LUMIX BGH1 Features C4K/4K 60p and 10-bit Video Recording
Panasonic announced the release of the Lumix BGH1, a box-shaped, micro four-thirds camcorder, with a 10.2-megapixel Live MOS Sensor featuring Dual-Native ISO technology and Panasonic’s Venus Engine processor for $1995.
Packed into the Lumix BGH1 is advanced deep learning technology, tethered multi-cam for controlling multiple cameras at-once, live-streaming, and professional I/O 3G-SDI and HDMI Type-A outputs along with Genlock IN and Timecode IN/OUT.
The ideal users for this camera are cinema professionals needing 4K60p video with 10-bit capabilities using the V-Log L cinema profile with 13+ stops of dynamic range, which intercuts easily with the Panasonic AU-EVA1 cinema camera and the Lumix GH series of cameras.
A LUMIX First: Simultaneous SDI/HDMI Output
You can simultaneously monitor SDI output, record HDMI output externally, and control the camera remotely via USB or LAN tethering for professional cinematic quality. Supports extended cable runs and external monitoring. Supports simultaneous C4K/4K 60p 4:2:0 10-bit internal recording and C4K/4K 60p 4:2:2 10-bit HDMI live output external recording.
A LUMIX First: Ethernet / PoE+ Compatible Camera
Simply by connecting the BGH1 via Ethernet cable, your camera will be powered over Ethernet and allow multiple-camera remote control through the LUMIX Tether software.
— LUMIX Cameras (@LumixUSA) October 13, 2020