled with crimson shading.
Open New Paths to Video Production with 4K Quality and Mobility with the Panasonic AG-DVX200 4K Handheld Camcorder.
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Panasonic AG-DVX200 Fixed-lens Camera Review
When form and function meet up, you know you really have a winner. The Panasonic AG-DVX200 has stunning looks, and we’ve set off to find out if it’s as pretty on the inside as it is on the outside.
The story goes like this: Up to now, fixed-lens camcorders have been falling behind in the ever increasing and competitive camera market, but now, with the DVX200, Panasonic put out their first ever camcorder with a 4/3 image sensor. For context, that’s about double the size of a 2/3-inch image sensor typically found in camcorders within the same category. Because of its larger sensor, we’d love to say that the DVX200 is a DSLR/MILC killer, but it’s not. However, that doesn’t mean that it lacks in image quality, resolution or form factor. Panasonic has stepped up their game with this one. Run-and-gun shooters now have a camera that can give them the form factor they require, but also offers some pretty impressive shallow depth of field for a fixed-lens camera.
Look and Feel
We got our first glimpse of this absolutely beautiful camera at NAB 2015. With its carbon fiber texture and flashy red paint job, it sure is a looker. We couldn’t help but notice its resemblance to the camera Marty McFly uses in “Back to the Future” — a JVC, by the way. Its stunning good looks can’t be missed. If a flashy-looking camera is your game, then this camera is for you.
Other than its striking appearance, you’ll first notice that it’s got a nice weight to it. That’s not to say that it’s heavy, but it’s robustly built with a smart layout. Coming in at just over 6lbs, it’s not going to require any significant support or muscles to operate. If you’re already a Panasonic user, the muscle memory you already have will be in great use with the DVX200 as it’s laid out in a very similar way. Side view of Panasonic AG-DVX200
A nice feature of this camera is the covers for the side and rear terminals. When the covers are down, they feel almost nonexistent, but they’re stout enough to not have to worry that they’ll break off. This is key for the life of the camera. The covers need to be there to keep out dust and dirt from the connection points, but many times manufactures short change the quality of their covers. They either don’t last long, they get in the way or both. That’s not the case with the DVX200. The build quality of this camera is very good. It’s robust enough that it’s up to taking heavy use and abuse. We expect there will be a long life in store for the DVX200.
Under the Hood
We hoped that there would be professional output options, and there are! Panasonic provides both HDMI and 3G-SDI outputs. There are also 2 XLR inputs with easy and usable audio gain controls. The gain controls and input assignment switches are behind a cover, which feels solid and has a nice window allowing you to see the options without needing to open the door. You can also assign any input to either channel one, channel two or both. This is helpful when you need two different gain levels of the same input. Doing this will allow for a channel at have 2 inputs, one with a healthy level and one at an input level, just in case the sound source is too dynamic and has the possibility of clipping the signal. Pro input/output options
All recording is done on SD cards — a huge improvement over past cameras that recorded on specialized media like P2 cards that are far more expensive, not to mention proprietary to Panasonic cameras. It’s recommended that you have a class 10 UHS speed class 3 compatible SD card for proper capture to the card. Remember, if you try to record on a card that can’t keep up with the data record rate, you’ll be left with footage you can’t use because it’s jittery or worse — it failed to write. Do yourself a favor whenever buying a new camera: Leave some budget for some new media. This will ensure proper capture but also improve your capture capacity.
Another notable feature is its dual card slot. This will allow for longer record times or, if desired, you can dual record a 4K clip on one card and an HD clip on to the other, giving you instant proxies.
A welcome bonus is that, when recording on an external recorder, the DVX200 will output 10-bit over the 8-bit captured with the camera alone.
The LCD screen hides neatly away when not in use. It’s a large screen and looks great. Our biggest hangup on the LCD is that, when outside in the bright sun, the amount of glare on the screen made it difficult to view what we were capturing. To overcome the glare, you must tilt the screen, but in some situations, this isn’t ideal for the shooter. On the positive side, the screen is touch sensitive, allowing for touch focus. It’s recommended that in high glare situations the shooter should use the EVF, which is a high-resolution OLED and offers great color reproduction.
Shooting handheld with the DVX200 in nearly any situation will result in very stable footage — the image stabilization works wonders.
Lastly, we want to comment on the image stabilization, which is very good on this camera. When zoomed all the way in with the focal length equivalent of 384.9mm, the footage wasn’t at all jittery. Shooting handheld with the DVX200 in nearly any situation will result in very stable footage — the image stabilization works wonders.
Resolution and Image Quality
We were impressed with the image quality; it looked superb. The larger sensor made it much easier to achieve shallow depth of field than most fixed-lens cameras, but it’s still deep enough for on-the-go shooters to not have to worry about trying hard to keep focus when that’s needed. When it comes to low-light capabilities, the amount of noise the DVX200 has is minimal when shooting above -12 db. However our tests showed that when cranked to -20db and -24db, the noise was far more noticeable.
The DVX200 offers many different resolutions all the way up to DCI 4K. When shooting in DCI 4K, UHD 4K and FHD (1920 X 1080), you can shoot in both MOV and MP4 formats. All lower resolution options are shot in AVCHD. The DVX200 has a max bitrate of 200 Mbps in FHD and 100 Mbps in DCI 4K. It offers only 24p in DCI but can do 59.94p in UHD 4K.
