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Panasonic’s EVA1 is a 5.7K Super 35mm-sized sensor camera with an EF lens mount. Built to be compact (with removable hand grip and numerous mounting points) and lightweight (weighing only 2.6 lbs), the EVA1 records 4K 60p and features 14 stops of dynamic range.
Super 35mm 5.7K Sensor
Dual Native ISO 800/2500
EF Lens Mount
Records 4K up to 60 fps
Records 2K up to 240 fps
10-Bit, 4:2:2 Processing
Records to SD Cards
V-Log and V-Gamut Capture
SDI and HDMI Video Output
Included items with the AU-EVA1PJ:
- EVA1 camera body
- Removable top handle
- Removable & adjustable side handgrip
- Removable & adjustable LCD monitor with sunshade
- 5900mAh Battery (AG-VBR59P)
- Dual Battery charger (AG-BRD50P)
- Removable microphone mount
Super 35mm 5.7K Sensor. The Sensor on the AU-EVA1 is Super 35 sized at 24.60mm x 12.97mm. That gives it a 5.7K resolution with more than 17.25 million photosites. Though 5.7K isn’t a standard resolution, the EVA1 produces a better image with increased color information when down-sampling to 4K, UHD, 2K, or 720p.
Dual Native ISO 800/2500. Like Panasonic’s other VariCam cameras, the EVA1 uses a Dual Native ISO of 800 and 2,500. This process allows the sensor to be read in such a way that extracts more information and allows the camera to switch to a high sensitivity from a standard one with almost no increase in noise or other artifacts. One benefit that this feature has for productions is it allows them to use less light on set.
EF Lens Mount. The Panasonic EVA1 sports a native EF-mount giving it access to an abundant library of existing lenses — including cinema-style prime and zoom lenses that really show off the camera’s Super 35mm sensor. It has full iris control, one-push auto-focus, and lens data.
Records to SD Cards. This camera comes with two SD card slots that allow you to record either simultaneously or in relay. It can record in several formats including 4K in 10-bit 4:2:2.
EVA1 Inputs / Outputs. The EVA1 offers dual balanced XLR audio inputs with Dolby Audio encoding. The HDMI and SDI video outputs are both 4K-capable and each can be adjusted separately.
Bundled Battery & Dual Charger Bundled with the EVA1 is the AG-VBR59 battery (7.28V 5900mAh/43Wh), which should give you approximately 1 hour 30 min of continuous operating time and a charge time (with bundled dual battery charger) of approximately 3 hour 20 min. With the optional AG-VBR118 (7.28V 11800mAh/86Wh) battery, you will have approximately 3 hour 5 min of continuous operating time and a charge time of approximately 4 hour 40 min.
Atomos Shogun Inferno Overview
The Atomos Shogun Inferno is a 7", 1920 x 1200 on-camera recording monitor that combines 4K recording with a 10-bit FRC panel that supports native display of HDR (log) footage as well as high-brightness viewing of Rec. 709 footage. It utilizes 4K HDMI and 12G-SDI inputs to support clean output signals at resolutions up to UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 60 fps, recording it to 2.5" SSDs using 10-bit, 4:2:2 Apple ProRes, and Avid DNxHR codecs. The Inferno, unlike the similar Shogun Flame, supports Quad 3G-SDI input. It even supports DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) raw video streams over SDI from select Sony and Canon cameras, encoding it as ProRes/DNxHR files.
The monitor features 10-bit FRC processing and AtomHDR display technology support a 10-stop brightness range, allowing you to more accurately monitor your log gamma footage without having to view flat, washed-out looking images or use a LUT to compress the dynamic range and color space. The monitor offers built-in presets to accurately translate popular log formats from Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVC cameras. The settings only affect viewing, with recorded video remained unaltered.
In addition to HDR monitoring, the monitor also offers a High Bright mode for traditional Rec. 709 monitoring. This mode takes advantage of the full 1500 cd/m² brightness to allow for more confident monitoring in bright outdoor environments, even without a sun hood. In HDR mode, use of an optional snap-on sun hood is required, as displaying a wider brightness range reduces the overall brightness of the monitor.
Built to withstand the rigors of production, the Shogun Inferno features built-in protective armor that features silicone-covered corners and chamfered edges. Compared to the original Shogun, the Inferno now features dual Sony L-series battery plates that support battery hot swapping, enabling longer runtimes. For audio recording, the monitor supports balanced XLR inputs with +48V phantom power via an included audio breakout cable. Additional features included genlock/LTC input, SDI/HDMI cross conversion, and a variety of on-screen exposure analysis, framing, and focus assist tools.
1920 x 1200 resolution
10-bit FRC monitoring processing
1500 cd/m² brightness
AtomHDR technology displays 10 stops of dynamic range to natively display HDR (log) footage
Presets for viewing log gamma curves from Sony, Canon, Panasonic, ARRI, RED, and JVC cameras
High Bright mode for Rec. 709 viewing
Supports custom 3D LUTs (.cube format)
Anamorphic de-squeeze: 2x, 1.5x, 1.33x, Panasonic 8:3
UHD 4K downscale for HD monitoring
4K HDMI and 12G-SDI inputs/outputs
Four 3G-SDI inputs (or single 12G-SDI)
SDI/HDMI cross conversion
Audio breakout cable for XLR audio input
UHD 4K recording at 24/25/30/50/60 fps in ProRes or DNxHR
1080p recording up to 240 fps
10-bit 4:2:2 ProRes and DNxHR recording to SSD/HDD media
4K raw to ProRes/DNxHR recording over SDI from Sony FS700, Sony FS7, Canon C300 Mark II, and Canon C500
ProRes Raw and ProRes Raw HQ
Record up to 5.7p30, 4Kp60, HDp240
Pre-roll record (HD 8 seconds, 4K 2 seconds)
Custom time-lapse mode
Ten metadata fields
Dual Sony L-series battery slots support hot swapping for continuous power
Built-in armor with silicone-covered corners
Audio level meters and mic level adjustment