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The AG-AF100 HD camera features a Four Thirds MOS image sensor, AVCHD video compression, SD memory card recording, exchangeable lenses and XLR audio inputs. This is a very dynamic and high quality HD camera to rent for various types of projects.
The AG-AF100 is a Micro Four Thirds AVCCAM camcorder with built-in ND filters, a waveform/vector-scope, HD-SDI and HDMI, a large 4/3-inch sensor and 35mm-like depth of field for the price of an HDSLR. It also looks and acts like a traditional video camera, with two-channel audio, and lets you capture images featuring wide dynamic range and detailed gradation with minimal blocked shadows or blown highlights in high-contrast scenes.
If you are looking for rental companies that offer HD camera rentals in Los Angeles, you found the right place. If you're looking to rent an HD camera, the AF100 will be the right choice for many types of projects. If your project requires you to use an HD camera and are unsure on which model to choose, give us a call and we'll help you find the right HD camera to rent for your shoot. At Los Angeles Camera Rentals we offer rentals for various types of HD cameras, from the AF100 to the Sony FS100, the Panasonic HPX170, HVX200, Canon XLH1 and even the Scarlet.
This music video was shot with the AF100 at 60 frames per second, 720p, into internal SD cards. The lenses used were a set of Zeiss CP2s and a Tokina 11-16mm. Shot around Los Angeles in January 2011.View More
This short video shot with the Panasonic AF100 was shot in slow motion at 1080p 60p. Lenses used in the project were Canon EOS lenses: 20mm f/2.8 and 50mm f/1.4 with Kipon EOS to m4/3 adapter. Graded with Magic Bullet.View More
For those of you who are trying to decide whether to shoot with a Panasonic AF100 or a Canon 7D, you might find this video of a test footage comparison interesting. We have three shots here: 1) AF100 with a Tokina 28-70mm at f/4, recorded to AVCHD and transcoded to ProRes 422. 2) Canon 7D with a Canon 16-...
It's not the point of this blog to put one camera against the other and come up with a winner. Each camera has its qualities and shortcomings but the question is: what if we are shooting a project and decide to use both the Canon 5D and the Panasonic AF100? Why would you want to use both and how would their footage mix?&nb...
The Panasonic AF100 records in AVCHD format.
The Panasonic AF100 has a sensor that is slightly smaller than APS-C sized sensors such as the 7D. The exact size is 17.8 x 10mm.
If you attach a non native lens to the Panasonic AF100 you need to make sure that the "lens check" is turned off. Go to the menu of the camera, the last category is "other functions". There, turn off "lens check".
You may want to use a "flat" look with your Panasonic AF100 if you want to get the most out of post production color grading. Here's a Flat Cinematic look used by Marvel Films. It brings the color saturation down and gives a greysh look so make sure you don't use it with greenscreen:
Operation Type - Film Cam
Rec Format - 1080/24p
Syncro Scan - 180.0d
Detail Level - -6
Ver Detail Level - -6
Detail Coring - -4
Chroma Level - -4
Chroma Phase - 0
Master Ped - -2
Gamma - Cine Like D
Matrix - Norm 2
Yes, the camera has two professional XLR audio inputs, line/mic selectable with panthom power, manual level control and the ability to disable all audio gain
The camera uses SD cards, to be more specific, it is compatible with SDHC and SDXC media