The Leica Dicomar 4K lens has a focal length equivalent of 29.5mm to 384.9mm. This should cover just about every focal length you might need. It’s not terribly wide, but it’s not unusable either. It’s quite fast on the wide end, offering an f-stop of 2.8, and on the telephoto side, a maximum aperture of f/4.5.
While shooting, we tested the V-Log picture profile and were quite impressed with the flexibility it offered in post. Panasonic claims 12 stops of dynamic range, and we’d concur. V-log is a great option and depending on your workflow, might be the mode to use as a default if your production allows for any color grading. Better yet, combine it with a field monitor like the Small HD 502 where you can preview in real time with a LUT applied. If your workflow does not already allow for grading, this might be added work that doesn’t benefit your bottom line.
The DVX200 has a few assist options that will take your shots to the next level, boasting both a waveform monitor and vectorscope along with focus peaking. Use these tools correctly and it will make getting the correct exposure and focus easy. Pair those with zebras and the run-and-gun shooter has the tools they need right at their fingertips. We found these were easy to read and a great feature for every shooter. We’d love to see all these options standard on every video camera.
The focus assist is even more important on this camera because of the larger sensor. Because of the high resolution and ability to get some shallow DOF, having perfect focus will be key to a shot that turns out well. As well, when shooting in V-Log, it can be hard to visually know when you are in correct exposure, so use of the assist tools is a necessity.
The last assist we’d like to mention is the eye sensor; it senses when your eye is near the EVF and turns off your LCD screen. This is a great for saving power, however it can be very frustrating if you don’t use the EVF much. We have encountered this on other cameras like the Sony a7R II, and just like with it, the DVX200 disabled either the EVF or LCD. The only downside to this is when you find yourself in a situation when you want to use the viewer that isn’t your primary, you’ll need to go into menu and turn it on. This feature has been dubbed #shotkiller by customer reviews on the Internet. We wouldn’t go that far, because it’s simply and easily turned off, but if you switch between the two viewers and don’t want to deal with the eye sensor, this could be an issue.
The Panasonic AG-DVX200 isn’t for everyone. Like with any tool, it has a specific job it does well, but it won’t be suited for every shooting environment. If you’re a run-and-gun shooter, someone that does documentary shooting on the go or a news shooter, this camera is for you. It has enough shallow depth of field that it feels more cinematic, but not so much that it will be a big problem keeping focus when on the go. To boot, the assist tools will make keeping exposure and focus more manageable. The affordable media, rugged build quality and resolution options makes this camera very flexible for those that need to get it right and get it now.
If you’re a shooter who wants a more cinematic look and has the time to set up and run the shot through a few times, this camera might be too basic for you. Although it gets shallower depth of field than other fixed lens cameras, it really doesn’t hold a candle to a larger sensor camera with interchangeable lenses. As well, if the form factor doesn’t fit your type or style of shooting, then the ergonomics of this camera might not be important to you. We’d recommend a camera with a Super 35 image sensor or larger that shoots 4K and will fit your budget. For the money, the Sony a7S II is great for video-centered shooters and the a7R II for photo-centered shooters. Lastly, if you like the picture quality of the DVX200, but don’t require the form factor, the Panasonic GH4 would work out great for a fraction of the price.
The DVX200 is one fantastic camera. From the start, we loved its look and picture quality. The AG-DVX200 isn’t for everyone, but no camera is. Coming in at around $4,700, it’s a great value and looks tough enough to live a long life. We had a good time shooting with it. It’s form-factor lent itself to easy shooting, and with V-Log, it gets great dynamic range. We were surprised at its low-light capabilities and that shallow depth of field is possible with a camcorder. We can only sum it up with these simple words: The DVX200’s picture is as pretty as the camera itself.
- Large sensor for a camcorder
- Good depth of field range
- Well-designed and ergonomic
- Display is prone to glare
- Eye-sensor system isn’t ideal
Sensor Size: 4/3
Sensor Type: MOS
Video Formats: MOV, MP4, XAVCS
Frame Rates: 2, 15, 30, 40, 55, 58, 60, 62, 65, 75, 90, and 120
Recording Media: SD – An SDXC card with a capacity of 64 GB or more and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) is required to shoot UHD 2160/59.94p/50.00p videos with a bit rate of 150 Mbps or higher.
Display Size and Resolution:
LCD – 4.3 type HD color monitor (Approx. 2760000 dots)
EVF – 0.39 type OLED (organic EL display) (Approx. 2360000 dots, video display area: Approx. 1770000 dots)
Optical Zoom: x2, x5, x10
Lens: F2.8 to F4.5 (12.8mm-167mm) 35mm equivalent: 28mm-365.3mm
Audio In: XLR (2)
Audio Out: 3.5 mm diameter stereo mini jack x 1, Output level: 600 ?, 316 mV
Video Out: HDMI and 3G-SDI
Internal ND: OFF, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64
Shot Assist: Waveform, Vectorscope, Zebra, Focus Assist
Gain: L/M/H selector switch 0 dB to 24 dB
Manual Exposure: Yes
Image Stabilization: Optical and Digital
Chris Monlux is the Multimedia Editor at Videomaker