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Panasonic HD Camcorder HC-PV100


• 1/3. 1-inch BSI Sensor • Built in LED Video Light • Dual SD Card Sort • 5- Axis Hybrid O.I.S +

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The Panasonic HC-PV100, a Full-HD camcorder, comfortably assists professional camera work with 3 manual rings, XLR mic/line inputs, and a 20x zoom lens. A bright LED video light also supports shooting in dim light – Built-in LED Video Light; – Dual SD Card Slot for relay and simultaneous recording; – Optical 20x Zoom; – 5-Axis HYBRID O.I.S+ for clear, blurless results; – 3 Manual Rings; – Illuminating LED Ring to easily verify that recording is in progress; – 2-Channel XLR Audio Input Terminals; – 3-inch Slide-Retractable LCD with Touch Operation; – Tiltable Viewfinder with Eyecup; – Magnesium Handle; – 2 filters included.



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