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We feel for documentary filming we need excellent support for audio, zoom-lenses and auto-focus all in a compact form factor. Often we dont have the time to change lenses while shooting so a good zoom is essential. Recording audio in-camera reduces crew size, keeps costs affordable and editing faster with no time lost for syncing. The Panasonic 4K Professional Camcorder HC-X1E is thus an excellent choice. LEICA DICOMAR 4K Lens 24mm Wide-Angle / 20x optical zoom 1.0-type (inch) 4K Sensor 4K24p, UHD 60p/50p, FHD 60p/50p recording Professional Functions Triple manual rings / XLR audio input
Slowly as S35 Sized Sensors become the norm, almost every major manufacturer has an option. Here, trying to put them together. JVC LS300 : Compact, convenient, and ultra high definition! The GY-LS300 is equipped with a 4K Super 35 CMOS sensor and accommodates a wide range of cinema and photographic lenses and adapters for dazzling cinematic effects. Create hours of pristine recordings on SDHC/SDXC media in a variety of image formats including 4K Ultra HD, Full HD with 4:2:2 sampling, SD and web friendly proxy formats. Conventional DSLR cameras simply can't match the high reliability, long recording time and ergonomics provided by JVC's GY-LS300. Its dual codec design allows you to make 2 copies of your program simultaneously. You can even stream live HD over the internet to content delivery networks such as USTREAM while recording full HD. No other removable lens video camera offers this much flexibility in such a compact, easy-to-handle form factor. Cinema 4K and Cinema 2K Recording for the ultimate cinema look (Version 2.0 available September 2015) Record images in Cinema 4K (4096 x 2160) at 150 or 70 Mbps, or Cinema 2K (2048 x 1920) at 50 Mbps. Both modes support recording in 23.98p or true 24p to match the frame rate of film. 4:2:2 Full HD recording at 50Mbps The GY-LS300 records 4:2:2 HD signals up to 60p at 50Mbps making it an ideal camera for general HD production work. 50Mbps files are stored in the Quicktime (.MOV) format for easy editing. Conventional AVCHD (4:2:0) recording is also possible, providing wide editing compatibility in an array of standard HD and SD formats.