So John is Panasonic’s product manager for professional video systems. How is the introduction of the HE130, the
streaming upgrade of the HE40, how have they expanded our possibilities for remote production and for control? Well, I think in the past when you were doing remote production, one of the biggest problems or the biggest challenges was bringing the content back home. If you wanted to bring the content back home, you would need separate encoders, power supplies, various other kinds of equipment, audio embedders, and so on. What we’ve done is taken all those equipment and put them inside the camera. So basically all you need onsite is the HE130 for example, so really you’re looking at a single cable solution for any sort of remote production. Alright. So we’re in the control room, and
I’m also talking with Delix Alex. Delix is Panasonic’s professional video product engineer. Our PX270 and our 5000 are our new P2 cameras. They both have wireless streaming as well as our HE130 and 40. All of these cameras can stream H.264 over IP. In the case of the 270 and 5000, you can do that over Wi-Fi or you can do that over 4G LTE, which is now very powerful in user applications because you can be out in the field and stream back to the station. A lot of times, these guys have to wire the
buildings. They have to get SDI there. They have to get power there. Now with the HE40 and 130, with a single cat 5 cable, you can have video, control, and power. Here at NAB 2015 discover all of these great options for yourself. Thanks Delix. Thanks to John Rhodes as well, and thanks to all of you for stopping by with us. We appreciate it.