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Panasonic AG-AF100: Micro Four Thirds camcorder gets pro specs

Panasonic has revealed more details about the Panasonic AG-AF100, the first lens-swapping Micro Four Thirds camcorder

Panasonic has revealed more details about the Panasonic AG-AF100, the first lens-swapping Micro Four Thirds camcorder.

Micro Four Thirds is a lens format developed by Panasonic and Olympus, and has brought us stills cameras including the Panasonic Lumix GF1, Lumix G10 and Olympus Pen E-P2. The AF100 is set to be the first video-focused model in the format. It includes a full-sized Four Thirds sensor and adaptor for any 35mm lens.

The AF100 will shoot 1080p and 720p high-definition video, at frame rates of 59.94, 50, 29.97, 25 or 23.9 frames per second. It includes pro features such as HD-SDI out and an XLR socket for mic input. The dual card slots support high-capacity SDXC cards.

Price and availability are yet to be confirmed.