Five Panasonic HPX-600s with Telecast Fiber System Chains- USED


Five Panasonic HPX-600s with Telecast Fiber System Chains (Copperhead, Power Wafer, Base Station, and RCP) Includes:

  • 5 Panasonic AG-HPX600P HD Shoulder-mount Camcorder with viewfinder
  • 5 Panasonic SHAN-TM700 Tripod cam adaptor
  • 5 Telecast CHG3-CAM-3200 CopperHead G3200 camera unit, 2 SM fibers, SMPTE 304 Swivel, “V” mount both sides fibers, SMPTE 304 Swivel, Sony V Mount both sides
  • 5 Telecast CHG3-BS-3200 CopperHead G3200 Base Station, dry fiber only, two ST connectors. Reqs 12VDC ps. (ADAPAC‐04). RTS Intercom interface.
  • 5 Telecast CHG3-PW-95V CopperHead G3 PowerWafer camera power adapter: V mount. Works with CopperHead G3 and Infinity Camera Units and Base Stations
  • 5 Telecast CH3-MPS-95VD Copperhead G3 Throwdown supply. 2 STs to base, SMPTE 304M to cam. Requires PowerWafer.
  • 5 Telecast CHRCP-2050 Universal Camera Remote Control Panel w/SD memory slot

Lens in photo is not included.


Five Panasonic HPX-600s with Telecast Fiber System Chains

The Panasonic AG-HPX600 Shoulder-mount Camcorder features a 2/3″ MOS Sensor and records Full HD 1080p video in AVC-Intra 10-bit with 4:2:2 chroma sampling. Other available video formats include DVCPRO HD, DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, DV and optional compatibility with the newly developed AVC-ULTRA. The MOS sensor attains high F12 sensitivity (at 60 Hz) and a signal-to-noise ratio of 59 dB. Weighing in at 6.6 lb, the HPX600 is among the lightest 2/3-type shoulder mount camcorders. The HPX600 utilizes Panasonic’s P2 memory card system.

AVC-Intra 10-bit 4:2:2 Recording

The HPX600 employs the AVC-Intra codec in both 50 and 100Mps versions. Class 100 enables 10-bit 4:2:2 chroma sampling, and Class 50 does 10-bit 4:2:0.

Optional Compatibility with AVC-ULTRA

An optional upgrade provides HPX600 compatibility with the new AVC-ULTRA family of codecs.

Chromatic Aberration Compensation

Chromatic aberration is a type of distortion which results from a lens’s limited ability to focus all colors to the same convergence point. When used with compatible lenses, the HPX600’s Chromatic Aberration Compensation technology can automatically correct these types of optical flaws.

Flash Band Compensation

The HPX600 features Flash Band Compensation, which minimizes light band interference that can occur when shooting in an environment where flash photography is taking place.

Dynamic Range Stretch

DRS recognizes the average brightness of highlight and shadow areas and then automatically provides a wider dynamic range with minimal blown highlights and blocked shadows.

Focus Assist Functions

The Expand function and the Focus Bar are available to camera operators to aid them in finding and maintaining accurate focus.

A Range of “Future Proof” Options

In addition to upgrades for compatibility with AVC-Ultra and microP2, Panasonic will make several “future proof” upgrades available to the HPX600 (sold separately). An optional video encoder board will facilitate high res proxy video, and a wireless module will enable use of a wireless or wired (Ethernet) LAN. While viewing the streamed files, metadata can be added to the P2 files. In addition, with the optional AG-SFU602G Production Package Upgrade Software Key, the 24PsF format can be output from SDI OUT for production workflows or uncompressed data recording.